I have been a loyal customer of this store for over 25 years. Today I got hung up on by Gigi, the owner for asking for the same thing I’ve asked, a simple substitution of toppings. She hung up on me and stated she had five customers in front of her. I was driving to the location while I was on the call and just happened to stop by about one minute later to make sure she understood my order. The entire restaurant was empty. The five customers thing was a lie. I feel for small businesses as a small business owner myself. But if you don’t take care of your regulars you won’t stay in business for long. She insisted on charging me $4 for pineapple and I refused. This will be the last time I order from here, as much as I like Round Table Pizza. There’s a reason why it’s dying out. The food is generally good, the service has always been garbage (especially the owner). I feel sorry for her staff and I feel bad that this small business owner has forgotten her fundamentals.
The last honest pizza. If you're craving a sausage pie this is the place. Perfect crunch on the crust,sauce has a nice little bite. Enjoyed the last piece cold for breakfast. As Arnold stated " I will be back."
Terrible customer service. I'm going to spare the details but the lack of professionalism is a joke. Read the rest of the reviews before you buy from this place. Pizza was subpar on top of that. I've never had a bad experience or bad food from a round table pizza. Just a flat-out waste of money
Probably the most charmingly mom-and-pop run chain pizza place I’ve ever been to! Typical small pizza arcade onsite along with a small salad bar, this is a good stop for a bite to eat and is also adjacent to an ice cream shop and grocery store. Will be back!
Terrible experience. Pizza looked like a toddler made it, over cooked, toppings were in piles not evenly distributed. The bathroom had no soap or paper towels. Very disgusting. My family enjoy round table pizza but this location is a disgrace.
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