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Mamma Mia’s Pizza Boynton Beach

This is my first review! I am originally from NY so I think I am an excellent judge on good pizza. I mention this, since I spent most of my youth and adult life in search of the best pizza New York had to offer. I love pizza and had a craving for it this […]

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Mamma Mia’s Pizza Boynton Beach

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img00018img00017This is my first review! I am originally from NY so I think I am an excellent judge on good pizza. I mention this, since I spent most of my youth and adult life in search of the best pizza New York had to offer. I love pizza and had a craving for it this past weekend, so I decided to order pizza for the family one night.

I ordered from a place by my house in Boynton Beach named Mamma Mia’s. My order consisted of one regular pizza (as you Floridians might know as cheese) & one Sicilian pie. First, lets start with the Sicilian. No Sicilian I have ever eaten compares to L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. Just like the rest of the Sicilian pizza I have eaten down here, this one manged to disappoint.

The crust was undercooked and a little raw.  The cheese was not melted enough, and combined with the cold sauce it made for a terrible taste. Was not good at all. This pizza tasted like a frozen slice of Ellios pizza, and just as undercooked. This pizza was obviously rushed out and made with very little care for the end product.  I have eaten this before and when fully cooked it is not bad for Florida pizza. They do give a nice even balance of cheese and sauce not too overwhelming of either.  Sauce could taste a little better but you can not have it all. The Sicilian Pie gets 2  out of 8 slices only because I reheated some up the day after and it tasted a tad bit better and I also have eaten it before and it wasn’t this bad .

Now for the regular… this I do have to say was not half bad, as you can see by the picture. At least I feel there is way too much cheese on the pizza, and not a good balance of cheese and sauce. Crust was cooked to perfection on this one.  It was nice and crispy, not over or under cooked, it was just right. Cheese was a little over whelming but i guess they might overload the cheese to cover up the taste of the sauce which is pretty much a non event on the regular slice.  Truthfully, I  couldn’t even really taste any sauce on the slices.

Still with all this being said i give the regular pie at Mamma Mia’s in Boynton Beach 4 out of  8 slices.

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10 Responses to “Mamma Mia’s Pizza Boynton Beach”

  • joanne wrote:
    06 Mar 2009 at 6:59 pm

    i am also from ny and this is one of the best pizzas i have tasted in boynton beach. L&B no one can compare so there is no reason to even mention it. it is also a different sicilian altogether. i am moving to lake worth and dont know what i am going to do about pizza over there.

  • Craig (lapp) wrote:
    07 Mar 2009 at 6:03 am

    We will find you the best pizza in Lake Worth!!!

  • jimsock wrote:
    13 Jun 2009 at 2:16 pm

    “This is my first review! I am originally from NY so I think I am an excellent judge on good pizza. I mention this, since I spent most of my youth and adult life in search of the best pizza New York had to offer.”

    I'm a lot older than you are and I, too, am born & raised in New York, and I'm telling you that you don't know crap about pizza. You think that just because you are from New York that you are “all that”. Well, listen, chump – you ain't. There's way better pizza here in south Florida than most of the pizzerias in New York.
    You and your stuck up NY attitude – it's sickening. Arrogant!

    “Just like the rest of the Sicilian pizza I have eaten down here, this one manged to disappoint.”

    GO AWAY! We don't need you here, we don't want you here.

    “one regular pizza (as you Floridians might know as cheese”)

    Actually it's known as a cheese pizza/pie in New York, too.

    How about you take your Florida-bashing egotistical arrogant little ass out of here and never come back. There's a couple of things that are well known everywhere – “southern hospitality” and “New York attitude”. Unfortunately you suffer from the latter.

  • daboss wrote:
    28 Jul 2009 at 1:49 pm

    I got yer attitude right here punk!

  • Native Floridian wrote:
    12 Nov 2009 at 2:39 pm

    None of us Floridians asked you to come down here & stay permanent fixtures. Back in the day you'd come for a few weeks on vacation, it creeped to you guys staying for several months (aka Snow Birds) now you guys live here…The beauty of living in this beautiful country called the USA – no one asks you to come here and we certainly won't care when you leave. God Bless the USA! If you don't like it you can leave it…

  • Native Floridian wrote:
    12 Nov 2009 at 9:39 pm

    None of us Floridians asked you to come down here & stay permanent fixtures. Back in the day you'd come for a few weeks on vacation, it creeped to you guys staying for several months (aka Snow Birds) now you guys live here…The beauty of living in this beautiful country called the USA – no one asks you to come here and we certainly won't care when you leave. God Bless the USA! If you don't like it you can leave it…

  • New Haven Joe wrote:
    09 Feb 2010 at 7:18 am

    Jimbo…Light'n up. The man is entitled to his opinion. I'm from New Haven where the famous “Pepe's Pizzeria” on Wooster St. is. To me, NOTHING could compare to Pepe's 1929 coal-fired baked pies… BUT, that's my opinion. Honestly, I have eaten hundreds of pies around the world, including Italy…and Nothing compares to Pepe's. It's amatter of what your brought up on…capisco?

  • Jeff Kolodny wrote:
    16 Feb 2010 at 1:59 am

    We just ate there and had the worst service. They also got our order wrong. By the time our food came we were so upset that we just left. They offered us a free meal but we never plan on going back so a free meal doesn't help us.

  • Fxpsd wrote:
    23 Oct 2010 at 1:47 am

    First of all, Mamma Mia’s of aberdeen in boynton beach fl. opened in oct of 2009, this review was posted Jan of 2009, before we even opened…(So how can this photo be linked to us???) This is NOT our PIZZA in this picture!!! Secondly, we slice our to-go sicilians in 12 slices, not 9… Please get all your facts accurate BEFORE criticizing our establishment.

  • PizzaPimp wrote:
    13 Jan 2011 at 3:22 pm

    The review is for Mamma Mia on Woolbright Seabass!

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