South Bay: Stuft Pizza

My sister and I had our own little date night a while back.  She works in Milpitas and I get off the bus in Milpitas, so we decided to meet at Stuft Milpitas:

It was our first time, but we quickly deduced that Stuft is a sports lover paradise:

Flat screens all over the place.  And pizza!  What goes better with sports than pizza?  (Besides chicken wings, which is also on Stuft's menu.)

When you walk in, you come face to face with a giant menu posted behind the cashier counter.  My sister and I were a bit overwhelmed and as usual, incredibly indecisive, so we stepped to the side until we could figure our shit out.

We discussed whether to get a small or a medium pizza for a long time and ultimately went with the medium because we're pigs like that.  Because we couldn't decide on just one, we split our pizza into half Popeye's special and half garlic lemon chicken:

We overestimated our own abilities.  We were both full after two slices.  Probably should have gotten a small.

The garlic lemon chicken came with garlic lemon sauce, garlic, chicken, lemon pepper, zucchini, red onion, and cold tomatoes:

The Popeye's special came with sausage, fresh spinach, red onions, and mushrooms:

We liked both pizzas (crust to topping ratio was pretty ideal), through for different reasons.  The garlic lemon chicken was light and refreshing, with its red onions and cold tomatoes.  We couldn't taste any lemon, but that was okay.  The Popeye's special was just meaty and everything that a pizza should be.

I decided we should splurge that night, so we ordered a fountain soda to split.

Yea, I know.  But when you grow up with Chinese parents who only let you get water at restaurants, paying for a drink is a big deal.

Anyway, the soda machine had quite a lot of options.  There was a mango iced tea, so I got a little to try.  Thank goodness I had the foresight to do a taste test first.  That stuff was FOUL, like really gross cough medicine.  So foul that I made my sister drink some too and cackled the entire time she dealt with the aftertaste.

There are a lot of pizzas to choose from at Stuft, so it's definitely worth multiple trips.  And if you go, don't forget to try the mango iced tea.

They should make it a rite of passage there.

Stuft Pizza
1426 Dempsey Rd
Milpitas, CA 95035
(408) 262-4343


Popular Posts