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Fiesta Pizza III
Posted by Tamamama on 11/21/2013
I am excited to see that after a couple decades, Fiesta has revamped their interior to make it more hip. The food is still the consistent, comforting standards I've known and loved for years. Love the humongous Greek Salad and zesty homemade hummus. Our Greek pizza arrived piping hot with super creamy feta oozing over the top. Now that they are allowing wine and beer to be brought in, we'll be back for casual date night more often! On busy weekend nights you might have to wait for a table as the dining room is small.
Posted by christina b on 09/24/2013
I've been a customer of this fiesta for at least two years, however, I have noticed a sharp decline in the quality of service. The food is edible. And the delivery service is prompt. Customer service skills are however lacking. Long wait times on the phone. Improper phone ettiquette by young clueless girls who cant remember an order seconds after its taken. Constant wrong orders even after an order has been taken and repeated over the phone. Starting to get old. No responsibility ever taken for wrong orders and no attempts made to redeliver and rectify.
Posted by Gayle mcGrath on 09/02/2013
We have the pizza once a week! What a treat!! Each thing on the menu is five star it reflexes the pride and TLC added.
Posted by Taylor on 01/24/2013
Always great food in a short amount of time! Even when the delivery man forgot a soda I ordered he came back with two! So nice and considerate.
Posted by anonymous on 07/29/2012
The food is good when they don't mess it up.. The pizzas are good, they have the crispy burger king-like fries like I love and the grilled chicken hoagie is always great. I don't like the ken's honey mustard though and wish they would just make their own. Once my fries came soggy w/ the mustard already on them. Same w/ a veggie stromboli I got. They either ran out of fresh peppers or didn't feel like slicing them cause the whole thing was full of pickled peppers. Mistakes w/ orders are frequent too.
Posted by quick on 03/18/2012
Ordered on St. Patrick's Day (Sat. night) about 45 min before closing time over the phone. Put on hold multiple times and had to repeat order (was told "hold on we need to get organized over here). Fair enough I suppose for a weekend holiday but seemed like they were clueless. Told us food would be there 45min later (after closing). "Large pizza" was no bigger than a standard medium (if not small at some places). Very greasy and cheese layer was one giant hunk on crust. Taste was ok , somewhat cardboard with thick cheese on top but soft. Sauces was sloppily applied under cheese so layers of cheese fell off and sauce everywhere. For late night drunk food it was acceptable but kind of bland. Two friends ordered the "buffalo chicken platters" basically chicken fingers slathered with cheap hot buffalo sauce. One order was missing sauce. Both came with cole slaw that looked about a week old and soggy fries. Fries could have been a day or two old so soggy. Pricing was on par for area (10 bucks for a "large" that was really medium/small) and 8-9 bucks for subpar chicken and fries. First and last time eating here probably, the place was disorganized, food was poorly prepared, and no value for money. Cosimos is much much better right nearby.
Posted by chestnut hill resident on 12/22/2011
Been a resident of CH for 6 years and moved between Cosimo's and Fiesta...Cosimo's hands down better pizza and value. What happened to Fiesta? Pizza's like cardboard, absolutely no flavor and why is a pizza with 8 slices...small...$20? Never again...they're on there own.