The pizza was extremely thin, and although I tend to enjoy a thicker crust, I was surprised by how much I liked it. It made the pizza itself seem lighter, which was perfect for a hot summer afternoon. The standout flavor in the pizza was the sauce, which, as the name suggests, was quite sweet. The onions turned out to be a good choice, as their caramelized flavor paired well with the sweetness of the sauce and creaminess of the mozzarella.
My only issue was that, since the crust was so thin, it got soggy faster than other pizzas would (and thus I don't believe it would be good as leftovers). However, assuming you ate the pizza as soon as you bought it, this wouldn't be an issue. Overall, like others, I find pizza to be a very personal thing (the dispute between Chicago and New York styles being a good example); and while I don't profess to be an expert, this was better than most pizzas I have had.
Taste Test: 4 Forks (out of 5)