Sbarro is the king of mall pizza, arguably. And the chain recently entered voluntary bankruptcy. I saw an article recently that called Sbarro “America’s least essential restaurant,” and that may well be true.
I hadn’t been to one in a long time, but finding myself trapped in a mall the other day, I deciced to try a slice, and $6.88 later, but one slice of sausage/pepp and a bottle of water, I found myself contemplating the crust.
Why the crust? Well, the sausage, and pepperoni (diced, what’s with that?) were nothing to write home (or here) about; nor was the cheese.
The crust? I’d like to try and make a pun about “the crust was to die for,” but in reality, the crust was so hard, it could kill someone. Note the video.
When you are contemplating your shopping experience, I heartily recommend you limit yourselves to malls with Villa Pizza outlets. A vastly superior product.