Boston Pizza offers a casual dining atmosphere with over 100 menu items including a selection of pizzas, pastas and a wide variety of appetizers, meal-sized salads, entrees and desserts. The restaurant also has plenty of big screen TVs to catch the big game.
I come here on Monday's sometimes because their double order of wings are $6 off. I really like their boneless wings (Actually all the wings) and I have had a fish burger once and that was good, but don't like anything else on their menu. I don't like their pizza, I don't like their pasta and I certainly don't like their beef burgers.
I usually come with a friend of mine, and I won't order anything but the wings and fries.....He will get a beer and some pasta dish....He likes it.
But the wings that I order are really really good and filling....and I love the sauces that I am able to get with it. would give it a 4, but have eaten other foods here too, so down graded to a 3.
Service is always sensational at Boston Pizza. Probably the only reason why I even returned to a Boston Pizza after eating other stuff on their menu that was crappy. Glad I tried their wings though.....That's good
Alright so the girlfriend and I came to this location the very next evening after enjoying the pizza at the Ackroyd location.
I also heard great things about the nachos so we ordered that along with a small Spicy Perogy Pizza again (unfortunately I guess I wasn't finished enjoying it from the previous night).
The server seemed awkward during our meal service. Usually service and kitchen speed is slow at this location however this time it was fairly quick.
Our nachos came first. The menu mentions they use their own in-house made tortilla chips. They were thinner and slightly crisper than typcical nacho platters. The toppings look stingy at first but seems the perfect balance for even distribution while preventing the chips from going lumpy from a too generous amount of toppings. I won't lie I would've like more toppings on it. Enjoyable otherwise.
Our pizza came to the table hot. Crispy crust with the right thickness with a good helping of toppings. Our server forgot to bring the Parmesan and Chili Flakes Shakers which I didn't even notice until we were finished. Good just like the last time.
I had the Spicy Italian Penne the last time I came here and it was forgettable. I think I'll come to BP exclusively for their pizza and nachos though.
I used to go to BP at metrotown and once in a richmond location. For the price of the pizzas and menu items, it was alright.
had a simple cheese pizza, it skimped out on the cheese, barely any sauce. bland and disgusting. it was 21$ for a large. uncle fatih's kicks its ass so much. $1.50 is the equivalent of 2 slices and probably the cheese was probably that of half the pizza! $3 for a coke (refillable) is still overpriced
I'm sure the $15 lasagnas are not worth it. even at marcellos on commercial, the dishes are around $15 and it's ten times better than BP
Good pizza. comparable to other places, but large is only 15 inch for $28.99. three times the price of many other places, with a smaller pizza. Eat the pizza here if you dont care about the cost. A large pizza should be 16inch or bigger. This goes for all boston pizzas
I think that Boston Pizza is a great place to take your kids. It has a healthy menu full of lots of choices and I love eating there. The service can be good but also not great at times. When its your birthday they make the whole entire restaurant know. They also sing a wonderful song. The food is great there are tons of new pizzas that are delicous!!!!!!!
Stopped by the Broadway BP a couple of weeks ago. We were promptly seated, drinks ordered which arrived quickly. Waitress was good, knew her specials, and delivered the beer quickly. We ordered a large BP special. Pizza arrived quickly, but it had an odd, sort of burned flavor. The vegetable toppings were slightly singed. Pizza crust was quite dry, not enough oil inthe dough, me thinks. I specifically ordered this pizza to see how it would compare with the Panago classic, which has the exact set of toppings. I will stick with Panago.
The food here was as we expected but the service was great. The food was a bit pricey.
Overall if you're expecting gourmet pizza or pasta and you come here and complain, I suggest you go somewhere else.
Good place to watch the game and the staff were amazingly friendly.
Boston Pizza is obviously a big chain across the land but this was my first and last time. Their food was baaaddd and their salad was wooorse. There is little quality in either. I think they are targettig the very low end. I admit that my waitress looked kinda sexy cute but the food was bad and their not true to theri advertising. First they had those ads saying they are an adult sports bar but there were so many kids running around it was impossible to imagine how that can be. The new ads are trying to be Ferris Bueller which is stange because there was a Chuck E Cheese atmosphere on the go. My recommendation is for this restaurant chain to improve the food, keep the girls and understand heart attacks are out, healthy delicious food is in.
Went for lunch on a Thursday.
The BP interior was typical, what you would expect from any other BP.
The wait staff was attentive and polite.
The food needs work though. I had the wings and Jack Daniels ribber.
While both dishes did arrive promptly they certainly not anything to write home about. For $16.00 I expected more ribs. I also ordered the apple crisp. It was really bad. The dessert was harshly undercooked.
Like the other review I would rather have the same dish from either the Keg or Earls.
Its not what it used too be. We walked up on a rainy night and understandably since there Canucks game the ambiance was kind of ruined. My husband enjoyed it but I felt the sound of the game was not needed but having on the tv's is fine. My $20 Lasagne was a lunch size portion, the salad (extra $) was watery and overall i was left unfulfilled. The keg is better bang for the buck. The waitress was friendly which helped but overall yuck !