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Krust Pizzeria

Verified Listing

(619) 814-6388
820 5th Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
Category: Food & Beverages:Food Products:Pizzas


Krust Pizzeria serving the Best New York style Pizza.

Products And Services

Pizza, Sandwiches, Salads, Pasta.

Payment Options

Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Cash, Debit

Reviews and Ratings for Krust Pizzeria

Average Rating
Rated 5 stars
by chard dallas

April 28, 2009

"Best pizza I've had since New York. Place was clean, service was fast and friendly. I tried the pasta and a couple salads too. All were great. Try the totally awesome meatballs! The manager there said they offer regular specials and the produce is bought fresh and locally (which is cool to support local suppliers). The pizza sauce was tasty and spicy - like it should be and the cheese and toppings were generous. The thin crust was delicious and left me satisfied. I really like this place. I'm becoming a regular and they appreciate that. I was in on a Sunday and they had a thing called "Ultimate Sundays" which was a contest where if someone can eat a whole Meat Lovers pizza in 30 minutes, they get it free and there name and photo on a plaque in the restaurant. Very cool!! next time anyone is either downtown in the Gaslamp or in Otay Mesa on the 905, try one of these Krust pizza places. i mean it. they're really good. I ear they are opening more around San Diego. A couple guys from New York who now live in SD run the place."

Rated 5 stars
by chad harris

April 28, 2009

"I don't know about a one time problem, but this pizza is amazing! Best place anywhere around. I tried the pasta too. Great meatballs! I'm impressed."

Rated 5 stars
by Ned

April 04, 2009

"I discovered "Seacoast Pizza" was sold and the business is now under new management and now is formally called "Krust Pizzeria," so I decided to try it out. As I walked in, I saw a menu and looked through it. But as soon as I did, a well-rounded caucasian fella told me that was the menu to the "Krust Pizzeria" in downtown. After getting a 14" pie at the one in the business center, I decided to go try the one in downtown and compare the two. -----[Pros:]----- The service is great at both. They were quite friendly and quick customer service. The one in downtown is a bit small but its just a pizza shop, not an area to actually dine around. Even though small, it was very clean and the architecture of the are was fascinating. The food is amazing. New York Style Thin Crust is a favorite of mine. Also I enjoyed the music that was being played at the "Krust Pizzeria" in San Ysidro, 9.25. I love oldies and I believe it just made my first experience an even better one. -----[Cons:]----- The only thing I can really think about is the delivery at the one in San Ysidro, which I've also tried. Only because when it comes around dinner time, they get a rush of orders and the wait time is a little longer. All you need to really do is plan accordingly so it gets to you on time. It's understanding on why it would take a while if they are filled with many orders; so really it is not much of a con. - Ned. "

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