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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza
Posted by john on 08/17/2011
I met a friend here last week for lunch. The service was good, the food was good also. I had a lunch sized pizza with pepperoni and she had the Italian Salad. She asked for chicken on the salad, which they were out of that day so she got meatballs instead. She said everything was good. Even the Yards Brawler I ordered on draft was fresh. Bonus points on that one. All in all we enjoyed our meal. I would definitely go back again.
Posted by local on 03/28/2011
Wouldnt eat in again as its lack luster interior is loud and full of kids. Not so helpful servers. The menu is really limited other than pizza... all that being said my family and I order our pizza from here weekly. We love the white pizza with prosciutto or the plain. If you like a thicker crust try Bravos in the center of Wayne. Good pizza and a wonderful family run business.
Posted by Jayne on 12/06/2010
I will honestly never go out for pizza anyplace else. The plain cheese pizza is the best I've ever tasted (and I've had too much pizza in my life!), the tomato mozzarella & basil with garlic is heaven and the meatball ricotta is a unique and delicious combo. My family goes crazy for the pepperoni which is high quality and not super oily like others. The thin crust is perfection and the occasional well done spot is just a welcome part of the pie. Crave it on a weekly basis! Awesome pizza, lively atmosphere and the young, friendly wait staff is a huge draw. We are so lucky to have Anthony's nearby!
Posted by Baker on 11/20/2010
Having had pizza from Lombardi's, Vetri, Stella and Taconelli's (Philadelphia, not the false impression in New Jersey), I thought I would try the new Anthony's Coal Oven Pizza in Wayne, PA to see how it compares. What a literal hot mess! No better and perhaps even worse than any local pizza joint in Wayne where there's plenty. Anthony's offers low grade pepperoni, flavorless sauce and flabby, burnt crust. Even if they warn you the crust is well done- you're not prepared for charcoal. No excuse. Not a surprise this place was crowded. Wayne is a culinary desert and the citizenry haven't a clue. But if you might be traveling through this burg- don't waste your time. However if choose to ignore this warning- it's a good thing there's a 24 hour CVS right across the street. Tums anyone?
Posted by Bonnie on 10/05/2010
We were warned to go to Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza early as it gets packed. I thought it was one of the most delcious pizzas I've ever eaten. My other favorite is Taconelli's and I'd say this is just as good. I love well done pizza (like Taconelli's again) and this was great. Great salad large enough to share. Husband had the wings which were served with sauteed onions and cooked over the coal fired oven too. Terrific house wine. My new favorite restaurant. Large flat-screened TVs throughout. Going back for lunch today. Telling all my friends about it as there aren't enough good restaurants on the Main Line.
Posted by anonymous on 10/03/2010
Love the pizza but the menu is so limited for anything else. They need some salads and side options... ribs were small but interesting/different. Not sure I would go for the bar and its odd that they dont have any real bar food options but wings! If you are listening 'Anthony', please expand the menu... I would love to see your restaurant succeed!
Posted by tlm on 09/29/2010
went for martini and meatball night - service wasn't good at all. Pizza was ok. Lots of kids. not sure we'll go back