I'm very impressed with this particular location because the person who took my order was also the driver but also because he took the time to hear my questions, listen to my order and have even the patience to list each and every single item on the salad bar menu to compose my salad to my taste. This earned him a great tip. His name was/is "Travis" and he deserves my respect and my continued patronage on many levels. He allowed me to use a coupon from mountainmike.com that might or might not be acceptable for their particular location by printout and gave me the real honest truth about how this particular location's pizza tasted verses my current favorite pizza location in Modesto, CA. (un-named to be fair) I'm very impressed with his attitude and the product was not only portioned very generously (salad) but the pizza was totally delicious. I'm quite pleased. I suggest you give them a try.
Chef's does make good pizza, I won't deny that. But after spending oodles of dough at this place (pun fully intended) I'm left dissapointed by the inconsistency of Chefs of New York. The customer service is often awful, they choose when and whom they want to deliver to, and they seem to have the attitude that since their the only decent place in town that you know what you can do if you don't like it. There's a place on Coffee that people say actually has better pasta than Chefs does. 3 stars because a Ziti pizza from Chefs gives me wet dreams, but their customer service is all dried up.
This place has been an undiscovered treasure near my house for a number of years. It was just waiting to be discovered. Well, I was pleasantly surprised when I happened to go in there last summer on a whim. The menu includes Greek as well as Italian food. And contrary to my previous experience with other restaurants that try to do two different countries' food, this place actually does a great job of both. So much so, that I soon brought in my wife and kids, and the verdict was unanimous - great food and we go there way too much now.