22 March 2009

Grandma's Pizza and Pasta

Grandma's Pizza and Pasta is a small chain orbiting the South Columbus and Reynoldsburg areas. The pizza is akin to Donato's pizza.

Grandma's Pizza and Pasta features a virtual panoply of coupons and specials that are represented in spades on the take-out menu. The vegetarian items on the menu include French fries, fried mushrooms, cheese sticks, garlic cheese bread, the garden salad, a veggie sub, and many shapes and sizes of vegetarian stromboli and pizza.

The pizza sauce was very sweet. The crust was thin and crispy. The mushrooms were fresh, not canned. The quality of the pizza was decent but unspectacular. It definitely needed to have crushed red peppers, oregano and grated cheese added to perfect the taste.

The quality of the pizza was close to Donato's if not slightly worse than the local chain. The prices ($18 for two large pizzas with one topping), however, were far more reasonable.

Grandma's offers fair prices and reasonable quality. There is far better pizza in Columbus; however, there aren't many options this good for this cheap.

Grandma's Pizza and Pasta

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