The pizza was over-priced and flavorless. It tasted like artificial cheese and left a bad after-taste. The next day I was physically sick (I'll spare you the details.) When we called for a refund we were met with a very hostile refusal. Avoid this place like the plague.
Posted: 7/07/2012 • Link to this review
We recently moved to hunt county, and one of the first things we do is look for good eateries. We finally found a decent pizza place in Greenville, but much to our disappointment when we went to order this evening, we found out it was no longer in business. Desperate for some good pizza, we decided to give Peddler's Pizza a try. BIG MISTAKE. Firstly we are assured by the proprietor that it is such good pizza that people drive in from Frisco just to get it; we were skeptical but willing to give it a try.We get it home, and see it looks unappetizing.First bite confirms it. The cheese is overcooked, the dough too thick and gritty, and the sauce plain. Dissapointed that this is what $15 buys, I proceeded to call the establishment to inform them that we were less than satisfied and would like a refund. I was told that he'd never had a complaint in 22 years and no he refused to refund us. I told him that I was Italian and from the Bronx, and I KNOW what good pizza is, and THAT was definitely not it. Not only does Peddler's Pizza serve bad pizza, but also bad customer service. DO NOT,DO NOT,DO NOT even bother to order from Peddler's you'll just be throwing your money away, and encouraging bad business practices.
Posted: 7/06/2012 • Last edited: 7/07/2012 • Link to this review
Peddlers is a locally owned place. As the first reviewer stated, there's only one type of crust and I equate it to Dominos which I don't care for. You do get a bargain though at two for one.
Posted: 10/16/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review