For over 30 years we’ve been creating raving fans with our signature thin crust which is layered and pressed over 100 times by our custom-made dough rollers. We make and prime our dough right here. Fresh. Every day. These are the folks who valiantly fend off the 2 for 1's and the conveyor oven pizzerias of BC and keep Me-n-Ed's pizza a dish that is meant to be savoured, not gobbled. These people are the owners and there is always at least one at every location.
My fiance and I quite enjoyed our first Me-N-Ed's experience. The menu offers creative and unique ingredient combinations, a variety of sauces and types of crusts. Lot's of options for a vegetarian....which is always great. We ordered the "Ed Bread" to start which was quite good, could have been warmer, but otherwise well prepared (especially for the garlic lover!) We tried "The Soprano" without the capicollo (we and added marinated artichoke hearts instead.) The Light crispy garlic, herb crust, fresh bocconcini cheese, julienned basil and sweet roma tomatos, were really very tasty, the pizza was not smothered with an excessive amount of cheese, keeping it light and fresh. Being a family restaurant the atmosphere was a little loud for our taste, we would however definitely try Me-N-Eds again for take out or delivery.
My wife and I always wanted to try out the Me-N-Eds Pizzeria in Burnaby but never got a chance. We finally got our opportunity when a location finally opened near our home in Langley.
The service was solid. Our food came pretty quickly, since there were less than 5 customers in the restaurant. Ambience was warm and easy to the eyes. A nice look that caters to old style pizzerias. Lots of browns and dark reds to complement the wooden layout.
Food quality was above normal. Our pizza was thin crust with a nice crispy texture. Our nachos were OK but they skimped on the toppings and cheese. Overall, a decent quality meal but lacking a WOW factor that would guarantee a 2nd visit. We'll probably go back if there's nothing else open. But for now, we're more than happy to try other restaurant in the area.
Me and Ed's pizza as soon as I walked in struck me as a sports bar. Tvs, loud music - it struck me in a way I didnt like, I found it distracting and annoying.
The restuarant wasn't very full, yet it took the few waitresses working at the time quite awhile to seat us.
The service is so-so, soetimes being great and sometimes terrible. This time it wasn't too bad.
The bottomless pop is a good deal, but that's about it. and though the pizza is good it's not the best ive ever had (that goes to Uncle Faith's accross from the Rio on commercial drive) but as for langley, even papa johns is better I woould say.
The crust is thin-crust, but is a tad dry and lacks flavour, the only real advantage is the wide variety of toppings available.
But, that advantage is quickly quashed when you see that though Me and Eds isnt the best pizza in langley, it certainly is the most expensive. Clocking me in at nearly $27 for one pizza. Ridiculous.
Last night our family went to Me-N-Ed's pizza as my daughter received a coupon for a free pizza on her birthday. What a great experience and the pizza was excellent. They took her in the kitchen and she was able to make her own pizza! At first she wasn't going to, but then she did and was she ever excited. Our pizza was a half and half..can't remember the names...but excellent. Fresh ingredients, the crust was perfect and I would say it was one of the best pizza's I have had in a very long time. The service was good as well. The pizza price is a bit more than other pizza joints, but well wroth the extra money. We will definately be going back!
Went there for lunch with a friend who was on her lunch break from work. We were seated in a timely manner, but from there it all went downhill!!! The drink order took forever and the food took even longer. In a hurry to get back to work (within an hour) we assumed a quick pizza lunch would be a good choice...not at this location.
The restaurant was mostly empty (not a busy lunch) but only appeared to be one server on and she was nowhere to be found.
When the food finally came, the pizza was soggy and wasn't hot!
Awful food, awful service...I'll never return.
So we ordered from these guys having just moved to Langley.
We must have been spoiled by awesome pizza at Round House pizza in Burnaby because when we got this and wow. It was awful.
They take this thin crust, frozen prior, you can tell. Then they empty an entire can of pineapples on it probably water and all. Then they slap on about 5 bucks worth of ham. They put so much crap on the pizza, cheap ham, and pineapples that the crust didn't even cook. Burnt on the bottom, and not cooked for the 50% below the toppings.
Oh I forgot about the most important part of the pizza....for most of us anyways. No wait all of us. ON THE PLANET! Cheese, where the hell is the cheese? We looked couldn't find it anywhere. I realize that in this day and age places are trying to save a buck, but putting 1 dollar in cheese across two pizzas, then charging someone 50 dollars?
Come on. Do not order here.
I can't imagine how many people they have ripped off in Langley already. We got suckered, won't happen again. Guess we will have to watch the reviews.
I went here with my girlfriend after striking finding the two Mexican places. We had passed by the place and saw a large group of elementary aged kids going in for what looked like a party.
The place is really big and had large tv's playing sports highlights almost like a sports bar. There was muic playing the hits from the 80's and 90's. The restaurant did not make a good first impression on me as the sign said wait to be seated. We waited...you know the feeling when staff see you, but don't acknowledge you or help you...*tick tick tick*. I actually was to the point where I was doing my countdown to walking out. A girl finally ushered us into a booth. Not sure why nobody else was capable of doing that.
When we got seated the service was pretty good. Bottomless pop for $2.35 pretty sweet. I got the Me & Ed's combo which seemed to have the most stuff on it. We were not disappointed. I know a little bit about pizza so it is hard to make it perfect. The toppings were of average qualit but there were not stingy. The pizza was well put together. The crust is a thin crust. Crunchy on the outside and softer in the middle. I found this to be a nice change as most places seem to think more bread and a thick crust is better. If I were looking to complain or improve I would have to say that the crust could be better. My opinion is that either the crust is put in the oven when it is cold or the dough has not had enough time for the yeasts to fully blend. The short version is that the crust is a bit bland and does not have a full enough bready flavour like it could. Pretty minor issue actually but it could improved. We watched WEC with the music and was a nice night. Would do it again.
Best pizza to date is Burtolucci Pizza in White Rock. Try the blazing asiago...cilantro in the sauce...amazing.
My husband is from California and before trying Me-N-Eds, was completely loyal to his favorite pizza chain - Dominos. I have had him try many different pizzas here in Canada but couldn't find anything that he liked as much.
Since we tried Me-N-Ed's pizza I don't think he even remembers who the other guys are. The crust is awesome, nice and light, flaky and thin without being a hard crunchy cracker crust. Our standard favorite is now the Me-N-Ed's Combo, minus pineapple and add shrimp. The wings are good too!