Seattle >Zeek's Pizza (Phinney Ridge)
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I broke a tooth on an olive pit in a Jimmi the Greek pizza. Zeek's refered me to their insurance who says I have to chase the olive manufacturer in California to pay my dental bill.
What else will they not accept responsibility for?
Good value. My company has an account with Zeek's, so their pizza is a familiar fixture in the meeting rooms. The good thing is I've had a chance to try almost all of their toppings and feel comfortable giving them a solid recommendation. As previous reviewers have said, the crust is great, the toppings are of consistently good quality, and I personally really like the sauce, though taste in sauce can be pretty subjective I suppose. The cheese is a little bland; I'm not sure if it's the blend they're using or maybe it's just a cheap supplier and that's how they cut costs, but neither the flavor nor texture equal to the cheese from most pizzerias in town. Overall I'd describe Zeek's as being one of the better values in town.
Decent pizza. I found zeek's to have an absolute amazing crust - manges to find that fine line between chewey and crispy just perfectly. The sauce was equally great. The toppings are a bit generic, and the cheese was the worst part. It's obvious they're not using 100% real mozzerella, but rather some watered-down, creamy, tasteless runny goo instead. A real shame too.. with some good cheese this could be the best pizza in town!
The ONLY pizza in Seattle worth the trouble!. They have masterpieces (masterpizzas?) Nearing perfection of traditional flavors and nouveau tastes as well. Best crust and sauce in town! The only better pizza I have found is in the Cote d Azur in the South of France near Monaco. Fab greens abound in the salads as well. A definite "Do not miss!".
Head to this casual hangout when only unconventional toppings will satisfy..
Students, couples and local business folks out on lunch stop in for pizza by the slice while watching TV or nestling into booths and flipping through an indie paper. Three to try are the veggie "Tree Hugger" with sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms and artichoke hearts; the meat-laden "Puget Pounder"; and the "Thai One On" with peanut sauce, chicken and cilantro.
Very mean people. manager were very rude to the customers - pizza was nasty and cold - the cheese smelled old
Best pizza in town - great veggie selection - big fan of veggie Thai myself. Costs a few $ more than other pizza joints - but you get what you pay for - first quality.
I've always had fine service - but mostly do delivery.
Good pizza if you can get it. Although I live within 2 blocks of Zeek's, I no longer patronize the establishment. Several months ago, my wife and I took my parents there for a late lunch. There was only one server working, but, fortunately, it wasn't crowded. After an hour of waiting for our pizza, we walked out. The server couldn't understand why we were leaving, and he became very rude. The pizza's good, but not an hour wait good.
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