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Location: 949 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON
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(416) 462-9666
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Website: http://pizza-pide.com
Cuisine: Pizza  Turkish  

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reviewed by nene and metin,   visited on 2008-05-28 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $5  
my boyfriend who is a turkish guy brought me to this place to try their pizza (pide), and ever since then i am always craving for this unique and delicious food... the pide is just so fresh and tasty, my favorite is the assorted one, which they used 5 different kinds of toppings in one pizza. i like the spinach and cheese, their ground beef, and also that one with plain cheese in it. even my friend who tried it learned to love it too. that's true their size is quite big and u would think u can't finish them but when u start eating u'll forget about diet!!! try it for yourself.

reviewed by pimentdespelette,   visited on 2006-12-05 ,  overall
Absolutely right about the regular pizzas. They even use canned sauce. But it's just a sop to the neighbourhood—I don't doubt they kept having people coming in wanting pepperoni. But ordering regular pizza there is kind of like going to Naples and ordering a Big Mac. Pide's their thing. Pizza? Feh.

reviewed by embee,   visited on 2006-11-08 ,  overall
Best pizza in the city, so long as you get the Turkish stuff. The "regular" pizzas are awful.

reviewed by julesrules,   visited on 2006-10-21 ,  overall
Yes somewhere around $10 and more than enough for one person - we ordered two at lunch for two people and had about half a pie left to take home.

reviewed by torontogal,   visited on 2006-10-19 ,  overall
Definitely, give them a try - Pizza Pide serves excellent turkish pizza. And yes, the sampler is the best way to start. I think the sampler runs around 9-10 dollars. The service is excellent and everything is made from fresh ingredients while you wait.

I've heard the pizza pide with egg is great but I haven't tried it yet. Maybe I'll order next time!

reviewed by bobbieMac,   visited on 2006-09-04 ,  overall
Yes, the Turkish pizza is very tasty. For a first timer, I would recommend the sampler Pizza that includes 5 different types of pizza. It's one pie that's divided into 5 separate sections for the ingredients, not 5 ingredients mixed together. The sampler includes minced beef, pastrami, roasted lamb, chicken, and a turkish sausage sections. Each pie is accomponied with onion, parsley, and lemon as garnishes. Not sure if they're ment to be eaten, but I add a bit of each garnish to the pie as i'm eating....mmm....

reviewed by Gritseeker,   visited on 2006-08-03 ,  overall
It's Pizza Pide (pee-day) and it's incredible. The very friendly owner has only basic english but he has a photo menu board and a new website: http://www.pizza-pide.com/

reviewed by Cat,   visited on 2006-07-15 ,  overall
I had the ground beef with baked, sunny side up eggs. It was really tasty and impressive-looking just in terms of the huge size of the pide which comes on a extra long tray.

In fact, the owner says people are a bit surprised when they see the size of the pide. They are all like it's too big, it's too big but they always end up finishing it. Two people can share one easily I would say.

The place looks like a fast food take out place with booth seating. He also has "normal pizza" but by all means... go for the pide.

The price ranges from $7 to $10.

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