i love the toppings of our two pizzas. morroccan lamb and the other one, i think it's called supreme or something on that line. however, i was disappointed with the crust. it was too thick for my liking (although it is way better than the pizza hut variety) i like my pizza crust thin and wood-fired so this was a little let down for me. i guess it's personal preference here...
Full review at: http://hungrymaneats.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/crust-gourmet-pizza-bar/
Been to Crust three times already, and have always enjoyed it. The pizzas here have a delectable crust, as the name suggests, and they have a great variety of pizzas with great combinations of toppings.
My top three recommendations are (more reviews and photos at the link above):
Mediterranean Lamb: Overall very tasty and the lamb and feta combination is great, but the tangy yogurt drizzle made the pizza superb.
Wild Mushroom: Great. Mix of wild mushrooms brought a nice earthy flavour along with the asparagus and pine nuts, really emphasized with the truffle oil which also added a nice fragrance. Delicious with the Bechamel sauce base.
Gourmet Cheese: My favourite pizza here and it keeps me coming back. Deliciously gooey, melty cheeses, the mozzarella being a perfect springy base, the gorgonzola adding a crumbly salty kick, and the feta being a creamy binder for all of it together. I have dreams about this pizza, it is that good.
Overall, have always enjoyed my food here at Crust. Definitely a better outlet than the one at Thompson, so if you're looking for great pizza, here's a place for you.
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