Review: Pizza Time
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GRL

Lowell, MA

#1 Aug 6, 2009
DON'T KNOW WHERE THEY GET OFF WITH THE $1.89 COKES WHEN THERES A WALGREENS IN THE SAME PARKING LOT, HAD A COUPLE OF THE SANDWITCHES, NOTHING GREAT WILL TRY PIZZA AND WRITE ANOTHER REVIEW!!!
top shelf

AOL

#2 Aug 7, 2009
When Yani and his exwife ran Chunk N Cheese it was tops.
Amy Ashford

Mansfield, MA

#3 Aug 30, 2009
Decided to try this new place since I live in Foxboro. With the name, I thought it was one of those family friendly type places, but it is just a regular greasy greek owned sub shop. I decided to get a slice of pizza to see if it was any good before I invested in a large pizza for the family. Well, it was quite disappointing. Just a thick crist, way too much cheese and sauce, extremely greasy flavorless slice. I am not a fan of greek style pizza, which is what this is. If you like a real Italian style pizza, go to Sal's and Mal's in Foxboro on Wall St. The best. If you want greek pizza and subs, go to Omega Pizza just across the street, they have been there for years. I hope this place does not take away any of their business.
MSnowy

Walpole, MA

#4 Sep 1, 2009
This pizza is delicious! They have specialty pizzas which are unique and surprisingly good. We've tried the White Buffalo, the Spanakopizza (a take off from Spanakopita or Greek Spinach Pie) and the B.L.T. Pizza. We will try a new one each time we go!

The Chicken Broccoli Frazola, served at a party as an appetizer, was mouth-watering.

They make their own dough; they don't use the frozen dough like other pizza shops.

Fast becoming our favorite pizza place; we don't live in Foxboro but this place is worth the trip.
Elaine L - Franklin

Wakefield, MA

#5 Sep 2, 2009
I tried Pizza Time recently and was VERY surprised. Loved the pizza and thought the place was lovely - not your usual pizza joint -- very classy. Also tried the frazole to take with me to a party - they were a hit.
Will definiately go back again and again.
dwtbn

Walpole, MA

#6 Sep 5, 2009
top shelf wrote:
When Yani and his exwife ran Chunk N Cheese it was tops.
This is meant for another pizza shop - not Pizza Time in Foxboro.
LEC

Apopka, FL

#7 Sep 13, 2009
Pizza Time in Foxboro is a real gem. We had a veggie pizza which was truly the best I've had in a long time. The crust is crispy without being overdone and the cheese topping is wonderful. Took 2 frazolas to a friend's and they were a hit. The decor is lovely - very tasteful, bright and clean. The owner is very personable and takes an interest in his customers. All in all, a very nice experience and well worth a return trip. In fact, several customers said they were there at the recommendation of friends. Pizza Time is a nice addition to the Foxboro area.
whoelse

Foxboro, MA

#8 Sep 18, 2009
I tried their buffalo chicken Frazolla (A stuffed french bread), and it was excellent. I got extra hot sauce and bleu cheese dressing on the side to dip it in, and both the hot sauce and the bleu cheese dressing was also excellent.
Irish Blood

Sharon, MA

#9 Oct 3, 2009
Amy Ashford wrote:
Decided to try this new place since I live in Foxboro. With the name, I thought it was one of those family friendly type places, but it is just a regular greasy greek owned sub shop. I decided to get a slice of pizza to see if it was any good before I invested in a large pizza for the family. Well, it was quite disappointing. Just a thick crist, way too much cheese and sauce, extremely greasy flavorless slice. I am not a fan of greek style pizza, which is what this is. If you like a real Italian style pizza, go to Sal's and Mal's in Foxboro on Wall St. The best. If you want greek pizza and subs, go to Omega Pizza just across the street, they have been there for years. I hope this place does not take away any of their business.
I have not tried Pizza Time in Foxboro but I had to respond in regards to Sal and Mal's. When they first open they were pretty good. The calzones were great. But the pizza was always burnt on the bottom, yet the top was good. Oven appears to be too hot. But the last time I went in there, the place was filthy. I'm surprised that the board of health hasn't warned them.

I will make a point of trying Pizza Time
I actually like lots of cheese on my pizza.
yummy

AOL

#10 Oct 5, 2009
Pizza is the best
Rocky

AOL

#11 Oct 8, 2009
Pizza is good, crispy, plenty of cheese and toppings. Very clean.
ken

