Goldies carefully crafts high quality artisan thin crust pizza in Vancouver. Come and enjoy our rustic and authentic recipes from Tuscany, Italy with your friends and guests! Goldies Pizza and Lounge is celebrating their fourth year opperating as the finest Artisan pizza establishment in Vancouver. Goldies is located at 605 West Pender Street downtown Vancouver, very close to Waterfront Skytrain Station. Goldies has a dine in restaurant area, a quick pizza by the slice service window, and a venue lounge area in the banquet lounge downstairs which can be rented for private parties. Goldies has a great staff of people working for it. We strive to provide friendly service to our customers, and delicious pizza!
Fantastic pizza! Available by the slice, or order a fresh whole pizza. For $3 plus change they serve you freshly warmed pizza by the slice on a real china plate. Fantastic, thin yet crisp crust that easily folds so you can get your pizza fix faster. Delicious fresh toppings, salty flavourful meats, just the right amount of greasy melted cheese. With pizza this good you have to grab a reasonably priced beer or wine. Only beef is that their wine selection is not that great, hopefully they will start to serve BC wine... and offer more than one choice of red and white! Highly recommended.
Around 4 or 5 o'clock I start to get hungry. There are a bunch of pizza places nearby, most of them the cheaper dollar pizza varieties. Goldies Pizza is a little more (a whopping $3 dollars per slice) but its well worth the extra dollar or so. They serve thin slice pizza with better quality ingredients out of a side window of the restaurant. I usually just get a single as its just a slice to hold me over until dinner. Goldies is definitely recommended when you are craving a snack and want a tasty slice of pizza at a reasonable price.
Terrible service. Rude. Threatening.
Last night, 3 of us went inside the shop. 2 girls in front of us got their slices of pizza and left.
We moved up to the counter. A few seconds later, one customer came to the window, and nobody else was inside other than the 3 of us.
Then we waited for 5 minutes.... the two chefs serving the pizzas totally ignored us, as if we didn't exist.
I politely asked what's going on. The older chef with glasses yelled at us.
He said get outside and wait behind the lineup (which now had about 4 people). Apparently, ordering from inside is for whole pizzas only, not single slices.
There's no signage anywhere that explains these rules. How are we supposed to know?
Why did they take 5 minutes to even acknowledge us? They had 2 people working. It wasn't crazy busy. Couldn't one of them have told us about this rule earlier? One of them could have served us.
I then told this guy that he should learn how to treat his customers better. He needs to understand that he's operating a business. If there's unspoken rules about how to get a pizza, then make it clear to the customers. Don't make them wait then punish them for being patient.
He told me that I was rude (dear god). And that we're banned from getting any pizzas from this place.
This is beginning to sound like a bad Seinfeld parody. But seriously. By then our appetite was gone and I didn't want to argue with him anymore.
Truly disappointing. We don't care how good their pizzas might be. We would never spend money at a place where the establishment treats its customers like dirt.
Ordered some thin-crust pizzas last Saturday night. Most of their pizzas are done with wholewheat dough. When I come during weekday lunch time, they have 5 or 6 types, but this last visit there were only 2, so I waited for another flavour. I ordered 2 slices of pepperoni, 3 slices of mushroom, and 2 slices of Hawaiian pizzas. The size is one-eighth of a 16" pizza and for $2, it is good value over the 99 cent or $1.50 pizza places. My favourite is the chicken with a bbq sauce they drizzle on after they take out from the oven. There is a window from the sidewalk that you can order from and you can see them roll the dough, spread the toppings and put in the oven. Most people order take outs, but you can sit in their beer lounge or there are outside tables. Worth the try for thin-crust pizza.
This is one of the best places to get a slice of pizza - always fresh, thin crust, with nice friendly service and either $2.50 or $3.00 a slice. I would recommend their spinach & Feta, Mushroom or Pepperoni all so good and unlike other thicker based pizzas really easy to digest. I highly recommend - leave some for me though!