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Desserts Plus

Posted by Staff / Listed on May 1, 2012 / review policy

Desserts Plus WoodbridgeDesserts Plus features a menu with 22 wood oven-cooked pizzas to choose from. If there's a type of pasta dish or sauce that you don't see, they have no issues interpreting your instructions and making it for you. My favourite pizza here is Rocky's Choice, a potato pie named after their late father and culinary inspiration.



R&U / June 30, 2012 at 08:36 pm
The BEST Italian restaurant around! This place offers great food, large portions, reasonable prices, and a great variety of menu items that you can customize to your liking. The staff is very friendly and make you feel like you're at home. No matter what you order, you can't go wrong because you will love it! My favourite is their penne with a la vodka sauce and chicken or veal parmasan. I'm not much into writing reviews, but this one is worth writing about.
BL / July 13, 2012 at 04:52 pm
What is veal parmasan? I don't know the word "parmasan", but it sounds alot like parmigiano, any similarities? Their pizzas are phenomenal, all the other food is pretty good, and of course, the service is always terrible (which seems to be the norm in the Woodbridge area). Above all else, the reason for their success is the quality to price ratio of their food, although the quality is pretty good, the prices are really low, thus making Desserts Plus and excellent value.
RR / July 31, 2012 at 08:03 am
Have any of you dopes ever eaten Italian food ? They serve slop! under seasoned, over cooked enormous portions of food ! The service is horrific and consistently rude but it seems the "pecora's" in Woodbridge just care about how much food they can jam down for the cheapest price.
foodcritic1 / August 11, 2012 at 04:24 pm
In a sea full of watered down Italian restaurants, the quality of the Dessert's Plus menu stands out. However, when you enter the restaurant, you're bombarded by a large quantity of loud people. Once you've waited a suitable amount of time, you're placed in close proximity to the loud people, and you're forced to choose from the large menu. If you can find a waiter to take your order, you will be verbally abused. Realistically, the food is good, the cost is great, but only if you can get past the horrendous service.
foodalist / November 5, 2012 at 10:32 pm
This restaurant offers Nonna style food at bargain prices. The pizzas are great. The other food items are average. I have eaten here 3 times. First time I went, Pizza was great and my friend and I shared a great dessert. Second time I went, I ordered veal piccata and it was a disappointment. My husband ordered the veal parmesan and the tomato sauce was pretty acrid. I cringed when I saw the caesar salad place the salad on the same plate as the veal. It ruined the taste of everything. When I asked for a separate plate for salad, the waiter gave me a "look". This is not a good sign. The waiter was really rude to us from then on. The third time I went, I took my family because they like pizza and the prices are great for a family. The waiting area spills into the restaurant which makes the guests uncomfortable as well as the hungry hordes that fill the ante room. In short, go with a family because you can save big on taking everyone out and get great pizzas and pasta. Don't bother ordering the veal dinners. Go early.
Carla / August 1, 2013 at 02:42 pm
RR have YOU ever eaten real italian food? since when is eating too much of a good thing so bad!?! get real - i know you want to be different but honestly you're a fool!
RD / December 10, 2014 at 03:01 pm
Love this place. I go with my BFF every birthday and find the food consistently delicious. The amount is great as I get to take some home and enjoy the next day.

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