Perhaps there was a time when Totonno's was a must-have on the list of pizzerias, but I missed that wave. The place looks very charming from inside and out, offering a nice, cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy your pizza. But to be honest, if someone were to ask me how it was, I'd just shrug my shoulders. Maybe it's the thin crust, but the slices have the feeling of being soggy and requiring a knife and a fork in order to be consumed. And pizza was meant to be eaten with your hands.
This is 'fanci-ful' pizza for those who like to think they're cutting carbs due to the lack of bread or that thin-crust is just more sophisticated. For a place that advertises itself purely on the merit of its pizza, it's sorely lacking.