Pizza >Pizza Perfect
357 Clofton Dr, Nashville, TN | Directions 3722136.064125 -86.939191
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 10pm
Neighborhoods: Harpeth Valley Park
Delicious Food, Great Service – My family and I ate here for the first time last night and we were highly impressed with the quality of the food as well as the service. We ordered a Sicilian style extra large cheese pizza as well as a beef lasagna entree. Both were delicious. The service was great- they were very efficient in quickly taking the order from the long line of people that formed. Most of the people working there seemed to be teenagers and I was impressed with how respectful and friendly they were with the customers. The back room is full of games (games take quarters, not tokens) for young children. It was, as expected, extremely crowded. This is a good alternative for those who are sick of Chuck E Cheese. Felt like I was in a "mom and pop" pizza joint.
Great Pizza Good Service – We go to this place in Bellevue very often. I must say that staff is young and very friendly and helpful. We tried many pizzerias in Nashville and Pizza Perfect is the best-the best dough, best topping ingredients, best canolli-we love it! It is also tough to stand in front of those hot ovens to make pizza all day long for those guys. I would like to thank them for delivering such a great, convenient, and tasty food. BWT, we always have great experience with a manager.
great food, bad service – i love their pizza. i don't think it's the best, but i definately think it's good. the place is always clean. sometimes it gets too crowded though and full of kids.
the other night i was in there, and was told my pizza would take 15 minutes. not a big deal. 40 minutes goes by, still no pizza. meanwhile tons of other tables are getting their orders as well as people who came in to order take out. we ask the girl at the counter what is taken so long. it looked like they were JUST putting our pizza in!!!! we talked to the manager who insulted our intelligence by telling us obvious B.S.
love the pizza, definately won't be back!!!!
almost edible! – Another stop on the pizza grail trail. If you order a pie to consume on the spot, not bad. But like all baked goods I have encountered in Nashville-vs-New Jersey, the shelf life is dramatically reduced after a few hours. Unlike, it seems, most of the world, my second favorite pizza is a cold slice in the morning with a nice cup of black coffee. However this is where the trouble starts - by the morning the crust is totally rock hard stale. Sigh.... The pie, a little pricey, should only be one size, and the sauce is a little overpowering, the acidity level masks the creamy flavor of the cheese. The harmony is off. The sausage pie is an example perfectly executed proportions. Not stingy at all - and good flavored sausage too.
Spinach Lasagna with red sauce? That seems wrong I also am troubled by some of the factory style preparation of some of the other pasta dishes. The portions appear to be pre-wrapped, doused in a sauce of one kind or another and then run through an "easy-bake" oven (like a bagel toaster). Not exactly home cooking. As evidenced by the throngs of patrons there daily, their formula seems to work, but for me I'll stick to a sausage pie and a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
Fabulous Pizza – We usually order the largest size so we can take home leftovers.
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