Pizzas and Cookies Made with 100% Organic Kamut Flour 


Hand Stretched Thin Crust $7.95 (serves 2)
12" Pizza

Pan Pizzas $14.95 (serves 3)
Grandma Style....(no sauce instead crushed Tomato and Garlic)

 Specialty Pizzas

Hot Garlic  Whole milk mozzarella, Extra Parm, Fresh Garlic, Spicy Sauce 
$9.50 (thin)  / $16.50 (pan)

White Whole milk mozzarella, Parm, Ricotta,Garlic 
$10.50 (thin) / $17.50 (pan)

BBQ Chicken  Free range chicken, Homemade Bbq sauce,Smoked mozzarella, Red Onion, Cilantro 
$11.75 (thin) / $18.75 (pan)

Pizza Toppings  

Meats $1.50 (each)
Homemade Sausage (Niman Ranch Pork)
Bacon (Niman Ranch)
Free Range Chicken

Veggies .75 (each)
Red Onion
Green Pepper
Black Olive
Kalamata Olive
Hot Cherry Pepper
Fresh Spinach
Fresh Garlic


Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies....$2

Good to see some people get it

10 out of 10 review from SliceTruck on this review. That's a score of 100%!

I will admit its damn well close to impossible to get 10-10 from us with anything less than 5 stars but I want to say the main reason we give this review a 10 of 10 on our review is because its pure refreshment. I'm actually surprised he got a 100% when he referred to our pizza as merely "decent" at one point.

No need to argue semantics when clearly this guy gets it.

We started a pizza truck because we like a good slice of pizza and figured other people do too. Beside the fact that we think our pizza is better than most pizza in L.A. (or NYC for that matter), we aren't trying to blow any minds away by making Korean shortrib pizza tacos. If you're looking for some sort of fusion, we're not the truck for you. Sure I'd like you to have our pizza, but you're probably too busy camping in line for an iPhone anyway. All we're trying to do is make pizza the way we've always thought of it and make it as great as we possibly can. Truck or no truck.

"Pretty good for off a truck", why? what does that mean? Normally I like my pizza made in an oven but these guys bake them in a truck. Sure, putting an uncooked pizza in an over will finish it off nicely but we just put ours in a truck and have discovered that it beats cooking it in a microwave. So I've decided that I rank the best way to cook a pizza in this order, 1. Oven 2. Truck 3. Microwave 4. Steamer.

Enjoyed your price commentary also. If we sold Kimchi taco pizza curry, I assure you, they'd be half as big and cost twice as much because that's the price of art.

Christopher S. from Yelp, congratulations on a review done well.

Notes on other SliceTruck reviews.

"For pizza it was pretty decent."
-For tuna salad how was it?

I was not in love with this truck.....The only reason I am not giving this four stars was the crust. It was probably really good when the pizza was made, but it was burnt after they reheated it for me.
-Burnt or charred? Wait, forget it, you don't know what you're talking about.

Not too shabby! Still, I wouldn't follow the truck on Twitter nor wait an hour in line for it ...... The best part of my meal was the IBC soda. I got Black Cherry Cream and THAT was definitely the cherry on top.
-You're cute considering I'm desperate but I'd rather date your friend. By the way that was a Henry Weinhard's black cherry cream soda that put your cherry on the top.

Blogs we Support

The people running these blogs are some real internet heros. They don't need the help of other sites to take advantage of the true meaning of the world wide web. They've got their own websites and they post stuff to them on their own terms. Here are some SliceTruck articles around town.

Saturday Night Foodies:
Now this is Pizza!

Noms Not Bombs:
SliceTruck gets shaved?
SliceTruck Pizzeria

LA Pizza Blog:
Slice Truck

Would like to be in this box

Enjoyed seeing Mick Jagger and Bill Clinton hanging out together at the US vs. Ghana World Cup match today. And I thought you might enjoy it too.

Would love to know what they're talking about. Probably all the fine birds attending the World Cup.

Eat pizza from SliceTruck as often as possible and maybe I'll become rich enough to hang with this crowd. If you did that for me I'd let you know what they were talking about.

Also, enjoyed Clinton's friend's excitement here.

The A-Team

Do NOT go see The A-Team movie.

I should have know but the nostalgia got the better of me and I also thought, Take That and Hungover with Ian Nelson and Brady Cooper were pretty enjoyed movies from my standing point. Plus they seem like honest guys who wouldn't stick their hands down my pants, take my last $10 and give me nothing in return.

This movie is like you ordering a pizza, paying for it but then we pizz on your head.

Grandma Slice

You've got to try this. Its a slice we like to get a lot and we've made the best one out there now. The place in NYC that we like the most for the Grandma's slice is Maffei's in Chelsea, and ours is just as good. They're both perfect is what I'm saying.

What is a Grandma Pizza? Rectangular, baked in a pan in olive oil. Mozzarella, smashed whole tomatoes, chopped garlic.

Here's another post on a Grandma Pie

Slice of Pizza

I went to a pizzeria, I ordered a slice of pizza, the guy gave me the smallest slice possible. If the pizza was a pie chart for what people would do if they found a million dollars, the guy gave me the "donate it to charity" slice. I would like to exchange this for the "keep it!"

-Mitch Hedberg

Listen to Mitch tell the joke at 1:58 on this clip. But if you have any sense you'd listen to the whole clip. Careful though cause he says the F-word a few times.

-In Hollywood its all about who you know and I know Crackle.

Oil Cleanup Business?

There may be an obvious answer as to why this is stupid and we should stick to selling pizza, but if a barrel of oil is worth $70 and there's tons of oil sitting in the water in the gulf of Mexico then why can't people just go out and scoop it up and get their $70 a barrel?

Pictured above is a barrel of oil which holds 42 gallons. This is not much larger than your average 30 gallon kitchen trash can.

If you spent a day at it with a decent boat I bet you could grab 10 barrels. $700 dollars seems like a good day to me. If you had a great boat and a handful of people, why not 100 barrels and a $7,000 day? Definitely looks profitable, what did these guys make fishing?

If you had thousands or tens of thousands of people doing this in an effort to make a profit wouldn't that help clean this up?

I picture using some sort of cheesecloth contraption to scoop this stuff out of the water and dump it into a container on the boat. BP would set up places to trade this stuff in at all the marinas and it would be like homeless people trading in cans for money but these people would be getting a lot more money.

Look how easily this guy grabs this little bit of oil. If he did this all day (8 hours) by hand with that boat I bet he could grab at least 2 barrels worth. If he had some great net or whatever works, I'm saying easily 10 barrels.

Oh yeah, eat pizza from SliceTruck. This oil spill thing sucks, is it the beginning of the end for all of us? 2012? Is BP's stock price going to zero? I hope so.