4, 2430 Victoria Ave, Brandon, MB R7B 0M5, Canada

African Restaurant, Cafes, Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Canadian Restaurant, Salad Shop

Restaurant, Food

204-717-3473

http://www.firedpizzaria.ca/

Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM


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Lori Nowosad said 4 years ago
The online ordering system was seamless and easy. The staff there is friendly, seem to like their jobs and the place has an energetic vibe. The pizza was great! The Asian BBQ was very good, fresh and unique. It reminded me of pizza I've had in Italy - not smothered in cheese but geared towards flavors instead. Fresh herbs on top - a great touch. Caesar salad -very fresh, crisp and good also! Dressing on the side (nice, so the salad doesn't get soggy), real bacon. I'd definitely recommend it and go back while on Brandon!
Cole Ramsey said 4 years ago
Gourmet street food essentially. Most everything is made in their wood fired oven, hence the name. Their pizza's are superb if a little pricey. I have yet to try their pitas or gyros, but here they are fantastic.One of the few, if not the only place currently in Brandon where you can get a east coast style Donair.
Gord Caswell said 4 years ago
Great pizzas offered for good prices, staff are friendly, welcoming of children to watch the cooking process. Regularly introducing new options. Small seating area, however has a 10-minute hot delivery guarantee. Highly recommended!
Adam Nychuk said 4 years ago
Pizza was late. I called in and was told they dropped it so they remade it. I appreciate the honest. But, driver showed up to the wrong address making him even later than he should have been, pizza was cold and looked like I got the dropped pizza anyway. Toppings were everywhere and some slices were flipped and stuck to the box lid. Not impressed. Will not order again due to poor service.
ScarCrazy A.C. said 4 years ago
Fanominal custom pizzas. The OMG was deserving of the name, and the VIP was a great mix on pizza with salad on the side. If you plan to order, test your palette and order something off the wall. That's their strong suit, and something not even Boston Pizza can match.

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