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January 3, 20133.0
I’ve been eating here for about 6 months or so, and I’ve got to say the food is delicious, and the portions are extremely generous. The only problem I have with them is that 9 times out of 10, they’ll mess up your order. Whether it’s a forgotten side or the wrong size sub, it never fails. And forget about custom orders- did you want no mayo on your sandwich? Too bad. Want lettuce and tomatoes? Sorry, nope. Did you pay for a side of fries? Well you’re not getting them. It’s extremely frustrating, because if they would just pay a little attention to detail, this would probably be the best pizza place in Fitchburg.
Great sandwich on soft, delicious toast with a generous amount of turkey and bacon. But if you pay the $2 extra for the ‘plate’ (which means add fries), you’re almost certainly not going to get them.
The tenders are excellent, and 6 pieces is way more than it sounds like- these things are HUGE! I like them hot, but the bbq ones are good too.
Best damn veggie pizza I’ve ever had, hands down. Fresh ingredients, delicious crust, melty-ass cheese… really awesome. And the piece doesn’t get all floppy and spill everywhere when you try and eat it, which is great.
Reasonably priced for how massive this thing is. Literally stuffed with steak, onions, peppers, mushrooms and genoa. I used to like the Number 9 at D’angelos, but this is wayyy better when done right. However, I always ask for lettuce, tomato, and mayo, and have only ever gotten it that way once (out of 5 or 6 times). It’s kind of ridiculous that I have to pull apart a sandwich, and bust out the mayo and veggies from my own fridge to make it the way I want it.
Absolutely amazingly done. Sandwiched between two massive tortillas which are baked crispy to perfection is like, 10 pounds of steak and veggies for under 10 bucks. This thing is HEAVY, and it comes with sour cream and salsa which just adds to the deliciousness.
For real, this thing is ridiculous. I was craving some veggies so I ordered a salad one day… only to discover the chef’s salad is roughly 40% salad, 40% meat, and 20% cheese. They give you 2 salad dressings too, because one is definitely not enough to eat this beast. Not for the faint of heart.
These things are pretty hit-or-miss. If you get a good batch, you’ll fall to your knees and cry because you never knew onion rings could be so amazing. If not, you’ll spit them out and say “what the hell is wrong with these people??” They’re homemade, with the same batter as their fish and chips if I’m not mistaken. The problem is, about 50% of the time they’re undercooked… so you bite into a ring to get raw onion and raw batter in your mouth, which is even less pleasant than it sounds. If they could get some consistency here I’d rate them 5 stars, but as of right now they get 3.
Probably the most expensive thing on the menu proportionally, these things are still mighty delicious. 10 bucks for 12 poppers seems like a lot, but each popper is about the size of a dollar bill, so… whatever. They’re crispy/crunchy with the taste of real jalapeno, and filled with what I’m gonna assume is melty american cheese. Really delicious.
For those of you who don’t know (I sure didn’t), a Jojo is just a potato wedge, but with a cute name. The small (I have never dared to get a large) is massive, with 8 jojos in a box. You can pay a dollar extra each for cheese, bacon, chili, or broccoli; I usually get the cheese and bacon, and they’re awesome. I made the mistake of getting chili on them once… they were soggy as hell, soaked in sub-par chili which tasted like imitation chunky soup. Don’t get the chili.
May 25, 20125.0
I am pretty picky as far as beef goes. I called and asked the girl about their beef tips and she was helpful in telling me she loved them and that they are even hand-cut. Although skeptical i ordered some to be delivered. They told me 45 min and they were here in 20 and the tips were absolutely delicious! The tips were cooked all the way through but were Very juicy, tender and also not too fatty. Also the teriyaki sauce they marinate with was a nice touch. Clearly not just an average pizza joint!!
October 24, 20114.0
We’ve had a few take out dishes from this place, which were all very good. We also ordered a sheet pizza for my mother-in-laws 90th birthday party – not a slice left and everyone wanted to know where the pizza came from.
September 12, 20114.0
Just visited the newly opened Zeda’s Pizza & Restaurant, located in the former Gamache Cyclery building on Laurel Street. If first “food impressions” are any indication, this is a worthy addition to the local pizzaria scene, although the service end of the business needs serious attention.
My companion and I arrived to the empty restaurant early on a weekday afternoon – slightly after the expected lunch hour. There were folks in the kitchen and one young woman at the counter. Unlike most pizza places, there were no large signs on the walls displaying offerings, toppings, sandwiches, etc. Confused, I asked if there were menus and the woman pointed to a pile of them tucked off to the side of the counter. Perhaps a more prominent display would have been better….or maybe she could have offered us – the obviously befuddled patrons the menus before we asked?
We ordered a large, one-topping pizza with extra cheese and two bottled soft drinks for a total of $ 15.87 – about the average for this area. Topping choices are extensive and, unlike many pizza places in town, none of the toppings cost more than any others (some places around here charge double for grilled chicken or bacon, etc.).
The restaurant offers large booths with high backs, comfortable seats and highly polished wooden tables. Additionally, there are several tables for either four or two patrons. The decor in the dining area is sparse with one small flat screen TV and little else.
Our pizza was delivered to the table, but we had to go to the counter in search of individual plates, napkins, salt, pepper, etc. We were shown a small service cart near the kitchen that held all those things together with parmesan cheese, red pepper, etc. This, to me, is another service lapse. If these items aren’t going to regularly be left on the individual tables, then they should at least be offered to the patrons when the food it delivered.
But let’s get to the food. The pizza was wonderful. The crust isn’t quite thick enough to qualify as “pan pizza” but is thicker than most. It’s not at all doughy or heavy, however. The bottom of the pie was golden brown and all the edges were perfectly rolled and done. The sauce was a bit more sweet than usual, but with just the right kick of red pepper and other spices. Ample cheese and meat made this just a marvelous pizza for the price.
Zeda’s is open from 10 to 10 Sunday through Thursday; 10 to 11 Friday and Saturday. They serve beer and wine, accept all major credit cards and deliver in the Fitchburg area.
As I said at the beginning, this is a new place, only having recently held a “grand opening,” so the service glitches are to be expected and will hopefully be worked out. Definitely worth a try!
These dishes from the Zedas Pizza menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.