Newton >Oak Hill Pizza
A touch of gourmet in their pizzas. Quick delivery..
I'm into balance and blend of flavors in my food. If I put an ingredient in my recipe, it's because it contributes something whether subtle or robust. I love to buy TJ's herbed pizza dough (since I don't know how to make dough) and make my own pizzas at home. I don't like D'mo's pizzas... sauces is to acidic, dough is lacking flavor. I prefer the deep dish chicago style pizzas. I like the fresh chopped/diced tomato sauce. The pastry dough is good too. Hopefully, this help you get an idea what my taste buds like.
Now... My review! Nice dough for flat pizzas (not deep dish, not thin crust). Not super creative dough, but has flavor and never burnt. Great balance of sauce to toppings. I don't like it when pizzas are overloaded with tomato sauce. Interferes with the balance of flavors. You can ask for extra sauce if you prefer more sauce. Just the same, they're not too crazy with the cheese neither. You can ask for lots of cheese if that's your thing. Creative pizzas along side pizza staples. From Buffalo Chicken, Pesto Chicken, to Vegetarian to Hawaiian to Mediterranean. And a great list of toppings for the less the usual pizza lover. In general, I like the selection of toppings so I can make my own pizzas. Like artichoke, mushrooms, black olives, sausage, tomato slices, roasted red peppers, fresh basil and pesto sauce. But I've tried many of their listed pizzas just as well. Never been disappointed.
As for appetizers, I've only tried Curly Fries (very addictive), Terikaki Tips (good) and Calamari (not as good as Legal Sea Food... no surprise!) Caesar Salad is good enough.
Always great service. Quick delivery. Always nice. Good price.
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