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2001 Flavors Plus Potatoes

595 W Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6B1V5
Tel: (604) 689-8847
Neighbourhood: Central

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Decent pizza.
By teddyandturtle of Vancouver - Kingsway (84 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 25, 2010 - 2:57am [Dine in]

Another pizza joint, often frequented by students in the area. The slices are big, very filling. Like the crust, but I think the pizza sauce is a bit watery the last time I had it. The toppings are great, they don't overdo it and it looks fresh. Service is pretty quick.

Good place to just grab a quick bite while on the go to class or work.

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Solid food for 1.25$
By diningdandy of downtown vancouver (56 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, November 21, 2009 - 10:55pm [Dine in]

This is the best value in the area. All the neighboring pizza places only cost 1$ or so but they're never half as busy as this place. This place has amazing selection. Some good some so so, either way its the best 1$ pizza place in the area. The values good. The taste is solid.. the ambiance is just plain ugly but at least it has some room to sit in when its raining. Worth a try if your in the area and broke. Its good for what it is! Oh and the all time favorite flavor in this place seems to be garlic. It sells out fast so get in line and try to get it or risk waiting around for the next one in 15-20 minutes.

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One of the Better Ghetto Slices in Town
By sushiman989 of East Vancouver (36 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, May 5, 2010 - 5:30pm [Dine in]

Vancouver is awash in cheap pizza and most of it is fairly mediocre. The only standouts I can think of are 4 Brothers, Uncle Fatih's and... 2001 Flavors. This is probably the best purveyor of cheap slices in the downtown core. Lots of cheese and sauce and a pretty good selection of slices ready to go. The crust is pretty light and puffed up and the golden tinge to the cheese suggests they have their ovens turned to just the right temperature. It's oily goodness most of the time. It's an OK place to sit in if you don't mind staring out at the homeless guy by the bus stop but what do you expect from a $1.50-a-slice joint? Most of the staff are pretty friendly so no complaints. It's better than the other places in the same stretch of Pender and I make a point of stopping by whenever I'm heading to Waterfront. Solid!

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By pandap of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, November 13, 2011 - 3:38pm [Dine in]

This is the best value in the area. All the neighboring pizza places only cost 1$ or so but they're never half as busy as this place. This place has amazing selection. Some good some so so, either way its the best 1$ pizza place in the area. The values good. The taste is solid.. the ambiance is just plain ugly but at least it has some room to sit in when its raining. Worth a try if your in the area and broke. Its good for what it is! Oh and the all time favorite flavor in this place seems to be garlic. It sells out fast so get in line and try to get it or risk waiting around for the next one in 15-20 minutes.

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Pizza sauce or weaksauce?
By CoreyJanson of Vancouver (Commercial Drive) (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, July 23, 2010 - 6:29pm [Dine in]

Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
What was once one of the best pizza joints in the city, 2001 Flavors has lost its luster and now stands amongst the two-dozen or so other mediocre pizza places in the city.

As recently as a month ago, I stopped in at 2001 Flavors for a quick slice on my lunch break. Even then, the service was fast, the slice turnaround great, the pizza delicious and filling and the pricing reasonable.

My first day back to work from an extended vacation and I find that 2001 Flavors has lost nearly everything they once had going for them.
The once gigantic and reasonably pizza slices that they once offered have been removed- replaced by dry, nearly tasteless slices with razor-thin crust. What were once gigantic slices are now a little over half of the size the slices I ate a month ago- for $0.25 more!

Now, I get that the HST is making food prices higher- But what I don't get is how that should effect the actual pizza that is served.
What was once a decently sized and tasty $1.50 slice is now bland, small and otherwise unremarkable.

Additionally, the service there stinks! The employees working for 2001 Flavors a month ago were warm and kind. The ones I dealt with today were complete nitwits with a grasp of the English language as thin as their crust.

For your dime and for your time, your best bet is going next door to FM Classic Pizza. Their slices are better priced, WAY bigger, the staff is friendlier and they offer your 10th slice free!

I'll keep my eye on 2001 Flavors every time I stop in to FM Classic Pizza in hopes of improvement, but unless things change drastically, 2001 Flavors will do without my business from here on out. I'd recommend you skip them too.

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GOOD Pizza-By-The-Slice In DT Vanc
By dai_lo of Yaletown, Vancouver (26 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, April 22, 2010 - 6:41am [Dine in]

Hey, is this place an authentic, wood-fired pizza restaurant? NO - what they are is a great lil' pizza-by-the-slice joint that makes a pretty flavorrable slice. There are many competitors in close proximity - but this place is the best
Especially LIKE their specialty slices like Ham/Swiss/Tomato. I normally go with one pepperoni and one specialty slice.
Try it - you'll B satisfied

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