Reviews on Pizza food in Queens Village, New York, United States. Queens Village is a mostly residential middle class neighborhood in the eastern part of the New York City borough of Queens. The Queens Village Post Office serves the ZIP codes of 11427 (Hollis Hills and Bellaire), 11428 (central Queens Village), and 11429 (Southern Queens Village below the Long Island Railroad Tracks). The neighborhood is part of Queens Community Board 13.
Things to do in Queens Village
4 based on 14 reviews
I have reviewed Villa Rustica in the past. Previously I have just had their wonderful pizza and hero sandwiches as take out items. This time, I ate in their dining room and had a fabulous dinner.The restaurant is comfortable and staff super friendly, efficient and professional. The seating is comfortable. They serve beer and wine.For dinner I had Veal Alla Valdostana which is veal stuffed with fontina, proscuitto, and mushrooms topped with marsala sauce. It was wonderful and the serving size was something to write home about. It was accompanied by a large bowl of spaghetti which was about the meal sized servings in many other restaurants.If you want a memorable meal, in a super friendly, well run neighborhood restaurant Villa Rustica is a must. I really love this place!
Ultimate Pizza and Baked Heroes in New York. We have taken Italian cuisine to a new level Yummy. Our Pizza crust is crunchy and buttery. Our Baked Heroes are huge, and Stuffed & Baked with everything delicious.
I went to a New Pizzeria opening in New York. As a fat guy, I have eaten my fair share of pizzas from Italy to Los Angeles. I have eaten my share of deep dish pizza in Chicago. But let me tell you this, Wild Basil Pizza is the best Pizza hands down. Why???? It is the crust. OMG. It is not only tasty, it is actually crispy. Typical NY slice is limp like a wet noodle, this slice holds its place.Then we move to the Mozzarella Cheese, it is delicious and not greasy. I didn't need to worry about grease splashing on my shirt as I ate it. Then the Toppings. I had 2 pizza's the first was called Marsala Chicken. It is insane. It taste like a fine chicken and mushroom gravy, with chucks of chicken and mushrooms on top of the pizza. OMG, it smelled and tasted so good that I wanted to kiss the Chef.Well my wife insisted on getting something healthy. She got an Antipasto and a Whole Pizza pie called the Wild California. This Wild California has Goat Cheese, Prosciutto, topped with Arugula and Avocados tossed in olive oil. My first reaction was that sounds insane. Salad on top of Pizza?I was wrong. The goat cheese was creamy the prosciutto was crispy, and who knew that Arugula and Avocados would taste so refreshing, creamy and delicious. If this is eating healthy, I may go on this diet every day.Then we got this Insanely large Antipasto salad, that we had to take with us. I had to eat all of the pizza and really had no room for the "salad". Why do you need a salad when you have Wild California Salad.Now this place has a beer and wine license that is pending, and I can't wait to return to have a beer with my new Love, the Wild California Pizza.This place has now ruined pizza for me. I don't know if I can eat pizza anywhere else again.Thank you for you kind words. We look forward in serving you again.
4 based on 26 reviews
We were in town for a wedding. I asked someone that worked at the hotel to suggest a place to eat. He highly recommended Brotherâs, so I went there with the kids. The pizza was awesome! It is very authentic Italian, homemade pizza. Thin, crispy crust. Very busy, as many people there told me that they drive quite a distance to specifically come here for their pizza. The owner and staff were very friendly. We had four slices, should have just ordered a whole pizza! We did end up getting a whole pizza right before leaving for the airport. $2.75 for a slice, $16 for a whole pizza. Highly recommend.
4 based on 37 reviews
Years ago, this was a terrific neighborhood pizza place; now its a great upscale Italian restaurant. Prices are in-line with fine dining in a casual Queens setting, but this place never disappoints. The food is consistently generously-portioned, high quality, and always tasty. The waitstaff are attentive, but not overly responsive (viva New York!) We keep going back--its really the best food on Union Turnpike, whether you're a St.John's college student or a longstanding neighborhood resident (as are we).
5 based on 36 reviews
If you've never had NYC pizza, I suggest you try this first. The pizza is thin crust and comes to you piping hot, super cheesy and salty!! (Perfect pizza combo in my humble opinion) The place is small and you have to stand at the counter to order, but they move quickly and get you in and out in about 5 minutes on most days. Definitely worth a try when you're in town!
We were staying in Queens in May 2008 on holiday from the UK. Big Johns was just a stone's throw away from our hotel, so I walked across and ordered two extra large pizzas to take back with me.Firstly, the pizzas were much larger than the ones we were used to in the UK. Secondly, they were much floppier which kind of felt better.The main difference was perhaps the toppings. I went for extra cheese, eggplant and spinach. The last two toppings are rarely heard of in UK pizza restaurants, so we were impressed just by the novelty value. But in terms of taste, the pizzas were cooked to perfection. Cost was approx. $60 for two x-large pizzas and a drink. I'm not sure if this place is still open but it was a very useful food stop for the locals.
Prima pizza passes the benchmark for what a NYC pizza should be; nice, thin crust with a good ratio of crust:sauce:cheese. It's a good pizza. You can't go wrong here. The Sicilian has a not as thick crust as the usual square slices, which I liked. It also had a very tasty, crispy bottom. While Prima is very good, it doesn't quite reach the level of NYC pizza immortality. The place IS very clean and the pizza man is very personable. The specialty pizzas in the showcase looked really good, too (all specialty pizzas are made on a "round Sicilian" crust.)
4 based on 271 reviews
There's nothing special about this place....just an average "red-sauce" Italian restaurant. The food is good but not memorable, the decor is typical "Mediterranean"....th service was very attentive...the manager/owner was extremely ;personable...the prices were fair and reasonable, the wine list extensive.
4 based on 50 reviews
Gabyâs Pizza, located in the Fran Hill Mall on Hillside Avenue and Francis Lewis Boulevard, is consistently ranked year after year among the Top 10 Pizzerias in New York. Gabyâs Pizza represented New York City on the Rachael Ray show to compete against Ch
Scammers! They advertise different prices on their website but then when you order, they increase the prices. Either update the website OR honor the price that is advertised. Thereâs plenty of other pizzeria with better customer service and people skills.
4 based on 165 reviews
We live in Las Vegas and it is hard to find New York style Italian food so when we visit we have Italian. We order things we can't get in Vegas like Baked claims which were delicious. The bread was fresh and wonderful. My husband and I both had veal francese and it did not disappoint. The only downside to this place was that it was SOOOO NOISY
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