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Reviews of Basil’s Wood-Fired Pizza

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  • Full Name: Anna
  • Location: Opposite Salt Spring Auto Parts.
  • Phone: 250 537-0005
  • Expires: 17 days, 9 hours

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  • Item listed by: on November 7, 2017

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    We wanted to pull just a few of our reviews and share them with the community. Come down and see us for great wood-fired pizza! We’re open Tuesday/Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 4.30pm until 8pm and Friday and Saturday 11.30 – 8pm right across from Salt Spring Auto Parts. Warm up with some really good pizza!

    Call ahead for easy pick up at 250 537 0005.

    “Absolutely one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had. We chose the blue cheese and pear option, the pears being grown right next to the food trailer! We will be coming back our next time through.”

    “Amazing pizza great flavour with a perfect crust I would say best pizza I’ve ever had. Thnx :)”

    “Fabulous thin crust – the sourdough is amazing! The tomato sauce is wonderful, full flavoured with a bit of tang. Had the Margarita – hands down, it is great pizza in wonderful surroundings. Well done! Thank you.”

    “Great pizza, always freshly made. They really know how to make the best pizza! No compromises.”

    “So so so so so VERY good!! I hope you get lots of support and stick around all year!! Thanks for making GREAT pizza :)”

    “So good! The owners are great as well.
    We will be back!”

    “This is a food truck hidden away off a side street (a block from the main street). Walk down McPhillips Ave past the SSI Public Library, then turn right into a parking lot. But what a food truck – it’s gleaming new, containing a wood-fired oven. Pizzas are made to order, from an eclectic list of ingredients: blue cheese and pear, wild boar and kale, or basics like 3 cheese.”

    “Superb! Totally fantastic pizza in a really charming little location. Lovely couple. The toppings were fabulous and fresh.”

    This is food trailer in a courtyard with some picnic tables, not a restaurant. The pizza is not what you get from Domino’s. Its authentic European wood-fired thin crust pizza made with hand crafted dough. If you want to find out what a truly excellent pizza tastes like, this is the place. The crust is nothing short of wonderful… excellent flavour and consistency. Perfectly balanced crispness and tenderness.

    This is not fast food, its good food. Amazingly, despite their hand-crafted quality, Basil’s slightly undercut the prices of all the other pizza joints in town… prices are about $18 to $24 for a 13 – 14 inch.”

    Thank you Salt Spring! For more information, please visit http://www.basilspizza.ca

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