Mod Superfast Pizza

Written by on February 18, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – downtown Bellevue (There is also one downtown Seattle.)
How I heard of this place: Initially I found out about this place as a season ticket holder to the 5th Avenue Theater, where it’s on the list of dining coupon options. I was introduced to the Bellevue location and the food by my friend Zach.
Type of cuisine: Simple pizzas, salads and sides.
Ambiance: Casual. Order your food at the counter, wait for your name to be called (five to eight minutes later during the busy lunch rush), pick up your plate or box and sit at a table inside, the barquette or take advantage of the sun in their outdoor patio. Even the barquette can be “outdoors” when the large, garage door windows are opened fully to let the outside in.
What I ordered: My dining companion ordered the Sienna, which came prepared with mozzarella, parmesan, garlic, fresh rosemary, red onion, mushrooms. My pizza, the Dillion James, offered scrumptious mozzarella, asiago, garlic, fresh chopped basil, sliced tomatoes.
What I loved: I loved how quickly the food was prepared and how fresh the ingredients were. Everything from the house-made dough to the freshly sliced tomatoes and real basil leaves. The garlic freshly chopped and its strong pungency inhaled with each bite.
Why I loved it: The food is quick, the staff friendly and efficient and the flavors perfectly fresh and tasty.
Cost: Low ($5.88 per pizza)

Be Sociable, Share!


If you enjoyed this article, subscribe now to receive more just like it.

Subscribe via RSS Feed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *