Fresh Slice offers fresh, made to order pizza for take out and delivery as well as in-store pizza by the slice.
As sad as I am to see the prior 2 Mexican eateries at this site go, I'm glad there's a dollar-slice pizza place in its place. It's nice to have a grab and go place while doing some grocery shopping nearby.
The prize on their ads for a "low fat and healthy choice", but really, how healthy can pizza be?
But I do have to say, the pizzas are tasty, and I love how you can choose any flavor combination to make up an 8-slice full pizza.
Mrs. C and I were craving some pizza and we decided to check this place out based on the strong review below. Plus we had a coupon. The restaurant was nice and new, it looked clean, and there was seating for those who were so inclined. We did takeout, and the counter staff seemed friendly enough. As an added bonus the pizza was ready in 10 minutes. We had the Super-Hawaiian pizza, and it was a great deal for eleven and a half bucks for the extra-large. They call it an extra large, but I noted the menu lists the pizza sizes as small, medium and extra-large. If you want just large, then too bad :).
The pizza had big chunks of ham and pineapple, and two kinds of cheese on top. It tasted fine and all seemed well until a few hours after dinner. My beloved pie-eating companion awoke in the middle of the night and complained of intense thirst. I was also experiencing a Lawrence of Arabia moment by way of the salty desert on my tongue. Between extra-large mugs of water we speculated on whether or not they put MSG in the pizza. The pizza box declares the contents to be "Fresh! Healthy! Low Fat!" I must respectfully disagree with the claim that this is health food.
Sure it may be low fat, but low sodium? I think not.
From now on I will get my pizza pies elsewhere.
Ok so on April 22 2010 me and couple buddys of mines went to freshslice pizza on hastings and gilmore in burnaby b.c. I found this place very neat and tidy. The customer service was excllent very friendly staff. The pizza was fresh as usual they stand behind their name freshslice. I remeber going to freshslice pizza 3 months back I found their dough to be different and the slices not too bad but I compared freshslice pizza with other pizza places like megabites,uncle faiths and I found freshslice pizza better than these 2 places that I mentioned. Freshslice has always been using low fat cheese and low fat dough thats why I LOVE going to freshslice pizza but as i said eariler back on April 22 2010 they had improved than before there dough tasted way more better than before I did not find too much oil in their pizzas. But out 10 I would give freshslice a 10 out of 10 the reason I gave that is because they have OUTSTANDING customer service and very neat and well organized. I would highly recommend anyone to go freshslice pizza and try it out!
For Fastfood pizza slice I don’t think you can do much better than this place outside of downtown Vancouver.
Not sure about healthy pizza claims but I assume there are some pizzas that are healthier than others.
I tried a chicken with some pesto on it and it was DELICIOUS.
Crust was good. I had the larger size. I see their ads say that their 16 inch pizza is 33% more pizza than others 14 inch pizza.
At a buck and half a slice it’s worth it.
I have tried Fresh Slice in Burnaby (Hastings St) a couple of times now. I live in the area, and decided to try it out. Honestly, for pizza it's not good at all. It's pretty tasteless, and the slices are small. The crust has no flavor, as well as the toppings. But, since I feel that I know my pizza, it's the crust that's the most important in a pizza. You definately get what you pay for here. There are better places in the neighborhood, for only a few pennies more, and believe me, it's worth the extra money to go elsewhere. Franchise pizza places are never any good. They are strictly a business, and don't care about quality.
The inside is alright. It's bright (too bright), with only a handful of seats. They expect everyone to take the pizza out, i suppose. Parking is a pain, so it's best if you're walking by. All in all, again, I would rather eat pizza someplace else.