Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Chalfont. Chalfont is a borough with home rule status in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 4,009 at the 2010 census. The borough is served by SEPTA Regional Rail's Lansdale/Doylestown Line at Chalfont station.
Things to do in Chalfont
This place makes the BEST pizza ever! They use the brick oven method, have the best sauce, with a perfect crustThey have a nice sized restaurant and while you are waiting for your food, they will bring you their delicious garlic rolls.People are always friendly & service is great!Making me hungry just thinking about this place!
4 based on 19 reviews
I ordered the food for my shop techs for going above and beyond last month with profit. We got 3 pies, 50 wings with 3 sauces, 16 zepps, and 4 orders of orongs and fries. Great deal and great food!
4 based on 151 reviews
Stopped by for lunch with a friend. Restaurant is very plain ans uninviting inside. No ambience, but pizza is good if you like thin crust. Varieties of pizza are placed on display along a counter and you pick and choose what you would like and pay. Your slices are reheated and you take to your table. The varieties would be considered gourmet and are very good. Non alcoholic beverages are available. And you can also order a specific whole pie of one variety which will be made to order. I had two issues. When you pay, the register displays a screen suggesting a 5%, 10% or 15% tip to be added to your total. I find that quite inappropriate since there is no table service. I stood in line, chose my own selection, waited at the counter while it was reheated and took my own food to my own table. So, they are requesting a tip for simply reheating my slices???? I believe the owner should be paying their salary, not me! Also, there is very poor ventilarion inside. The odor of the food permeated my clothing and hair so strongly in the hour I spent there, I literally had to come home take a shower and put my clothing in the wash. I paid over $12 for two slices of pizza and iced tea. Maybe a tad high.
4 based on 45 reviews
Been eating their sandwiches for years... the company I used to work for got sandwiches and pizza for meetings from this place all the time. The sandwich bread alone makes it worth it... very crusty with sesame seeds. I just updated the link to their website above... see the whole menu there.
3 based on 15 reviews
this pizzeria has decent Italian food in addition to good pizza. They have daily specials in addition to the normal menu. I have had good pasta and various types of chicken dishes. A nice place for Friday or even Saturday night without breaking the budget
A great neighborhood place with great cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks. Add the loaded fries with mozzarella, whiz, and topped with bacon and you have a meal. Very quick either eating in or taking out. Best of all they are always friendly and Luca a very nice guy to support.
4 based on 9 reviews
Nice bar room with waiter service, or pizza by slice, or takeout pizza next door.
4 based on 13 reviews
I enjoy this place for the variety of craft beer on draft, the food is another matter. My eggplant parmesan sandwich was bland and tasteless and my husband's eggplant stromboli contained tons of eggplant seeds. They have an adequate kid's menu and my son enjoyed the cheese ravioli. The place is small which is fine, but overly noisy, they definitely need some sound dampening. When there were about 10 people in the place, it sounded more like 40 or 50. Go for the beer, not the food or atmosphere.
4 based on 27 reviews
After years of getting great food here (see my previous review) my family and I have been consistently disappointed over the last year. Whether it is grossly undercooked pizzas or in one instance, calamari that looked as if it had been on someone else's plate, Pina's has gone downhill. We refuse to ever go back due to repeated disgusting food orders. Numerous other people from the Chalfont area have stopped going to Pina's for the same reason.I am sorry that happened!! I assure you we do not use food from other plates, the cook most likely overcooked the calamari. Ron, if you allow me, I will personally cook the calamari and pizza myself, the way it should be.
4 based on 36 reviews
This is the go-to place in our area for pizzas and cheesesteaks. The REAL cheesesteaks with sauce and onions, (the correct way to order a cheesesteak) other places in the country call "a Philadelphia cheesesteak", but it never is. Here it's just called a cheesesteak. Great pizza, they do eat in or take out, you can 1/2 the pizza with anything, lots of variety, easy in easy out ...as I said it's the local go to.
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