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Posted by Anonymous on 10/08/2012
I live right across the street from this restaurant but choose not to go here. I've tried them twice (once pizza, the other time pasta) and felt that their food was really bland and boring. I probably won't go back unless meeting some friends of mine that absolutely love the place and go every month. So I'd just have to say it's a personal preference thing. Maybe it'll be great for you, but for me, not so much.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/06/2012
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2011
It was our first time at Victorio's due to my 8 year old nephew's request. We should have walked out from the minute we stepped into the restaurant but did not want to disappoint our nephew who really wanted to eat there. The waitress was not attentive, checked on us once, had to wait for 20 minutes after asking twice for a glass of water. After ordering our food and over a 40 minute wait, I asked the waitress about how long it will be before we get our food, she went back to the kitchen and never came out to let us know. The food was actually good when it finally arrived. The garlic bread and the house salad were subpar. I am very disappointed and will never step a foot in this restaurant again. The management needs to invest in good waitresses or train the ones they have on customer service.
Posted by Betsy on 11/13/2010
We were going to order from Pitfire, but it was before 5 and they don't deliver before 5. So, I googled thin crust pizza and Victorio's had good reviews. So glad Pitfire didn't deliver. So fresh, and the salad was great and the blue cheese dressing was sooo good as a dip for the pizza crusts til the puppy (big) jumped up on the counter when we weren't looking and grabbed the blue cheese. Everyone was nice, the delivery guy and the guy on the phone. Important!!
Posted by plumber on 11/06/2010
I called in for a pickup, ordered and asked if it would be done in 20 minutes, i was told about 25 minutes and was alright with this. When I arrived the food took an extra 15 minutes and was just ok. The fettucini was clumpy and semi warm as if it had been sitting for a time. The garlic bread was soft and lacking good garlic flavor. I had asked for extra cheese on the ceaser salad and instead of extra it looked as if they barely put any on them. In the past the food has been better than this, but they are consistantly slow when your put an order in for pickup. I don't believe i'll be returning and I will pass this on to my friends and family.
Posted by Audrey on 06/29/2010
I was looking for an affordable but nice venue to hold my b-day party, knowing that I was paying for 8. I found it, and it was the best B-day party I ever had. We ordered the family value meal for everyone, and the restaurant reserved and set up a great square table for us where we were all facing each other. Also, it was Big Band night, and we enjoyed being seated right next to the dance floor and swing dancing the night away. The food was delicious - all my guests loved it, and the band even led in song "Happy B-day" for me. This was my first time at this restaurant, and we have been back since. My Dad even wants to hold his upcoming b-day party here now.
Posted by Vera on 06/21/2008
I've tried a number of LA spots trying to get a quality Chicago style thin crust pizza. And by Chicago style I mean "Welcome Inn" or "D'Agostino's". The crusts vary slightly between these Chicago stalwarts, but they have wafer thin crusts and crispy edges. Victorio's comes the closest. Amore's comes in second.