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Nemo

Coquitlam, Canada

#1 Jul 13, 2006
Hello everyone,

New to the city, Where is the best Pizza in town?
jutstin

Victoria, Canada

#2 Jul 18, 2006
THE JOINT!!!!
Trevor

Canada

#3 Aug 20, 2006
Nemo wrote:
Hello everyone,
New to the city, Where is the best Pizza in town?
Romeo's, with a number of locations, is an automatic win in Victoria's best poll each year.

“AdrianEden.com”

Since: Mar 07

Vancouver

#4 Mar 15, 2007
Kilis Pizza on the corner of cook and pandora..EPIC Serbian Cuisine as well! Ask for Aron and say Adrian sent you for great service!:-)
corey170

Canada

#5 Mar 19, 2007
Villages pizza is by far the best. We have the most expensive ingredients and the highest quality food. we won the best pizzaria this year and i highly reccomend us
Moniz

Victoria, Canada

#6 Mar 20, 2007
Ali Baba's by far the best voted best pizza 2 years in a row

Since: Apr 07

Victoria, Canada

#7 Apr 2, 2007
The Joint has great slices!

I don't know about the best pizza delivered, though, delivery service for everybody seems to run hot and cold, no pun intended.
Liam

Victoria, Canada

#9 Oct 27, 2007
Hey i cant find the phone number for kilis pizza. Does anyone know it? I need the number before 7:30 tonight. Thanks
KATKK

Victoria, Canada

#10 Oct 31, 2007
Ali Baba has great pizza
Cameron

Canada

#11 Nov 9, 2007
Definitely Ali Baba.. They just raised their prices though! Doh!
Aron Nimani

Victoria, Canada

#12 Dec 18, 2007
Try Kili's Pizzeria, it's my Eastern European family's place. If you've ever eaten at an Eastern European woman's house, you know you're going to be stuffed, and it's going to taste REALLY good.
We've got awesome pizza, unique menu items like Burek (see the website for a picture, this is as home made as it gets), a BBQ Pork pizza, chocolate or apple dessert pizzas, and a bunch of home made dips. I also can't leave out our lasagna, which is called "home style" because it's my mom's recipe, not because we're trying to convince you to buy it like everyone else. Plus we've got some great new stuff coming for 2008.

Topix doesn't allow phone numbers, but the website is www.kpizza.net or www.kilispizzeria.com (the website is going to have the new menu before it's sent out, so check it out in the new year too).
Our prices are what pizza SHOULD cost, not the gouging you'll get at Villages (which, let's be honest, tastes like the frozen stuff you buy at Safeway) or Ali Baba's (which is very good pizza, but very expensive).
We do free delivery, and we're open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays. Why wait in line for bad pizza downtown, when we'll meet you at your place with good food?

“Canada Rules. Don't Deny It.”

Since: Dec 06

Victoria, BC (Canada)

#13 Dec 22, 2007
corey170 wrote:
Villages pizza is by far the best. We have the most expensive ingredients and the highest quality food. we won the best pizzaria this year and i highly reccomend us
Ugh
The guy who owns Villages is an ass.(Little snippet: he cheats on his golf score, you know.)
lol

Hothouse is better, and it is owned by the same guy who used to co-own Villages.

Also, if you're ever in Whistler, a couple years ago I went to Avalanche Pizza. I'm not sure if it's even still around, but that was good pizza. A bit hefty on the price, though.

“Canada Rules. Don't Deny It.”

Since: Dec 06

Victoria, BC (Canada)

#15 Dec 23, 2007
Pseudonym wrote:
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Pizza Lover

Victoria, Canada

#17 Jan 19, 2008
Villages is the best pizza in victoria with more locations then anybody else. kilis has only one and they hardly sell any pizza which means there toppings are old. The food is always old and there topping are never fresh. Dont be calling villages frozen pizza from safeway when your pizza is worse then the frozen stuff at safeway. Besides the pizza joint up the street is always busy and you guys arent. Villages is the best but if I was in your area then for sure I would go to pizza ZONE up the road before going to Kilis. Kilis is a joke! villages #1.

