The Flying Wedge Pizza Co. is an anomaly in the pizza industry. Unique and unexpected tastes & toppings make the Flying Wedge the place to go for a great pizza.
Anytime we want to splurge on pizza instead of suffering with the bland, greasy, pedestrian pies from the cheap pizza chains, we order a couple pies from Flying Wedge for pickup. This time we got the "buy one large, get 50% off the second" deal. The Sicilian Express was a 3 pepperoni with mushrooms on a thin flax crust. Very tasty and the 3 types of pepperoni complimented each other nicely. To fool ourselves we were eating some healthy veggies, we also ordered a Tuscan Garden with artichokes, zucchini, tomatoes, olives and feta. It was good but paled against the Sicilian Express flavour-wise. Should have gone with their new Tres Belle. The two pies were $36, skipping the pop part of the deal, which isn't actually much more than some of the other pizza chains. Worth the quality I think.
A ways back I sampled some flying wedge pizza that somebody else ordered in for a party. I thought it was terrible actually. Tasted like dry cardboard.
I had walked by this location many times and thought I'd never try their pizza because I would see the prices and they were ridiculous. However, I noticed they did have an all you can eat dine in deal on Sundays for $10.95 including refillable pop so the wife and I recently gave it a shot.
Anyway, the pizza was better this time than my previous experience with it. Still not that great though. Tried about 5 varieties, most were just OK, and a couple were fairly gross. Pizza was still too dry, and just not that tasty. I am not saying it is cheaply made pizza, because in fact the ingredients and crust would look to be of higher quality than typical. That doesn't mean it tastes great - it doesn't. Pizza is more of an art than ingredients alone.
Service wasn't bad, except you have to keep going up and asking for a slice at a time, and then they have to reheat it, so it is a bit of a hassle. The guy was busy making a pizza at the time too so just told me to go behind the counter to refill my drink - no big deal but a bit weird.
Really it is the prices they charge for not so tasty pizza that is my biggest gripe. They are charging $5 a slice for some varieties of pizza. That works out to $40 for a large (8 slice) pizza by the slice. Granted the slices are pretty filling, I could only eat 4 of them. And yes, you can get cheaper ordering a whole pizza, but not by much. I can get a large pizza by the slice at Fresh Slice for $10. And Fresh Slice tastes WAY better to me. Each slice is not quite as filling but it is still WAY cheaper. So if it wasn't for the all you can eat that is only available dine-in with two small tables to eat at only on Sunday's this place would be a total waste. Even for all you can eat I would go to the pizza hut buffet which is again cheaper and tastier.
Will not return.
I was shopping at Park & Telford, and wanted Pizza and thought I would order 2 slices of Hamburger Pizza. I found the pizza to be dry, salty and not very warm which didn't bring out the taste. This would explain why I was thirsty, from their pizza.
It wasn't busy, found the tables had not been tidy up from previous customers. I find at this location, the pizza isn't as good as other locations, and only wish the pizza would have tasted better.
This is the "creme de la creme" for Pizza. It is a little overpriced.
We used to order the Bollywood (coconut, curried chicken). It was like a party in your mouth. Then I find out they stopped serving it. Nothing else has captivated us as much as the Bollywood. We have tried other pizzas from them but none compare to that one.