Stereotyped Teenage Review About Food (Angelo’s Italian Restaurant)

Today i had Pizza and i don’t care!

And No! It is not my favorite Food!

To save us from my sister’s dreadful cooking, we ordered Pizza from our local Mom & Pop Italian Restaurant, Angelo’s.
I remember i used to always come here. I haven’t had their pizza in a while and managed to convince my sister to order it rather than buying some fake franchise cardboard “pizza” and making the pockets of those greedy assholes bigger, sorry.

I remember this pizza being really good but then again, it was pizza and i was a little kid so…yeah. Sadly, like so many other’s have said before, L.A pretty much sux when it comes to pizza, and this just furthured their argument.

The slice was 85% crust, and 15% toppings.
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I mean, damn… i usually like the crust but this was way too much. Very dry, dense and thick. Almost like a mexican birote One slice probably accounted for 4 or 5 servings of grain. And being that, i still ate 2 slices. Even though, one was more than enough. The ossified cheese did have a nice richness though but I like my pizza heavy on the sauce, not heavy on the dough.(by the way the sauce wasn’t that good neither). kinda made me feel bad since i was the one that suggested

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it. So far around here, the best place to get a decent pizza continues to be Rios Pizza in Monterey Park.

Angelo’s
1540 West Valley Boulevard
Alhambra CA 91803
Ph. (626) 282-0153

Angelo's Pizza in Los Angeles

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