Santa Lucia Pizza is an award winning restaurant that specializes in Italian and Greek food. It all began in 1971 with a small pizzeria that only specialized in pizza. The guiding principal of the pizzeria was to use high quality ingredients that would create the best tasting pizza possible. This earned the pizza many awards and accolades which still continue to pour in to this day. As the years passed, many new food items were added to the menu. The main requirement was maintaining the same high quality and standards that the pizza was already known for. The menu evolved into the large and diverse one of today. As the word spread about how good the food was, more locations opened to accommodate the increasing demand. There are currently 11 locations in operation. A few of the locations expanded into the USA. Rest assured that no matter which location or menu item you select, you will be impressed with Santa Lucia Pizza's continuing dedication to quality and traditionmore...
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July 19, 2015
This place is one...
This place is one of the two best pizza joints I have found in Winnipeg. My other choice being Dianne's Gourmet Pizza. Santa Lucia's deliveries are super fast. Their pizza is always fresh and hot, never too salty or greasy. I find the sauce to be exemplary. All of the ingredients are of excellent quality. My only complaint about the pizza is a minor one, on occasion they put a little too much sauce on it for my taste. But that hasn't happened in a long time, and when it has I have just pressed out any excess. So it isn't much of an issue. They also make a superb lasagna, it has tons of cheese and I seem to recall that it comes with a very hefty slice of fresh garlic bread. Their greek salads are huge, this also coming with the same garlic bread. They have a very unique dressing that is unlike any other greek salad dressing I have ever tasted. I personally love it, but for some folks it may be too different from the greek dressings that most people are used to. However different is great in this case and you have to try it. Santa Lucia's proportions are also very good, the lasagna could do with more meat, but that is the only thing that I have ever ordered that came up a bit short on an ingredient. I do prefer this establishments pizza over Diannes Gourmet Pizza. Dianne's pizza is also very good, but certainly not better than Santa Lucia's. Santa Lucia also has reasonable prices for pizza of this high quality, unlike Dianne's Gourmet Pizza which is MASSIVELY overpriced, and there is seemingly no end to Dianne's frequent price increases. Santa Lucia has never dissapointed me.