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I thought the pizza was delicious and it comes out like $25 a pizza it’s just too expensive it was like 15 or 17 bucks I would definitely order every month but it‘s $25 a pizza is too expensive It’s not even that big
I didn’t like it but I thought I may have cooked it wrong. Please send me tips on how to cook it.
This pizza is delicious. The best flavor, love the crust very easy to prepare
Had both Gluten Free and regular..both very good!
I am a widow, my husband worked for nascar his whole life he passed in 2017. I have been a Guy Fieri fanatic for ever my husband and I watched every episode. And when I came back home to Oklahoma to take care of my father. And found out you would deliver your pizzas to me I was hooked! You nailed it! I purchased that pizza on 12/19/2022. It stayed in the freezer until tonight. And it rocked! Thank you 🙂
Simple but tasty. Crust is perfect. Thin and chewy, not gooey. Sauce is not over seasoned. Add your own seasoning to spice it up if you like.
Pizza was wonderful. The black truffle was such a great touch. Crust and cheese. Prefect.
Pizza was excellent and what I hoped for. Crust was delicious and felt like I was in Naples. Will buy again.
moved to pompano beach in 2019 love it no complaints except thepizza down here sucks!
kreste pizza is amazing beyond expectations. As a 65 year old Brooklyn native I know pizza believe me this is great!
Amazing pizza, incredible crust , you would never know it was frozen can’t wait for my next order of killer pie’s
I was a little disappointed I thought the pepperoni pizza would have been a lot better and tastier coming from New York. I have tasted a lot better pizza here in Columbus Ohio where we consume a lot of pizza
We moved from NY to Delaware a few months ago and missed pizza most of all. All is good now that we found Keste.
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.