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Pizza
#91
Heart broken by the loss of Benny's. That was my go-to breakfast spot. I didn't care for the lunch or the dinner menu however.
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#92
The last time we were at Zay Zaman Restaurant we decided to try their Chicken Shawarma pizza.  The large, eight slice, pizza for $10.99 is a good deal.  We started eating the pizza in their tiny seating area but we couldn't finish it so we took the rest home.  The pizza was good.  However, I have been so spoiled by thin crust pizza that I found Zay Zaman's pizza too doughy.   

   

We asked for hot sauce and garlic sauce and mushrooms as an added topping.  It was good but I think we'll go to this place for the Shawarma plate or wrap.  I think they are better than their pizza.
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#93
That looks amazing! But I, like you, like thin crust. I wonder if that's something they can do?
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