On 18 Jun 2014 at 11:47pm Border Control wrote:
Has anyone 'imported' a pizza from Ringmer ? Does it arrive still hot and what's the service like to use ? We haven't tried it yet as it seems quite away to come. But the leaflets keep coming !!
On 19 Jun 2014 at 12:27am PhastPhood wrote:
Yes, yes, ok. Very dear for a pizza though. Rather spend the same money on a curry
On 19 Jun 2014 at 8:16am Sjep76 wrote:
We have 'imported' a pizza from Ringer 3 times with varying results. The first time was when they first opened. we ordered at 6.30pm and were still waiting at 9.30pm, the order had a wrong pizza with it and it was stone cold. After this we were offered a free meal from them. we ordered this a month later. This was also not brilliant, coldish again and got chicken wings instead of potato wedges.
Last week we ordered again and have to say it was good. Food was not quite piping hot but acceptable and the order was correct. We did a meal deal for £22.99 but still expensive for what we had.
On 19 Jun 2014 at 9:12am Southover Queen wrote:
It's a shame. Lewes had a really nice, honest little pizza delivery business - fresh, local and made with care. The Ringmer chain came along and killed them off within months by undercutting their prices, and now, having established a monopoly, have clearly put their prices right back up again. And you get mass produced cheap ingredients, and they can't even get the orders right. Brilliant.
On 19 Jun 2014 at 10:24am Thomas Jerome Newton wrote:
Is there a reason people aren't saying the D word?
I've used them a couple of times - nice people but variable results. It's never going to be good "pizza" but unless it's underbaked and flabby it can be tasty enough. Stupidly expensive for what it is tho'
Hearth above the bus station do the best pizza for miles. And they deliver (above a certain price - might be £20). But it's a different foodstuff altogether. Genuinely good food
How long do pizza threads last before someone goes “dunno why anyone pays money for them, it’s just cheese on toast”
On 19 Jun 2014 at 11:43am Godwin wrote:
dunno why anyone pays money for them, it’s just cheese on toast
You've got to be a nazi to want to eat pizza
(NB Godwin's law)
On 19 Jun 2014 at 11:59am Dough boy wrote:
We've had the Ringmer pizzas three times because Dominoes Pizzas are all the rage with Chailey School 13 year olds.
I think they are f***** awful. Unhealthy, slimy things, made with the cheapest ingredients and having no finesse whatsoever. As soon as our son grows out of this phase and gains some measure of taste and sophistication we'll be back to Pizza Express.
On 19 Jun 2014 at 3:05pm Kevin wrote:
The Hearth is the best place for pizza in Lewes. Fresh local ingredients, wood fire oven, reasonably priced, friendly service, small local business. Proper pizza. No contest.
On 19 Jun 2014 at 4:13pm Stuck in the Past wrote:
Have to say when I got a pizza from the Hearth it tasted like it had been made using cheddar!
On 19 Jun 2014 at 4:27pm th wrote:
you saying you have poor tastebuds, or they are someone being untruthful?
You can see the big blobs of mozzarella on the pizza as it goes in the oven
On 19 Jun 2014 at 8:01pm Pizza Specialist wrote:
The Hearth offers two different types of mozzie. Maybe stuck in the past should try the posh mozzarella.
I used to like Domino's and even Pizza Hut; but when "Hot Dog Stuffed crust" was offered, I felt a line had been crossed. Sacrilege and traitorous to the art of Pizza.
No more chains for me. I think the Hearth pizza is pretty good, but it isn't perfect...yet. They do have the crust sorted. The price is good and the people are nice. And the profits don't get exported (well, as far as I know).
On 19 Jun 2014 at 11:52pm Chuck wrote:
Love Dominos, but I can't understand why you say it's expensive? We get two pizzas, garlic bread, wedges and a bottle of coke for £19.99.
On 20 Jun 2014 at 4:08pm Stuck in the Past wrote:
I am quite aware what mozzarella tastes like, and have eaten in many 'proper' pizza restaurants both in Italy and the UK. I am sure the Hearth do use mozzarella on their pizzas, but the one I had in there tasted of (and had the greasiness of) cheddar - that's all I'm saying.
On 21 Jun 2014 at 1:17pm Mark wrote:
If you happen to be NHS staff the D people do everything at half price on presentation of an NHS badge. Just sayin...
On 21 Jun 2014 at 5:39pm Sussex Jim wrote:
Why do they not do half price for anyone else who does an honest days' work and has a family to feed?
On 21 Jun 2014 at 10:17pm Art E Rial wrote:
Cuz tthey know who fixes the arteries the stuffed crusts have stuffed , over the years,
On 22 Jun 2014 at 8:18pm Buzz Aldrin wrote:
And anyone else who wants discount - 50% off their non-offer price for 'Army'...
On 23 Jun 2014 at 6:17pm Escam in tempore wrote:
Are you going to the bee doo ? Buzz