Originally Posted by Innersoul1
Has anyone had pizza at Famoso? I have heard a number of people talking about it. Didn't
Realize they are a chain as there is one opening in Victoria.
It's not bad, as Neapolitan-style goes. Nothing spectacular, but it's a tasty and satisfying pizza, and definitely worth a visit if you like that style. Compared to some other thin crust joints, at least in my opinion: better than Pulcinella (topping quality may be a bit inferior, but no mushy crusts), not as good as Una, miles ahead of Double Zero. They bake in a wood-fired oven with a rotating clay turntable, which lets them crank out pizzas a bit faster as well.
I've tried take out a few times, as I only live a few blocks away, but it invariably gets cold by the time I get it home.