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Posted by dpurple on 01/02/2013
we were disappointed in the goat cheese pizza and the strong flavor of it, to much pizza almost burnt to dry. Actually some was.
Posted by Lindy13 on 04/08/2011
Amazing pizza. Best pizza in LA. Just wished they delivered further west. Mozza to go can be really annoying when they don't answer the door. I've waited on the street outside the door for 15 minutes just banging on the door trying to pick up my to go order. It can be obnoxious. It can be a challenge to get there in traffic from Beverly Hills. But the pizza is so good, I keep going back anyways.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2011
Kind of surprised by the bad reviews, but no place is perfect i guess. Mozza is one of the LA eateries I frequent about once a month or so and the food has always been consistent. Chewy crusted pizzas with about 15 topping combo selections, heaping fresh staple salads that are well dressed, and a rarity in many restaurants, a variety of vegetable side options, each prepared to counterpoint the natural veggie flavor with respect and subtlety. The service can lag, so I like to sit at the bar. Noise levels during peak times can also be somewhat obnoxious. But if you time it right, Mozza can deliver some of the most delicious, innovative, wood fired pizzas in Los Angeles, whether you're in "the industry" or not.
Posted by lafdcook on 05/29/2010
I love the food at Mozza. I think it's some of the best pizza I"ve had before. I have lived in New York and truly appreciate a great pizza. This is the real deal. Order tha "pizza bianca" with sausage and you will not be disappointed. The butterscotch budino is to die for. All and all, a fabulous experience!
Posted by Christine on 02/23/2010
Silverton and Batali have done it again!! Mozza is by far the best pizza in all of LA.
Posted by jojo on 06/02/2009
just because you have a wood fire oven doesn't mean you know how to make a great pizza. i don't know what they do to make their pizza dough, but it's quite magical. who knows dough better than nancy silverton though, right? the toppings may not be what most would put first on a pizza they definitely know what works. it's a small, cozy place with great service. it was pretty cool that the first time i went mario batali was there with his family, orange crocs and all, enjoying the amazing food.
Posted by Judi on 01/22/2009
This is now my 6th time to Pizzera Mozza and it is still the same; great pizza and entres. I love this place and can't wait to go back in April