I don't think they even serve food....
A hi-fi brochure comes to my apartment building, and then night I decide I want some pizza. I call them up and place my order. 1 hour and 15 minutes later I call them... where's my order I say? It's coming, they respond. 20 minutes later I call. Where's my order I say? It's coming they respond. 20 minutes later I call. Where's my order I say? It's coming they say. I ask, "can you call the delivery man to verify?" Sure - wait a minute. "Sorry sir, we don't have an order from you."
I through their menu away at this point, but last night I called to place a desperate order, 25 minutes before they closed (right before 3). Did Hi Fi redeem themselves? Of course not. Their delivery guy was gone.
Central Square's longtime favorite corner store peddles thin and crispy pizza to local hipsters and academics alike.. The Scene With two entrances and two separate counters for ordering, one's first impression of Hi-Fi is a bit confusing, even to MIT brainiacs stopping in for a cheap lunch. Locals know that pizza and calzone orders are taken at the right-hand counter, appetizers and subs on the left. The two bricked-in dining rooms are adorned with odd vineyard-like scenes, and boast seating reminiscent of your neighborhood Denny's. Proximity to Central Square's hot nightspots guarantees an eclectic crowd.
The Food Hi-Fi's no-nonsense approach to pizza apparently works, having satisfied Cantabridgians for more than 40 years. Oversized calzones are made to order, as are burgers and subs. Cheesesteaks are popular, especially when piled with mushrooms, green peppers and onions. But plain old pizza is what Hi-Fi does best. Bypass the pasta offerings (ravioli, rigatoni) and greasy appetizer selections (onion rings, cheese sticks) in favor of a regular slice.