It’s the usual dilemma of what to eat before evening classes at SFU Harbour Center. I wasn’t in the mood for waiting long for food orders or getting quick sushi, so I checked Yelp for some inspiration. 2001 Flavors Pizza has some pretty good ratings, so I decided to check them out.
I always walked by this little pizza place on my way to class and never really paid much attention to it. They advertise that their pizza is only $2, but that only applies for the basic flavours. Usually, the pizzas are already pre-made and on display. You choose a slice and the person behind the till will heat it up for you in their pizza oven.
I ended up getting two slizes at $2 and $2.75 a pop, including tax.
This is probably one of the cheapest meals you can get in Downtown Vancouver! I anticipate that the place is more popular during lunch hour. The pizzas weren’t bad, but they weren’t exceptional either. The portion size is good, but they were a bit on the dry side. They apparently have some unique flavours, but they didn’t have any prepared when I went. It’s nice and convenient though, so I would go again.