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Pizza Pide

Posted by Staff / Listed on March 23, 2011 / review policy

Pizza PidePizza Pide has occasionally been tagged as hit-or-miss but my most recent visit has me falling in love all over again. The Kiymali Acik topped with tender beef is a perfect blend of saltyness and savouryness and is ideally accompanied by all the traditional fixins'- parsley, tomato, hot pepper, raw onion, and some ice cold aryan. Although portions are quite large, the pide here is possibly bigger in flavour than in size.



Tdog / July 29, 2010 at 11:47 am
by far the best pizza i've had. its different and is full of flavour. the place looks ok, but definitely a place i'll visit at least once every 2 weeks. And its cheap.
cogliano / November 9, 2010 at 11:27 pm
it isnt just toronto's best pizza store its canada's best store. the workers are very kind and full of joy , pizza's great and the vegetables that come with it are the best vegetables i have ever had.
Number 18 ( assorted) and Number 17 ( spenich and feta cheese) personaly favorite.
foodie27 / February 22, 2011 at 08:11 pm
I've been going to this place for years. Glad others are discovering it. It's Turkish pizza (called pide) which is traditionally shaped like boats. It's thinner oval cousin is lahmacun. My fave is the ground beef with cooked scrambled egg on top. This is the only good one downtown. The others are far north of the city.
RP / March 4, 2011 at 09:21 pm
A friend went to Turkey on a trip, came back looking for turkish food, and found Pizza Pide. He took me one day, and I'm hooked on this! Less greasy than a traditional pizza!

I would highly reco. the #18 because you can try all the different toppings in one! and only $9.99 i think. So good!

And although I personally don't like it, try the Aryan (?) yogurt drink. It's a salty yogurt drink. friend likes it and gets it with his pide every time.

DeeDeeNewell / May 23, 2011 at 04:58 am
Thx to these reviews we went (hubby & son) yesterday. We actually got their 3 topping xlrg pizza. It was absolutely delicious! Best pizza I've had since Riverside Pizza in Vancouver 20 years ago! The Turkish sausage is fantastic & the pizza itself loaded with flavor. It's not greasy at all & the taste is light and delectable. I recommend this place 100%.
CJ / October 28, 2011 at 12:31 am
First a statement...

Pizza is not health food.

This is the reason that I like to be picky when having pizza, if I am going to pollute myself with something that is bad for me, I want it to be tasty.

Pizza Pide is tasty, yummy unhealthy goodness.

Only issue is how to pronounce PIDE...
Is it like Pie'd or PeeDee?

Who cares, just eat the pizza and smile.
dazzlechild / April 23, 2012 at 04:21 pm
Please update this site! The website link doesn't take you to the restaurant's website but to some stupid ad-filled page.
Pizza / January 6, 2013 at 06:22 pm
I have never seen a pizza shaped like that before, I a fascinated to try it, it is on my to try list!
R2TO / April 13, 2013 at 11:41 am
I pity the fool that hasn't tried Pizza Pide yet! Try the #1. Lahmacun, my personal favourite.

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