Langel’s is one of the pizzerias that has been recommended to me quite often. So, when my wife had some friends and their kids over, someone said “Why don’t we order Langel’s?” So, we did. We ordered delivery and I have to say, it took a while to come, but it wasn’t horribly long. It was nicely boxed in a well-branded box. We ordered a bunch of items, but one of the pizzas was half cheese and half crumbled sausage. I only review cheese and honestly not a fan of crumbled sausage, so I didn’t have any of that. Of course, the first thing I saw when I opened the box was the cut. Dear Lord, they use a modified WTF cut; half WTF and half checkerboard. (Read my post on the proper pizza cut.) Why – WHY do people cut a pizza in this fashion? I simply don’t understand it. Anyway, they put a plastic topper in the pizza, so combined with the box, the pizza travelled well.
It was a little too thick and given the travel time, it was a little tough, so while it wasn’t floppy, it was chewy. The crust had a good taste though.
I have to say, the sauce had a very good taste. It certainly wasn’t too sweet, as is the norm around here.
Good cheese to sauce to crust ratio. The cheese had a nice taste and texture.
Good amount. Not oily.
Again, because of the delivery time, the aroma was just okay.
It was okay.
This was pretty good. With a bit more speed in delivery, I bet it would’ve been better. Would I order it again? Sure.
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