Plainville, MA

#12 Oct 27, 2009
great steak sub on garlic bread nice decor
georgiegurl

Plainville, MA

#13 Nov 8, 2009
Irish Blood wrote:
<quoted text>
I have not tried Pizza Time in Foxboro but I had to respond in regards to Sal and Mal's. When they first open they were pretty good. The calzones were great. But the pizza was always burnt on the bottom, yet the top was good. Oven appears to be too hot. But the last time I went in there, the place was filthy. I'm surprised that the board of health hasn't warned them.
I will make a point of trying Pizza Time
I actually like lots of cheese on my pizza.
I HAVE TO RESPOND TO THE LAST COMMENT, THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OLD AND FILTHY SALS AND MALS IS INDEED OLD INSIDE BUT NOT FILTHY,THERE IS ALWAYS A WOMAN IN THERE EVRYTIME I GO CONSTANTLY WIPING THINGS DOWN CLEANING ETC. SHE ALWAYS MAKES ME MY LUNCH AND ALWAYS REMEMBERS MY NAME AND HOW I LIKE MY SUB THE PIZZA IS BY FAR THE BEST YOU'LL FIND IN FOXBORO HANDS DOWN,THE BUILDING IS INDEED OLD AND RUNDOWN BUT LOOK CLOSELY AT THE PLACE WELL KEPT AND CLEAN BEHIND THE SCENES I'M A FAN AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE PIZZA SLICES
georgiegurl

Plainville, MA

#14 Nov 8, 2009
I HAVE TO RESPOND TO THE SAL'S AND MALS POST THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "OLD" AND "FILTHY" SALS AND MALS IS INDEED OLD BUT NO WAY NEAR FILTHY,EVERYTIME I HAVE BEEN THERE, THERE IS A WOMAN THERE CLEANING SCRUBBING WIPING DOWN,SHE HAS BROUGHT THAT PLACE BACK TO LIFE, THE PIZZA SLICES UP FRONT ARE A SLICE OF HEAVEN THE BEST YOU'LL FIND IN FOXBORO, I'M A BIG FAN OF SAL'S AND MAL'S LOOK PAST THE AGEING BUILDING AND INTO THE KITCHEN WERE YOUR FOOD IS BEING MADE,IT IS CLEAN AND WELL KEPT ONE OF THE FEW PLACES I WILL EAT IN FOXBORO
Jay

Sharon, MA

#15 Nov 20, 2009
Consistently excellent and a departure from "typical" pizza joints. I try something different each time I visit.

My top 5 (in no particular order)

1) Saki's Steak Special-Steak and feta on garlic bread!
2) Buffalo Chicken Frazola- Bread stuffed with spicy chicken and cheese.
3) Polo Pizza- Chicken, Whole Garlic, Broccoli, and Alfredo sauce.(Rich, but worth every calorie).
4) Omelet Sandwich with Potato and Ham (the best late morning breakfast I've had in a long time).
5) White Buffalo Pizza- Blue cheese sauce (no red sauce), Buffalo Chicken

A bit off the main drag, but a must try if you're in the area!
Amy

Mansfield, MA

#16 Nov 30, 2009
I can only assume that you don't like the owners, thought you got ripped off or had one bad experience. Their pizza has never been burnt, top or bottom. I have been coming here for 7 years. You can request it to be crispier and they will cook it longer in the oven for you. The place is not filthy, never has been. They just renovated the floors and painted. Nice hardwood floors now, maybe you came in during the renovations.
Amy

Mansfield, MA

#17 Dec 4, 2009
Irish Blood wrote:
<quoted text>
I have not tried Pizza Time in Foxboro but I had to respond in regards to Sal and Mal's. When they first open they were pretty good. The calzones were great. But the pizza was always burnt on the bottom, yet the top was good. Oven appears to be too hot. But the last time I went in there, the place was filthy. I'm surprised that the board of health hasn't warned them.
I will make a point of trying Pizza Time
I actually like lots of cheese on my pizza.
I can only assume that you don't like the owners, thought you got ripped off or had one bad experience. Their pizza has never been burnt, top or bottom. I have been coming here for 7 years. You can request it to be crispier and they will cook it longer in the oven for you. The place is not filthy, never has been. They just renovated the floors and painted. Nice hardwood floors now, maybe you came in during the renovations.
Joe

Plainville, MA

#18 Feb 25, 2010
GRL wrote:
DON'T KNOW WHERE THEY GET OFF WITH THE $1.89 COKES WHEN THERES A WALGREENS IN THE SAME PARKING LOT, HAD A COUPLE OF THE SANDWITCHES, NOTHING GREAT WILL TRY PIZZA AND WRITE ANOTHER REVIEW!!!
so why dont you take the walk to walgreens and save yourself the 20 cents on a coke. wow.
Nadine - Newton MA

United States

#19 Jun 1, 2010
Pizza is great! The Buffalo Chicken Frazola is awesome! Can't wait to go back! Place is clean and bright. Owner is very friendly to his customers!
MTO

Norfolk, MA

#20 Jun 2, 2010
Pizza Time in Foxboro..........is the BEST!!!! My favorite is their grilled chicken salad! The chicken is perfectly seasoned and the veggies are always very fresh!
If you are looking for a top notch pizza place and delicious, fresh food.....then you definitely should visit Pizza Time! Hope you like it as much as my family and I do.

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