Thanks for wasting our time and money!.
My wife and I used to love this place but in the past year the quality of food, and service, has deminished. We will not be going back! We went in on a Monday around 5:30 waited 1 hr and 15 min for our food which was luke warm at best, and very low quality. Our waitress, kept telling us that the long wait was because it was Monday night football at Fiddlers Elbow( the restaurant attached to SLPP) so I guess if you go on Monday go to Fiddlers Elbow to get your food and maybe descent service! To top it all off we had ordered a pizza to go, we ordered a 14" pizza, we were in such a hurry to get out of the place, we didn't even look at it till we got home it was a 10" pizza and looked like an 8 year old had made it.
Sad another locally owned restaurant that will soon be replace by a chain!
Sunday Breakfast a winner. Love the basic Sunday breakfasts, especially the veggie omelet. It's consistently well prepared (loaded with artichoke) and served hot, and comes with fresh fruit. Toast is fresh and tasty and generously buttered - I suggest you order butter on the side. The music is sometimes hard to bear, though, and it's loud enough to not be able to ignore. Some Sundays it's loud and obnoxious distortion guitar and neo-garage metal band, other Sundays it's reasonably pleasant oldies pop. I guess you can't please everybody, but turning it down would go a long way toward that.
Good food, terrible service. We just went to SLP&P for the 2nd time in as many months--we had terrible service the first time, but the black bean sauce pizza is interesting. Our friends told us it was an anomaly so we gave it one more try. And one more time we had appalling service. It wasn't bad, it was *terrible!* We didn't get waters after 20 minutes, the appetizer was delivered with no side plates, the server didn't bring meals out together w/many minutes in between loads and appeared to have misplaced one meal completely (with no apology.) When I asked for side plates and water at the bar when our server was out of site, I was ignored. Even though it was clear to multiple employees that our table wasn't pleased, no one asked us if things were okay or if we needed anything. *Never* again--I can go to a competing pizza restaurant (sette bello, Vinto, etc) and make black bean sauce at home!
I love this place. I love this place..the service is always the best and the food is always so delishious. I am a fan of the butternut squash ravioli when they have it and they have kids meal for the kids. I always look forward to going there.
Great Micro Beer selection. I thought the service and food were great. They also had a very good micro brew collection from around the state. The place is relatively small and cozy. I would recommend this to anyone looking for great pizza or salads.
You are kidding right???. After reading some good reviews about this place my family and I decided to check it out. The other reviews stated that this was the best pizza in SLC and they had all had NY and Chicago Pizza and it ranks right up there. Well, it must have been the owner writing that review!!!! To be honest, if you want good pizza, this is NOT the place to go. I would agree they have a good atmosphere, however, the Pizza is on Par with Little Ceasers or Tomestone frozen Pizza. There is a few good places in Draper if you really want Pizza that is close to Chicago or NY style. I grew up in Chicago and lived in NY for sometime. Both cities have excellent Pizza, SLC does not. Do not waste your time.
A great place. Go? Yes!. We were in town to ski and looking for a great pizza in a relaxing atmosphere. We didn't have a car and we were relying on the TRAX and bus. We called for directions and the manager, Pepe vectored us in. We jumped on the light rail, connected with the bus and arrived in about 30 minutes. The restaurant was crowded so we asked to sit at the bar. We sat, ordered quickly and in within minutes we had a great salad and cold drinks. We ordered a large pizza (1/2 sausage & 1/2 peperoni) that came within 10 minutes (restaurant was packed). The pizza was fantastic...NY style crust, thin but still plenty of body that was topped with just the right blend of marinara and cheese. The topings were fresh and real. Atmosphere is as good as the pizza, nice buzz but not too loud. Not sure if I will ever be back in SLC but if I am, Salt Lake City Pizza and Pasta will be one of the places I visit.
Just okay.... Nothing really stands out at this casual pizza joint. The pizzas are okay but better, brick-oven styles can be found throughout town. A couple of the pasta dishes pass but this is probably a place best-suited for teenagers or non-foodies who are on a budget.
Amazing food - Terrible Service (understaffed?) Not worth the headache if you are entertaining.
I am new to the Sugarhouse area and thought that I had discovered a gem when I first went here. My first visit was for lunch and I immediately came back with my wife and we both loved their food for dinner (esp. the wings!). However, we have been getting consistently poorer service every time we have gone back. I now have attempted to take 2 different groups of friends and both my family and my wife's, and all have left utterly frustrated at the lack of attention from the waiters/waitresses. On our last visit, we even stood at the entrance and watched where each waiter's sections was and sat with the person that we thought could redeem our displeasure from previous visits.
The food was spectacular, as usual, but our wings were forgotten for the third straight visit. We even tried to track down our waiter to see what was taking so long with the wings (and get our thirsty table another round of beers). It took us 10 minutes to find him and he said he'd go check to see if they were coming... well, he returned with our orders (did I mention the food is great!) and took another 15 minutes to return with the 4 beers that we desperately needed.
I will continue to go back to SLP&P but I cannot recommend it to anyone and I won't be taking anyone with me that doesn't call me husband.
Comfort food and relaxing atmosphere. I've been to SL Pizza and Pasta many times since I moved here. There are many things to love. You seat yourself in the comfortable booths. Their soups change daily and are divine. I have never had a bad meal. This is a great place to visit when you are tired, don't feel like cooking, and want to have a really low-stress, comfortable meal.
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