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Romio’s Pizza & Pasta

September 1st, 2008 · 17 Comments


Romio’s Pizza & Pasta (Italian)
2001 W Dravus St
Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 284-5420

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  • John Gilbert

    Romio, Romio, Romio, Where art thou coupon? The funny thing about this place is that they MAKE you give them the special deal coupon and reverse the “deal” if you do not give it to them unlike most pizza places that just trust you when you read it off the coupon on the phone.

    Not anything special, its no Tutta Bella Pizzeria. Pizza is fairly greasy, so bring several napkins to soak up the juices!

  • Shanon

    I love this pizza, I think it is yummy and always just what I crave. Much better than Luigi’s which I find to be very salty.

  • Jason

    Nothing gourmet about it, but it hits the spot if you’re looking for a good pizza fix.

  • Valentijn

    Awesome greek appetizers! Good desserts too. No idea about the pizza, I’m not a big pizza eater.

  • Val

    According to http://www.decadeonline.com/main.phtml?agency=skc, at last surprise health inspection this restaurant got 23 points, with 2 high risk violations.

  • chiizus

    The calzones are amazing. Pasta is pretty good too. But be aware that if you order a calzone with roasted garlic, it will probably have something like 50 garlic cloves in it! Great for garlic lovers, but not too great for the people who have to smell them the next day. :)

  • chiizus

    The calzones are amazing. Pasta is pretty good too. But be aware that if you order a calzone with roasted garlic, it will probably have something like 50 garlic cloves in it! Great for garlic lovers, but not too great for the people who have to smell them the next day. :)

  • chiizus

    Stop spamming!

  • amusedpen

    This is a tough one because we know Gary and Vaya. It's a chain, and most Romio's do a pretty good job. It's not gourmet anything, but it's usually pretty good, and certainly filling at a good price. They done some decoration to make it more inviting inside, and we'll keep enjoying their sandwiches, salads, and occasional pasta. We tend to go elsewhere for pizza because we like a different style.

  • amusedpen

    This is a tough one because we know Gary and Vaya. It's a chain, and most Romio's do a pretty good job. It's not gourmet anything, but it's usually pretty good, and certainly filling at a good price. They done some decoration to make it more inviting inside, and we'll keep enjoying their sandwiches, salads, and occasional pasta. We tend to go elsewhere for pizza because we like a different style.

  • Val

    I finally tried a couple of their calzones, and they’re damned good. Love how the dough stays thick and doughy in the middle. Mmmmm.

  • Brendan

    Pretty good food, can be a bit greasy, but still very tasty. The service however is often a bit cold, over the phone especially. The folks making the delivery are nice, but placing the order can be a bit trying. Unless youre really stuck up, its no big deal though, the food is worth it.

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  • Ken

    Yucky pizza.  Awful.