It was a lazy, kind of sickly day, and a suggestion of delivery pizza sounded pretty good. I hit up grubhub to find an acceptable place. It’s not easy. When you’ve set a goal for yourself like I have you have to make certain sacrifices, one of them being denying yourself pizza you know to be delicious to engage in the crapshoot of randomly picking a Tenderloin delivery-only pizza joint. But that is my cross to bear, and so I waded through 20 something restaurants before settling on EZ Pizza. What made me choose that particular one? Well, first off getting delivery from EZ meant that I wouldn’t have to eat there; it’s located on Taylor between Turk and Golden Gate, which I have to admit is not my favorite area to hang out in. Second, it has fair reviews on Yelp, which I take with a grain of salt, but are nice to see. And lastly, the menu was pretty interesting, they have a lot of very delicious sounding special pizzas. So I entered my order in grubhub, which I love. I love ordering food online, I love not talking to people on the phone, especially now that I seem to be going deaf, I love getting a confirmation email, I just love everything about it. Right, so the order went through and my pizza arrived in an acceptable window of time and here is a really great picture of it
Ha ha, not! That is a terrible picture! In real life the cheese was, y’know, a normal cheese color, not some crazy neon yellow green horrific color. This pizza looks a little radioactive, I know, things are just really yellow in my house for whatever reason. Anyway, this closeup is an teensy eensy bit better.
I guess. It’s still looks kind of nuclear or something. Anyway, I ate a slice of this pizza, the Gourmet Chicken Pizza with pesto, chicken, black olives, mushrooms and garlic, probably as I watched Jeopardy, and most of the cheese and the toppings slid off, which is annoying but doesn’t really take away from my enjoyment of it, I can deal with that. It tasted pretty good. The chicken I liked a lot, it was totally not what I expected when I read “marinated chicken” on the menu. It was very saucy, very tomato-ey, not all dried out and hard enough to cut the roof of your mouth like chicken on pizza often can be. It was my favorite part of the pizza. I did like the crust a lot too, it was crispy and had hint of cheesiness. Really though, the pie was about a million times better the next day, cold out of the refrigerator. Weird how that happens sometimes.
Oh I also got a Caesar salad.
It wasn’t bad, it was lightly dressed and I didn’t find any of those weird slimy dark pieces of lettuce, so I guess they probably actually cut up some lettuce leaves to make it. Which is nice, and the romaine was fresh and crisp. The croutons were a little salty, but all right. This is a pretty solid place to get a meal, and it’s pretty cheap (our large specialty pizza was around 23 bucks) and they have some good deals available on grubhub right now.
39 Taylor St