Pathetic Pizza. Robintino's pizza is worse than a pizza that you can buy for a quarter of the price at the grocery store. I can't believe anyone would recommend this place for pizza. It is an embarrassment to live in Utah and have the locals think this is pizza.
DELICIOUS!!!. I absolutely love this restaurant! They have the best pizza from miles around. It’s a great family place and kid friendly. The staff is very nice, too.
We went because of another review that said the pizza rivaled those in New York. It doesn't even rival a generic frozen pizza from the grocery store WHILE IT'S STILL FROZEN. The salad is bland. The garlic bread tastes like white dinner rolls made to appear garlicky as a too-late unsuccessful afterthought. The clam chowder is worse than most cheap canned chowders.
1 13" pizza, 1 salad, 1 soup, no drinks: $18. We ate 3 of the 8 slices of pizza and ditched the rest.
Do not waste your time.
Best Deal for you buck!. A tantalizing delite of home cooked Italian tradition!
Best Pizza in the State!. Like any truly great pizza restaurant the really only good thing on Robintino's menu is the pizza! Okay, and the garlic bread, and salads. Everything else is average...but the pizza, oh the pizza. Just the perfect amount of cheese and sauce and the crust is chewy and not to thick and not too thin. I have been a Robintino's conniseur for twenty years and everyone I have introduced to it has become one too.
Nobody uses canned mushrooms on pizza anymore. Oh, that's right, they do here..
This is virtually a Utah institution--and it still packs in the crowds every night (surprise--it's closed on Sundays). Prices are reasonable, but it's on the charitable side to call the food decent.
Pizza is a specialty, but most folks go for the pastas and meat dishes. And, yes, there are indeed canned mushrooms on the pizza. Smart diners will steer clear, but if you're really wanting pizza, try the "Cenetta"--an individual-sized pizza served with spaghetti or ravioli.
The ravioli ($9.15 with soup and salad) is a solid choice, topped with a better-than-expected tomato sauce. Many diners rave about the chicken and veal parmesan ($10.15 with soup, salad and pasta).
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