Nice folks but if you dare to have "pizza" in your name it better be special. Fresh ingredients AWOL.
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Having grown up with the privilege of having homemade food from our Italian neighbor, my standards are high. Sal's food is okay, but nothing notable. Still, I've always enjoyed eating there. However, I had a home delivery recently, and the delivery person made inappropriate and...More
My 11-year-old grandson was craving Italian so, after my appointment at UNC, we made a search for a possibility not too far away. Sal's seemed to fit the bill and we were not disappointed. The sign outside boasted an all-you-can-eat buffet which I expected to...More
I'd driven by Sal's for all 12 years it has been open and never stopped in... now I'm counting that as 12 years of lost opportunity! The pizza was so good, I ordered another slice takeout and brought it to my son, who said, simply...More
We got take out from Sal's on a Saturday evening for company that included a vegetarian and someone recovering from surgery who couldn't eat anything chewy. The spaghetti was delicious, the eggplant Parmesan was divine and the big square Sicilian pizza was amazing and very...More
Pizza is really good if ordered well done. If not, it is just too doughy. The antipasto salad is really good. The sandwiches are terrible. Pasta is very mediocre. The menu is completely hit or miss. Desserts are just okay. The tiramisu was good when...More
This place is run by people who look and seem to be Italian, but it is not good. It is the minimal as far as quality and flavor. This goes for the pizza and the pasta.
We had dinner here one night when in Chapel Hill. It is a nice little Italian restaurant - Nothing fancy. Prices are reasonable. Food is good. Service was good as well.
My wife and I like to try local pizza when we travel and have found some great pizza. This was not one of them. This place was recommended by the lady at the front desk at the hotel where we stayed. We ordered the deep...More