Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Asheboro, North Carolina, United States. Asheboro is a city in and the county seat of Randolph County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 25,012 at the 2010 census. It is the home of the state-owned North Carolina Zoo.
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It's ok, good for the price I guess. Tasted like a cheap pizza to me, like something you would buy frozen and cook at home yourself. It's good if you want something fast and cheap, but there are much better pizza options around,
Used a coupon for pizza also ordered one of their large chocolate cookies, clerk went out of his way to make sure I was well taken care. Great pizza, great cookie and super service.
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They are a lot better than they used to be, but it's still delivery pizza nothing special about it. Pretty good prices and they always seem to be running specials or have coupons available.
Lunch here was a study in fast food mediocrity. Virtually everything except the Cole slaw was from the freezer. The flounder was symmetrical and thickly breaded, the fries too perfect. The hushpuppies were mass produced. Tje pizza was just sad. The interior of the place is cold and sterile.I can find no reason to ever return.
Stopped in for Sunday lunch. I had the buffet, my friend ordered from the menu. The place was very busy, obviously many folks are regulars. They seemed to be understaffed, only two servers. For some time, there was almost nothing on the buffet. When they would finally bring something out, everyone would descend at once! They ran out of plates for awhile. People were getting pizza on napkins or going back with their dirty plate. There was finally one dessert pizza- the only one while we were there. The food is just ok. Some choices were plain ziti with a few onion and tomato pieces in it, a small bowl of tomato sauce for dipping some cheese filled rolls, rice with chicken and broccoli, sautÃ©ed squash and onions, and assorted pizzas, which had consistently undercooked crust. No lasagne or pasta in sauce was offered. There was not enough sauce in the little bowl to use it on the plain ziti. The salad bar was ok. Sliced mushrooms were dirty, shredded iceberg lettuce was the only type of greens offered; only two dressing choices on the bar. My friend's salad from the menu was fine, and they had other dressings available besides what was on the buffet. You had to ask. Meat sauce for the spaghetti was very tart, almost sour, and not very well seasoned. All in all, a pretty poor meal.
My husband and I stopped in here for lunch on our way home. It had been awhile since we ate here so we thought we would give it a try. We both got the steak and cheese sub and sweet tea. The sub rolls tasted fresh and the tea was good which is a MUST in the south! The lady that took our order was very friendly. We will be back for sure!
4 based on 33 reviews
This would have been a fully 5 stars but they do not sell any alcohol. A glass of wine would have been nice with an italian dinner. However, I do respect the owners decision.We were the first ones there for dinner so we had the place to ourselves for a little while but it did fill up fast. Our server was great. I had the lasagna which was very good and my husband had the chicken parm. I tasted his and the chicken was very tended and tasty. Their garlic bread was amazing and we ended up asking for more which was no problem for them. I also like that they still served iceberg lettuce salads. It's getting harder to find those with so many places switching to mixed greens which we don't like (I call them a weed-eater salad).
4 based on 69 reviews
This is a good place to eat with family and friends. The food is good but nothing special. We had pizza, wings and a sub sandwich. Pizza was okay. Wings were good but they are the same wings you can get anywhere. Sub sandwich was fine but nothing special. Sir Pizza is just a catalog restaurant.... same ol same ol. I don't see anything original here. Again, good place to eat, just don't be afraid to be underwhelmed.
4 based on 172 reviews
Went with friends on a Sunday afternoon before the Summer Concert Series. The menu was filled with great sounding food. We all ordered different things and traded food. We each had plenty of food and leftovers to enjoy later. Pleasant atmosphere, plenty of tvs to watch sports.
4 based on 85 reviews
One of the things that make these pizzas very good is fresh ingredients and they donât skimp on them. Plenty of cheese too. Note ...look at the menu not just the menu board. They donât list some of their best items on the board. No idea why they make you walk up and order vs go to your table and a waitress take your order. Because once you do order and sit down they have a waitress take care of you...makes it confusing how to tip because you have already paid. One negative the moldings on the walls around the booths need a good cleaning.
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