The place is like a little kiosk with only 4 barstools for dine-in, where the 20ish crowd with a limited income comes to have a quick bite. One male diner was singing to his girlfriend, ""Honey, we ain't got money, but I'm so love with you..."" when she exclaimed ""this is it???"" upon finding out where he was taking her for dinner. If you're a fan of thin crust pizza like I am, their pizza has an airy crust reminding me of those fried donuts at Chinese restaurants that they serve with rice porridge, without the greasy oil. It's very good. The tomato sauce was sort of zesty and salty. We only tried the pepperoni pizza, but I couldn't wait to take a 2nd bite that I burnt my palate. It was that good. Now I'm thinking of the next time when I can try one of their specials. Don't forget to check out the take-out menu where there maybe coupons offering you discounts on the whole pies (M, L, XL).
Pros: Great thin crust flour pizza, light and airy, not doughy
Cons: better for takeout, limited places to sit and eat, some chairs out front