Pizza >Sir Pizza Restaurants
1902 E Main St, Murfreesboro, TN | Directions 3713035.841080 -86.360699
Monday-Friday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
My favorite pizza anywhere is Sir Pizza. Try the King's Feast, or the Queen's Feast or the Farmer's Almanac! They are amazing, and no other pizza tastes like these do. Toppings to the very edge of the pizza and cut in unique rectangular pieces. I go out of my way to find a Sir Pizza. The service may not always be the fastest, but the pizza is amazing!
Terrible Terrible---Terrible – The headline says it all. How can anyone call THAT a pizza. Only someone with no knowledge of what a real pizza is could find anything good to say about that stuff. Wish there were a zero on here, it hurts to even give them one star
Not very good – Really not good. The sauce was tasteless, the toppings looked like they came off a frozen pizza. We're not going back
Can I get a drink? – I went to sir pizza on a tuesday night with my fiance. We heard it was buy one pizza get one for free that evening so we decided to try it out. It was decently busy but the waitress came to the table shortly after we were seated. Being a server myself, I could tell she was busy but we were ready to order. After she took our order we did not see her or our drinks until the pizza came out fifteen to twenty minutes later. Their pizza was ok but after I finished my first drink it was never refilled again. When I told the manager I felt like I shouldn't be charged for them, the "snot nosed 12 year old" manager tells me " I'm already giving you a free pizza." So was everyone else that night! Point is, if you don't mind dealing with garbage service you'll get a free pizza out of it. Don't bother!
Worst pizza ever – if you like Totino's toaster oven-style pizza then you'll like this pizza. What's the deal with the little "bits" of simulated pepperoni and toppings, bland sauce and cardboard crust? Can't see how this chain stays in business. I also ate at the new one in Clarksville and it was horrible. Anyone that says they like this pizza doesn't know what good pizza is. Better off going to Papa Johns or Pizza Roma.
Worst Pizza in town by far. Worst place to eat a Pizza Buffet. – This is the worst pizza place in which I have eaten. I work near the Sir Pizza on Church St. This location is horrible. The buffet is never ready at 11 o'clock and is hardly ready by 11:15. Today I went to give it a last chance and I vow to never go back. The pizza was all old on the buffet and I got there at 12:15. So in an hour the pizza was old looking, hard and cold. The staff there is not very friendly either b/c I have been going in there for awhile and they have never acknowledged me or the fact that I always wait on them to bring out the pizza 20 minutes after they are open. Just had to review after many bad experiences at this restaurant. I say survival of the best restaurants and let this one die.
Disappointing in every way – Very poor pizza, tastes like a bad version of the Jeno's frozen pizza. Delivery took 1 1/2 hours on a Sunday night and was very expensive. We won't be back!!!
BEST PIZZA ANYWHERE! – No other pizza place on the planet compares with this Sir Pizza. Not even the other Sir Pizza's! I can remember my daddy bringing home one of their steaming pies wrapped in a white paper envelope (this is before the "pizza box" was invented) fighting off the groping, grabbing hands of hungry kids who knew what real pizza tasted like. No grease here, folks! Just wonderful homemade pizza with a special sauce. If you decide to eat-in, enjoy the handmade stained glass light fixtures. You can also watch your pizza being made through the looking glass.
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