As many of you know, I love spicy food and trying new foods. I killed two birds with one stone on this visit.
The inside feels like a part pizza place and part sports bar. A few TVs are set up so you can watch the games.
I wasted little time in ordering the 12" Dr. Death Suicide Pie ($12.99), a thin-crust pizza with "suicide pizza sauce," mozzarella, white onions, elephant garlic, buffalo chicken chunks, sausage, and jalapenos. And there's a few slivers of habanero in there, too. The suicide sauce reportedly includes habaneros and ghost peppers.
|Ingredients in the Dr. Death Suicide Pie|
(Sorry for the camera flash in the middle of the pic!)
|Dr. Death Suicide Pie|
Here's the video of me eating the pizza (sped up the eating portion):
Perhaps I shoulda gotten the 16-inch extra large Dr. Death Suicide Pie ($18,99), but I wouldn't have had as much room for more food that day. Considering my friend and I had just stopped by the Kogi truck right before, I was feeling a tad fluffy by this point.
Panda logic dictates that I keep eating even when not hungry. I saw some exotic meats on the menu, so I also tried a Kangaroo Taco ($4.99). Yeah, I said kangaroo. The meat is grilled, then placed inside two small corn tortillas, topped with shredded lettuce and pico de gallo.
And yup, I got video of me trying this as well!
According to their website, the popular items include Ortega Nachos ($6.99), Ortega Fries ($5.99), Steak Fries ($3.99), Tortilla Chips and Guacamole ($4.99), and Chocolate Cake ($4.99). Not sure how updated the website prices are, though.
I spoke with Stephanie, one of the workers there. She liked a couple of sandwiches on the menu: the "Open Fire Chicken Breast Sandwich" ($7.49) and "The Sandwich" ($8.99).
"The Sandwich" sounds like one of those gut-busters that college kids would flock towards. Cheesesteak meat, sausage, mushrooms, white onions, pizza sauce, and steak fries in a sandwich? Yes!
Overall, I give this place a thumbs up. I hope to be back in the future. 7/10