Trust me folks if you dont beleive me then go ahead and try there pizza but please do come back on here and tell us what you think. try villages and then kili's and ill bet you anything you will agree with my post. Villages is the best for pizza customers and kili's kills the rest.
bob

Surrey, Canada

#18 Jan 20, 2008
i like pop
Lasagna Lover

Vernon, Canada

#19 Jan 27, 2008
I used to order from Romeo's but, found that it was very plain and not much flavour. I tried Kili's the other night and I tasted the Vegetarian and the Meat Lasagna and was very impressed! Great flavour and ingredients and it did taste like homemade. I would recommend to try and very reasonably priced at $14.95 for 2 generous orders. I am looking forward to trying out the rest of there menu and yes that includes the Pizza!
Aron Nimani

Victoria, Canada

#20 Jan 28, 2008
Pizza Lover wrote:
Trust me folks if you dont beleive me then go ahead and try there pizza but please do come back on here and tell us what you think. try villages and then kili's and ill bet you anything you will agree with my post. Villages is the best for pizza customers and kili's kills the rest.
Trust you? Who are you?
We have only one location, for now, which means one of us (Kili or myself, ordinarily) is always there to keep an eye on things and make sure all of our food is top quality.
Given all that, we make sure we never have more toppings than we need, so that they're always fresh.
As for how many pizzas we sell, our books are our books, but we're doing fine. Given our inventory control, the number of pizzas we sell has no relevance.

What I've written about Kili's are facts, what I've written about Villages is an opinion. What you have written about Kili's is slander, I would appreciate if you avoided it in the future. Though you are more than welcome to tell people to try our food. By all means, try our pizza, wings, ribs, donairs, burek, lasagna, spaghetti, whatever you like. You can also just come in for a slice and chat with Kili or me.

And thank you, Alan (if I'm not mistaken), for the kind words about the lasagna, the meat lasagna is definitely one of my favourite menu items.
pizza godfather

Courtenay, Canada

#21 Jan 31, 2008
pizza lover, you need to come to your sences i used to work at villages and the only thing that came out there was credits on orders all you need to work at villages is the abilty to use a can opener and "saftey" scissors to open bags of chesse i hear from othere pizza places that they grade there on chesse and slice there own meats which means there meats are full of preservatives and last way to long for a meat. What im trying to say is go out see for yourself dont take it from the jhon lover opps i mean oizza lover which is ofious a villages employee that whould rather stay on all fours before he told the the truth. thank you and enjoy your slices
Bill McAlleister

Canada

#22 Feb 1, 2008
Just for the record:

KILI'S PIZZERIA - Inspection Report

Inspection Information:
Facility Type: Food (Take Out)
Inspection type: Routine
Inspection date: November 07, 2007
Number of critical violations: 0
Number of non-critical violations: 3

This facility was given a moderate hazard rating.
More information on hazard ratings.

Violations:
A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.
Code Description
110 Food Not Protected - General
Keep temperature logs on-site and record temperatures daily. Second order.
115 Inadequate Insect / Rodent Control
Contact pest control company. Provide receipt for next inspection. Clean and disinfect all areas affected. Focus on behind equipment along the far wall.
118 Other (Specify)
Owner to have Food Safety course within 30 days. Second order. Have Food Safe information available in two weeks for follow-up inspection.

Comments: The above items were noted at this inspection. All items from report of October 26, 2006 except those listed above have been addressed.

reference: http://www.healthspace.ca/viha
*go to food facility ratings.
Bill McAlleister

Canada

#23 Feb 1, 2008
VILLAGES PIZZA - Inspection Report

Inspection Information:
Facility Type: Food (Restaurant)
Inspection type: Follow-Up
Inspection date: January 24, 2008
Number of critical violations: 0
Number of non-critical violations: 0

This facility was given a low hazard rating.
More information on hazard ratings.

Violations:
No violations were found during the inspection

Comments: Carpet has been removed. New approved flooring and coving installed in storeroom. Updated floor plans have been provided. Thank you. Cleaning scheduled has been organized.

http://www.healthspace.ca/viha

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