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First order from Keste and they didn't disappoint. This unusual pizza was absolutely delicious and can't wait to taste the others.
Really good. Well packaged. Don’t know that I would buy again, but this is authentic pizza.
I’ve been lucky enough to go to Keste once in a while when I get to NY. But having it shipped to me was amazing! I’ll definitely order more when it goes on sale again.
Simply amazing! A bit pricy but so worth it.
was totally surprised how good it was for it to be a frozen pizza. I will definitely be buying again!!
I've only had the 1 Pizza - Padrino! Really good, with a great crust!. I wasn't sure of the optimum way to heat up or, if I should use Olive Oil after heating. I would have benefited with tips from the Pro's. I'm looking forward to another Pizza this week. TJ
We love it on site or delivered. Sent it to my sister in Florida- she said it was the best pizza she’s had in years.
Not that happy with the amount for the price. I did not order it Gluten Free and it came Gluten Free.
I have to say this is hands down the most exceptional
frozen mail order pizza product I have ever received !
I am in my third order in as many months even had an
order delivered while on vaca at my sisters out west to turn my nephew on to the great taste and ease of preparation .
I have customized mine with peppered salami and fresh cheese and wow this is awesome .
You will not be disappointed give it a try Bert
Pizza Romana Margherita is always stocked in our freezer! Prefer this pizza to ordering from our pizza places in town. Delicious!
I was very disappointed in flavor. It was really dry and no flavor
It’s the perfect pizza. I grew up in NYC and it’s hard to find NY tasting pizza…….until now!
Founder of Keste Pizza, Roberto Caporuscio began his authentic pizza-making skills straight from the source – Italy. Roberto was born and raised on a dairy farm in Pontinia, Italy where he first developed his culinary skills producing and selling cheese.
It was, however, in Napoli, the birthplace of pizza, where he went to study the art and craft of Neapolitan pizza with the most talented pizza masters.
After training with the best, he established two successful pizzerias in Pittsburgh, PA, then A Mano in Ridgewood, NJ, and ultimately in New York City in 2009 when he opened Kesté Pizza & Vino on Bleecker Street, followed by Don Antonio in Midtown in February, 2012.