Kent >Pizzeria Fondi
Awesome pizza and sandwiches. This place has the best pizza in the area, and the tastiest sandwich that I frequently enjoy. It is the tomato mozzarella panini. OMG. Its big, fresh, tasty and only $6.50, it comes with some Tims type chips too. Their pizzas are all nice, thin, oven fired crusts with delicious toppings that don't overpower each other. I hate sausage, but what they serve here as sausage is delightful. It is how sausage should be. Soda is a rip off here though. $3.50 for a bottle of soda? Really? Also, if you don't like loud places, get it to go. This place has really high ceilings and terrible, echoing acoustics that bug the heck out of my ears. The staff has always been nice and prompt here as well.
best pizza in the harbor. the expierence here was amazing, the food was fabulous and the service was great. felt welcomed every step of the way. cant wait to go back!
VERY POOR. From the moment I walked in I felt Fondi was nothing more than a cheap, soul-less imitation of Tutta Bella. The menu is strangely identical, but the food prep and service were completely lacking. The Bella Chopped Salad, which is an obvious rip off of Tutta Bella's Napoli Salad, was drown in dressing, which wasn't very flavorful either. Their pizza crust was soggy, likely from being gas vs. wood fired. It's about as authentic as the strip mall it's in. I guess if you're not really into quality food, this place will do the trick. But for those who appreciate an establishment that takes real pride in the quality of its food preparation, service and customer experience, Fondi is a disaster.
Editorial Review. Authentic Neapolitan thin-crust pizza with house-made mozzerella draws families and couples to this Kent Station pizzeria.