Coventry Pizza is near the lake in Coventry Connecticut. For me to get
there it is a pleasant 3 mile ride thru Nathan Hale State Forest. We
have been going there for many years, and it's always a satisfying
experience. The new owner made this a superior restaurant I highly recommend.
They have beer, wine, and a full bar. They also have a kid menu. We
enjoyed Antipasto Salad on a previous visit, it was great. I also like
the Fisherman's Platter. They do take-out pizza and grinders. Sit-down can get appetizers, steak, veal, pork, fish, chicken, seafood, burgers, fries, pasta, salads, veggies, and desserts.
This time we went on a Friday night. Liz had Veal Cutlet Parmesan, and I had Baked Lasagna. Both had a delicious red tomato sauce and lots of mozzarella. Both had great taste and texture. We will go back for breakfast on weekends. They open 7 am on Saturdays & Sundays. On menu; eggs, home fries, ham, bacon, sausage, omelets, French toast, English muffins, pancakes, & bagels.
Coventry Pizza, review #2 Breakfast review: Liz and I went for breakfast Sunday 11am. Our waitress, Kim, told us about the specials and I was interested in the ""Italian Omelette"". Liz got blueberry pancakes and bacon, which she loved. My Italian Omelette came with delicious potatoes, and toast (I like my toast dark). Inside the omelette was sausage, onions, peppers, cheddar and provolone cheeses.
Reggie is the chef. He says he also puts garlic powder inside, and flips the omelette over at the perfect time to melt all the cheeses properly. After it is in the plate they pour marinara sauce and grated cheese across the top. It was truly amazing. This was the best breakfast I ever got anywhere. I took photos of our dishes (the first time I ever did this).