4115 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
06/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Pizz'a Chicago ought to be sued for calling what they serve ""chicago style deep dish pizza""! It is nothing of the sort! What these guys serve is a bunch of fluffy dough with no sauce and too little cheese and totally inferior toppings.
Authentic Chicago style deep dish pizza is truly a pie with a deep shell of butter crust, filled with fresh, chunky tomatoe sauce, the absolute best mozzarella cheese and lots of it, and the best quality sausage and pepperoni available.
I lived in Chicago most of my life and moved to San Jose 2 years ago and was very excited to try Pizz'a Chicago...only to be very disapointed and offended by their claims. And I have tried it 4 times now, hoping I just got a bad pie, but I have been totally let down every time...and I will never try it again.
If you really want to know what a quality Chicago style deep dish pizza looks like, google Lou Malnati's and just look at what you are missing! Lou Malnati's is my personal favorite, but their are several other pizza places in Chicago that are just as good...but NONE of them even slightly resemble what Pizz'a Chicago serves out here in California. And oh by the way, you can have one of these delicious pizza pies shipped to you from Lou Malnati's...go ahead and experience heaven in a box!
Pizz'a Chicago really does a disservice to authentic Chicago style deep dish pizza...don't believe their claims! I'm not saying their pizza is terrible, rather I'm emphatically stating that IT IS ABSOLUTELY NOT CHICAGO STYLE DEEP DISH PIZZA!
02/04/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you are looking for Authentic ""Chicago Style"" pizza, you can look elsewhere.
We decide to order from here because of the Citysearch rating. We were disappointed to say the least.
Expecting a luscious layered deep dish, I picked up an over-priced ($25.00) two topping thick crust pie.
Now I know pizza, (both New York and Chicago style) and how this was rated #1 in the Valley is a complete mystery. Nothing memorable about the crust, sauce or toppings.
In my humble opinion, you can get a better pie at a better price from your neighborhood strip mall joint.
Would not recommend nor will I come back.
06/15/2004Provided by Citysearch -
I love p'zza chicago...i asked my co-workers about the best pizza they've tasted. they had various answers, but p'zza chicago came up more than once. so i decided to give it a try. the first time my friends and i tasted it, we were in love.
it has the softet crest
11/04/2002Provided by Citysearch -
After moving to the Bay Area to Chicago, and trying out some of the pizza places in the area, I was greatly disappointed. That is until I found Pizz'a Chicago! There's no doubt that they serve the best pizza around these parts, as well as a variety of other dishes, including calzones, meatball sandwiches, and more. Expect to eat a lot of great food here!