The Big Slice definitely lives up to its name. The slices here are huge and they are very cheap. The restaurant itself is a bit dirty and beat up, but the quality of the pizza is great. The cheese, sauce and bread are all nicely and evenly cooked.
I moved to te GTA approximately 6 years ago, and had been searching for good quality pizza for some time, but all I could find was chains that left me wanting more.....Until I discovered big slice. The Big Slice is the ultimate in pizza enjoyment, combining big city convenience with small town quality. The only downside of Big Slice is their limited delivery range.
Perfect name for the restaurant. The slices are huge but its thin crust so fairly easy to get through a slice, some may even be able to eat 2 if they have a big enough appetite. The restaurant can get really busy late on the weekend nights but they move the line quick.
Overall I really like the pizza. Its... more
This fast-food restaurant is known for their gigantic slices of pizza. While there’s nothing fancy or overly gourmet about the Big Slice – the joint only offers the classic topping options – it’s been a go-to in the city for over a decade. Along with individual slices and full pizzas, the Big Slice also offers lasagna ($6.95), spaghetti with meatballs ($6.75), wings (10 wings for $7.99) and a... more
The Big Slice offers these services: pizza, pizzeria, restaurant.
The Big Slice offers these services: pizza, restaurant, pizzeria.