That pizza is actually better than Wicked Wedge. I looked at their menu - which was extremely simplistic - and the only info I could find was 'pizza and salad'. The crust was thick which I am a fan of, but what was really lacking was the crunch on the exterior of the crust and then the nice bread dough on the inside. Yesterday I finally made the move and inhaled a pepperoni wedge at Chinook Mall. It was nice to bite into a ball of mozza every now and then so that I could taste the other elements of the pie.
The high heat blasts the crust, creating golden brown edges and sturdy crust with little pizza flop. Or maybe you've just had a few brews at the Ship and Anchor and it's 1:37am and you could use a wedge. Just loaded with toppings, tasted really fresh. My only grip was the dough was a bit thin. Son Randy and daughter-in-law Monica help run Wicked Pie. Anyways, she served me up a slice and placed it on butcher paper which was on the tray. Defeated by your foot shape you decide it's time for a wedge.
Look to the rear of the restaurant for that beautiful gas-plumbed Wood Stone stove. Or maybe it's 5:27pm and you're window shopping looking at Fluevogs along 17th Ave, you went in try on some blue boots but the toes just don't fit quite right. By subscribing I agree to the and have read the. But at 7:30 on a weeknight, there were no lineups for your delicious pizza, and the piece I got was not so fresh from the oven. Seating for 50 includes an eat-in bar and a banquette along the opposite wall lined with chairs, plus tables for small to large groups. It was cold, dry, no flavour and I asked for a refund. So many choices in the food court at Chinook Centre.
The cheese was used pretty sparingly but I think that is appropriate for this pizza. Palate: Why yes Shelli, the one with the red onion and Gouda? The plastic cutlery was pretty useless trying to cut through the tough crust. I will definitely hit it up next time I am at Chinook! I hope you enjoy Una as much as I did! Una Pizzeria is a great place to grab a drink, have some small bites, and to share a pizza. I think The Wicked Wedge should be coined 'The Last Stop Of The Late Night' pizza joint. Best pizza in Calgary is wickedly incorrect. Well after reading all the reviews about the downtown location I was very excited to see this one coming to Chinook center.
Part of me is happy that those who loved you in your past life on 17th Ave can now find you in Chinook Centre, but a part of me weeps for the loss of one of my favourite late night eats places. However I did learn that Wicked Wedge has re-opened in the Chinook Mall Food Court. Even the end crust was light and crusty and I happy finished it without any dipping sauce. Yes, they are at the mall was there last night and was delicious. However, there could be more meat and flavor. When I was staying in Calgary for a week a few years ago, I had a slice every day.
The salami made my mouth water and the chilies definitely fired up my taste buds. I loved the food more than the pie, especially the prosciutto walnuts. They've got a giant list of ingredients if you want to create your own pizza. Pizza was bad but the poser advertising was worse. Presumably again from people who have never eaten pizza anywhere else. It's the most flavourful 'Za I've ever tasted.
The orange and spinach were nice fillers. I've tried Wicked Wedge a few times, but it's only ever been at food events where you just get a sample. Five years ago, they expanded to a pizza stand at the Puyallup fair. This is my hometown pizza review. The staff are somewhat friendly but I can't say they are really customer service orriented at least not when I visited. I'm a saucy girl, so it tickles me happy when they give me a free dipping sauce with every slice of pizza.
The pizza was always dry, the toppings a bit burnt, and the cheese lacking. Still - Good pizza and a great deal with the Groupon. This is what's wrong with pizza in this province. Sorry, but we will never eat there again, not in a pinch or if we were starving! From the booze list: Interesting finds abound in a downtown that has more beer than cocktails. The rub was delicious with the skin being especially flavourful and crispy.
The crust has a health sort of look to it - like it was made with whole wheat flour or something. I ended up ordering the one loaded with vegetables, meat and cheese. Lighting turns moody at night with mismatched chandeliers on the funkier side. So today I thought what better way than to give Wicked Wedge a shot. Simple flavours, rich and tasty.