Monday, February 6, 2017

My Review of Lost Pizza-Flowood

Odom Family Fun ate at Lost Pizza Saturday evening.  Every table was occupied by diners, so we saddled up on stools at the counter in the bar area.  It was bustling inside, like a bee hive.  There were more workers than necessary, but that is to be expected during training.  We walked in, ordered our food, paid for it at the time of our order, and grabbed our chairs.  Our fried ravioli came out quickly, which the kids devoured.  I was surprised at how quickly our pizzas came out. I expected a much longer delay.  Everyone was courteous and helpful.

We enjoyed the atmosphere.  Space is at a premium inside the restaurant. There is no getting around how small it is inside.  But I think that adds to the fun of eating there.  It was cozy. It felt like a genuine neighborhood pizza den.  We enjoyed it and will return, frequently.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Indianola and Cleveland branches never got a complaint out of me.

Anonymous said...

We were there Friday night -- I was very impressed how they moved all the customers in and out of there without much delay for just opening. There were a couple folks grumbling and left, but good grief -- it was opening weekend! They did a great job and the food was good! Excited to have it in the neighborhood!

Anonymous said...

I don't mean to hijack this thread, but does anyone know what is coming 1) between the new Sleep Number and Aspen Dental and 2) behind Five guys?

Anonymous said...

And to add to the post above, how about what is coming on Flowood Drive behind Table 100?

Anonymous said...

I have been there once, I wont ever order the deep dish again, just too much dough with nothing on it. Just for the record, I have consumed my fair share of Chicago Pizza at Genos East.

Anonymous said...


what is the address of the lost Pizza?

Troy Odom said...

144 Friendly and Fresh Drive, Flowood, MS 39232, according to its Facebook Page. It's next to the Castlewoods Kroger, in the old Mazzio's building.