Reviews for Hell Pizza
by Eat Pray Love
16 days ago
I didn't think writing a review for a chain would matter as everyone already has an idea of what's good and what's not. But since the reviews for Hell's Royal Oak are not that positive, I had to write one.
Okay so Hell's is a gourmet and standard pizza chain but it's better than the standard Pizza Hut and Domino's. Their ingredients are just more fresh and it tastes less processed than the pizza places mentioned above. The best pizza is Brimstone of course. Avocado and sour cream on a pizza - you cannot go wrong!
Royal Oak Hell's is the branch closest to me and I've ordered from here a lot of times. The delivery times are on point and they say 30 minutes but it's usually here in 15. The delivery guys and girls are always friendly and even the staff at the branch are nice. The pizza's are always hot and up to standard.
Yay Hell's for delivering delicious gourmet pizza' at a good price and yay for the Royal Oak branch for keeping the service up.
2 months ago
Disappointed asked for chilli, blue cheese on pizza got charged, didn't receive
by Jackie Bridges
Feb 27, 2013
On Sunday night I ordered 8 large Pizzas on thin bases from Royal Oak branch. They delivered them to my home and added 3 packets of wedges which was nice. But I was very disappointed with the amount of covering that each Pizza had. The total cost was over $150.00 and I was very embarrassed as one of my guests has a Pizza Restaurant in Sydney and he could not believe what we got. We do not have takeaways often so were not able to offer a preference and went on Hells Pizza past history. Will not order again, sorry.
by Glenn Folau
Dec 05, 2012
Hell Pizza Royal Oak has changed management and a new franchisee has bought the shop. It is running a lot more efficiently and the seafood pizza is quite delectable.
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