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Pizza, Spicy, Toronto

The Magic Oven


Location:

6 Wellesley

When green chillies underly an innocent tandoori chicken pizza, you KNOW the chef knows his biniss.

As he should at THESE pizza prices!!

Smelt flour or no smelt flour…I hope these pizzas have some magic in ’em ’cause they’re expensive!

Not a fan of the Liberty Village location as I got sick twice as a result of their lunch time slices, but the Wellesley location made for a wonderful dinner with friends. Very cosy atmosphere, we had almost the whole (tiny) restaurant to ourselves. And those hidden green chillies? We were in tears ’cause the menu made no mention of them. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always happy to see green chillies in anything, so they were tears of joy.

We’ve also had MO pizzas ordered into work, and as delish as they are, the four pizzas we ordered came to something outrageous as $100 and there still wasn’t enough to go around. Sometimes, you just need a bunch o’ $9.99 pepperoni pizzas.

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2 thoughts on “The Magic Oven

  1. I am not a fan of magic oven. Have you seen how much they charge for pasta? Pasta?!?! it’s like, pasta plus frozen chicken, plus a cup of salt – 20 bucks. thanks, magic oven. never again.

    Posted by bardolator23 | September 24, 2010, 15:01

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