Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Orrville. Orrville is a city in Wayne County, Ohio, United States. It is about 20 miles southwest of Akron. The population was 8,380 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 9 reviews
Baja West Coast Kitchen brings west-coast California attitude to Orrville, OH. This fast and casual restaurant is full of Northeast Ohio's best fish tacos, rice bowls, salads and signature brick-oven pizzas. Funky, laid-back and bold, Baja West Coast Kitc
From the minute you enter this bright and cheery establishment with a warm open vibe you know you have left Ohio behind for a while. Menu boards are at eye level on the walls as you approach the counter to order which is a mixed blessing for people with trifocals or when there isn't a crowd because it takes some time to read all the selections on your first visit and not be in someone's way. Luckily they have a well written, clear font, typed paper menu you can grab if the wall isn't your thing and there are menu boards posted above the ordering counter as well with friendly staff there to help you through it. What I liked was that you could buy 1 taco at a time and choose from different varieties so you can have a nice sampler of your choice to fit your appetite, individual sized wood fired pizzas (7" or halfsie), rice bowls and they had a paleo bowl special when we visited. Many offerings on the menu fit today's quest for clean eating including quinoa, paleo choices like lettuce wraps for tacos, and kale salad. Only major drawback on menu choices for me was Pepsi products on the fountain - but that is battle we have to fight one diet soda at a time. We ordered Cabo-style fish taco, Cantina-style Fried Avocado taco and paleo bowl with chicken and beef plus guacamole topping and bill came to $17.34. The tacos looked loaded, my husband needed a fork to eat some of the toppings before trying to lift and put in his mouth, the paleo bowl was enough for 2. What we really loved about the food was the light refreshing tastes - nothing over powering, we didn't feel uncomfortable bloat at the end with fire breath. Some items could use a little more seasoning but they offered salt, pepper and hot sauce you could add yourself. Personally, I enjoyed the clean taste of each item and they blended well together in my bowl. I really enjoyed the slaw - little bit of spice, just enough acidity, very refreshing and I could have eaten a bowl of it. Sadly we don't get to Orville enough, looking forward to my next visit because I really want one of those fish tacos my husband wouldn't share because it was so good.We visited on a Monday lunch and there was a very good mix of customers between young, old, business, casual, friends meeting up, etc.
Orrville has several pizza options, and all of them are pretty much average. If you order a pizza here, I would recommend paying extra for fresh mozarella cheese which gives a better flavor to the pizza and is not so "stringy" when serving it.
Was in the area for a few days and pizza sounded good to everyone so we tried this place out. We got a square pepperoni/meatball pizza, some breadsticks, and brownie bites and loved all of them! I thank the young girl that took my order for talking me through my choices as she was very helpful. Thanks for the great meal (actually two meals as it all warmed up well a few days later)!
Got here 20 minutes before the buffet was over. Tried to eat the buffet and it was disgusting, nothing on there salads or pizza were good at all!!! Waitress copped an attitude and we just ordered a pizza!!! Took a while to get refills on the second round of drinks!!! Only left a dollar tip!!! Checking out was a problem also!!! I hate to give this review because I love Pizza Hut, but it is what it is!!!!
We got takeout from here. Pizza was too saucy and had onions in it. Ewww. We werenât fans, but that was nothing compared to the breadsticks. They apparently forgot to cook themâseriously, it was dough in a pizza boxâand we had no way to cook it because we were staying at a hotel. The only redeeming factor was the chicken wings. Two thumbs down.
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