Flying Saucer Pizza
14712 NE 91st St, Redmond, WA 98052
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Good for Kids: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
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02/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Ordered some pizzas for pick up. They were de-lish! Paid when I got here and went to sit in a booth to wait for them to call me up to the counter. Within two minutes the pizzas were WHAPPED on my table, I said thanks, got no replay as the guy who brought them walked away. So, tasty pizza, on time, paying for them to the person at the register - fine and pleasant... The apparent attitude I was given with my pizzas kinda sucked ... This was about 3:00 PM on Friday, one other person in the place that was probably a customer. The tables were dirty with bits of food and dirty glasses.
Still, I recommend them - so one star off for attitude/customer service and one star off for the dirty tables .
Not perfect but WOW are their pizzas good. I think they are well worth what they cost.
Thanks again to groupon.
12/02/2010Provided by Citysearch -
it's too bad the location is so out of the way. the thai fighter pizza i had was tasty. much better than california pizza kitchen's version which has seemed to have gotten saltier and saltier over the years. fun decor and love the fact they offer options besides pizza. the spaghetti and meatballs we had were pretty decent too. will definitely come back. thanks to groupon for introducing us to this place.
01/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Went there a couple of Saturdays ago with my kids, and geez this place was packed! It has good reason to be too because the pizza at this place is YUM! Seriously, I was craving it a couple of days later and I normally don't crave pizza. I was so thrilled to find out that they serve personal pies because I normally have to acquiesce to my offspring's needs. Not this time, I was able to have my very own Thai Fighter while they ate their pepperoni and cheese pizzas. I will definitely be heading back there.
10/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My pizzas were small, expensive, and cardboardy. I was so excited to find a new pizza place on the Eastside to try. I know this place has been there for a while - but it was new to me. NEVER again. Terrible value for money. $8 for a very small personal pizza that was cold and had horrible, thin, cardboard crust. The customer service was pretty poor too.
08/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Very tasty pizza the crust is the key, the ingredients are great but the crust really makes it. If your a crust freak like me you have to try this place. Its kinda hidden on Willows road about three minutes from 520 and right next to the subway. It reminds me of a Pizza place downtown (Nlake) but better. The pizzas only come in personal but order more than one and its very cost effective This place is different and comfortable. I had a pizza with garlic,pepperoni,jalepenos and I think it was called Merciles. It was great pizza and with a Mac and Jack you can't go wrong.
05/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is fun place to grab lunch and I have to say it is tough to beat the deal on the calzones. The calzone isn't big, but it is less than $4 and is tasty. The pizza's are decent for the price. I also give props to the theme and decorations. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because they seem to either forget about an order or take really long once in a while, but they are always responsive, nice and helpful if you just ask what is going on. Great place!
04/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This is the best kept secret in Redmond!! I've driven past this place many times on my way home from work, but I won't do that again. I'll definitely be going back to get another ""Thai Fighter"". It is a little hidden, but is definitely worth stopping in for one of their amazing pizzas. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but once you walk through the door you're pleasantly surprised by the fun cool atmosphere with old science fiction movie posters and neon signs. They even have a flying saucer crashing through their restaurant! I also love that they came up with silly sci-fi themed names for their pizzas. The pizzas are all personal size, which is a little different, but they are a great value.
11/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Ok, I really want to give this place a better review, but out of my three visits to this establishment only one of them was a good experience. Everything everyone says about the pizza being a good deal and tasting good are correct. They have great prices and great personal pizzas that should fit the taste of just about anyone (and if it doesn't build your own!). My first visit was great and if I had done the review based on that one visit then I would give it all five stars. My second visit (I ordered by web that time) found my pizza not ready (not a big deal since I would rather have it hot out of the oven), but was told that their credit card machine was spazzy sometimes and would I mind going and getting cash. So I paid an extra $2.50 in transaction fees from the AM/PM cash machine to get my pizza, can you say no tip? The third visit I again did a web order only this time for four pizzas as we had company over. I got there and they hadn't started making them yet and said it was going to be about 20 mins. I said fine, I'll go get some dessert. I came back and they still hadn't made them. At this point it had been over an hour since my original order went in. i was pretty hacked off and was going to get a refund, but the owner comped me our stuff and put them in right away. I had to wait around an hour and a half in total for a pizza I preordered. It was good stuff, but I have been bitten by the bad luck food gods I guess.