Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Ludica Pizzeria & Game Room

July 1, 2014


Settler pizza: Chicken, white onions, fresh tomatoes, pesto sauce, mozzarella - 2

J's comment > not bad; decent crust, not thin, but not too thick either; could have used just a tad more cheese and sauce, but the other listed ingredients were well balanced; not soggy at all in the center like some pizzas are prone to do

Tiramisu: Ladyfingers, liqueur, espresso, mascarpone cream - 2

J's comment > not bad; decent amt of cream and soft, but just the slightest bit stiff

House made Italian soda w raspberry & 1 oz vodka - 1

J's comment > eeew..... tasted exactly like cough syrup; not much fizz either for a soda

Menu




Wasabi game - 2

J's comment > haha... rating food games now - not bad; bit of a hassle to set up (lots of stuff), but easy to understand and play except for one thing that wasn't covered in the instructions: what do you do w the ingredients when you have completed a recipe? take them off the board and you have to keep them or they go back to the pantry?

Pizza Theory game - 2

J's comment > meh, not such a fan of this game; easy to play, easy to understand, easy to forget

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Extra Comment
There are TONS of games at this restaurant that you are welcome to play as you eat, full list here: www.ludica.ca/the-games.html. The suggested play time is 2 hrs, but if it's not busy you are welcome to stay as long as you want. Of the two games we picked, all the pieces were intact and clean, which was quite a pleasant surprise.



Labels: crosstown, italian, pizza

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