I was pretty skeptical about this one, but it's become a staple favorite of mine. Their oven-fired pizzas in general have my version of perfect crust - thin, crispy toasty bottom, nicely chewy on the edges. The potatos are superbly seasoned and crispy, a nice texture combo with the creamy delicious goat cheese. The sauce is great, and in my opinion, is just enough (not too much, my usual complaint about pizzas).
I'd have never thought to put this together in my head, but I'm really glad House Pizzeria did because it's amazing. The scent of this pizza alone is mind blowing. The creamy cheese and crisp crust/potato work together in ways I didn't know possible! I've sampled a few of the pizzas at House and this is hands down my favorite.
I mostly wanted to add my picture, because I enjoy taking pictures of food.
Let me add to the earlier reviews that I liked this pizza all the more because the restaurant---laid back, clean, centered on the italian oven, filled with friendly people---made me feel darn good about buying and eating it. And it was darn tasty, to boot.
Oh, my. Divine! Succulent, savory. This could be habit-forming.
Amazingly tasty! House pizzeria's Italian pizza oven is officially turning out some amazing, thin-crust pizzas. The potatoes on top of this pizza were golden, yummy brown and just salty and thick enough to work for me - and the tangy, sweet goat cheese and herbs were delectable. I can't wait to go back for another.