Tired of the all too ordinary pizza and pasta fare available, waiting 15 minutes or more for your pizza, or just want the freshest ingredients? Sbarro steps up to the plate and delivers.
Sbarro opened it’s first Salumeria (Italian grocery store) in Brooklyn, New York in 1956 starting out as deli eventually evolving into the fast self-service we know today. Sbarro doesn’t skimp on ingredients and uses only the freshest ingredients for their authentic Italian dishes, so expect to pay a premium (but not too steep).
But Sbarro doesn’t skimp on it serving portions either, so you get what you pay for and how! Here are some of the shots I took while dining:
A very satisfying fusilli pasta dish garnished with shrimps and broccoli topped with tomato sauce and served with a garlic bread roll.
A slice from the 16” Spinach and Mushroom specialty gourmet pizza
And my personal favorite, the Chicago deep dish pizza which is more meat pie than pizza. Sandwiched between two layers of crust is a whole stomachs-worth of meat and even more meat and herbs on top served with a generous splash of tomato sauce.