Orlando-area Gia's Pizza and Pasta is...

Orlando-area Gia's Pizza and Pasta is authentic Sicilian

There are 9 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jan 20, 2008, titled Orlando-area Gia's Pizza and Pasta is authentic Sicilian. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

At Gia's Pizza and Pasta, a favorite recipe is direct from Sicily. And so is co-owner Franco Marino, who moved to the United States in 1994.

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My name is Earl

Fort Myers, FL

#1 Jan 20, 2008
I ate there a few weeks ago. Nothing special. It's about the same as Spiros, Lil Anthony's and that place next to Gold's Gym. Someone really needs to bring a GREAT restaurant into Clermont.
DiverMom

Orlando, FL

#2 Jan 20, 2008
Their house salad dressing is great. The food was good, I thought... Much success to them. We need to support our local businesses, and I love having them here in Clermont!!
Johnny 5

Spring Hill, TN

#3 Jan 29, 2008
Awesome food!! What a great addition to Clermont. Nothing but the best to you guys!
john t

Orlando, FL

#5 Feb 5, 2008
if you are looking for a steak and cheese sandwich this is not the place...they say steak on the menu but give you pre cooked roast beef..terrible...the owners reason is that no one in Florida knowws the difference....well then why not say roast beef and cheese rather then mislead the customer.... this guy is rude and will not be in buisness in the next 6 months....if you want a good sandwich go to Chefs table right down the road on 27 they use steak on real thier sandwiches...I paid to find out this place sucks!!!!! Never again I will tell all who asks about this place to avoid it
cole

AOL

#6 Mar 5, 2008
john t wrote:
if you are looking for a steak and cheese sandwich this is not the place...they say steak on the menu but give you pre cooked roast beef..terrible...the owners reason is that no one in Florida knowws the difference....well then why not say roast beef and cheese rather then mislead the customer.... this guy is rude and will not be in buisness in the next 6 months....if you want a good sandwich go to Chefs table right down the road on 27 they use steak on real thier sandwiches...I paid to find out this place sucks!!!!! Never again I will tell all who asks about this place to avoid it
you must work for the chef table. why you on all websites telling poeple to go there! get a life
Amy M

Orlando, FL

#7 Mar 6, 2008
I go to NYPD Pizza in Metro West or Kissimmee for real authentic New York pizza. Gia's uses too many cheap products and you can taste it, don'y waste your money.
Chris Senzamici

Winter Springs, FL

#8 May 16, 2008
I like the place. Pizza is good. To say they are like lil Anthony's is wrong. The pizza crust is totally different. I like them both. It depends on what you are in the mood for. Their crust is more like what I grew up with in NY. Hey, we had bad pizza joints in NY too. They weren't all good. I did like this pizza though. The sausage and pepper sub was excellent. Zeppoli's had the right flavor but wrong consistency. I did enjoy them though. Been there several times now. And, they were very nice people. Even brought me out some garlic rolls while I waited for my sub. Good people. Good food. I'll go back (probably tomorrow)!
Chris Senzamici

Winter Springs, FL

#9 May 16, 2008
...and I am from Clermont. Not New Port Richie
ti ammazzo

San Antonio, TX

#10 Jul 24, 2008
john t wrote:
if you are looking for a steak and cheese sandwich this is not the place...they say steak on the menu but give you pre cooked roast beef..terrible...the owners reason is that no one in Florida knowws the difference....well then why not say roast beef and cheese rather then mislead the customer.... this guy is rude and will not be in buisness in the next 6 months....if you want a good sandwich go to Chefs table right down the road on 27 they use steak on real thier sandwiches...I paid to find out this place sucks!!!!! Never again I will tell all who asks about this place to avoid it
tu sei un rincoglionito se vedo la tua faccia ti amazzu capishi

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