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February 9, 20091.0
I find it humorous that the owners include the word “pizza” in their restaurant’s name…as if that is a selling point. The crust is often frozen in parts and, worse, CHEWY!
It could have been deemed acceptable if the sauce was anything more than a rusty old can of Ragu or, perchance, if the toppings were farm fresh.
Take an old sock out of your son’s athletic locker, cover it in powdered parmesan cheese, and you have a better meal.
For shame, Toti’s.
I thought it might be close to impossible to give Dominoes and Papa John’s a run for their money.
Oh, and…not only does the pizza leave this taster’s buds longing..
If you value your culinary leanings at all, do not, NOT, order the gyro platter.
Rice-a-roni + canned mushrooms and fatty lamb—-
uuh, I want to upchuck just thinking about it!
Fortunately, I don’t get to Seekonk that often.
That said, service was good.
I was visibly displeased with the garbage served to me, while my waitress nodded and assured me, “Yes, I know The food is terrible. Most people are drunk or too ‘over it’ to wait for” a table at Chardonnays [the next door neighbor].
On a side note—-and at our server’s suggestion, we meandered over to Chardonnay’s for dessert.
It was awful.
My advice to those of you who are coming in to town…
Spend a few extra bucks and travel into Greater Providence.
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These dishes from the Toti's Pizza & Restaurant menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.