After a busy Friday, Darryn and I decided to stop in to Romeo’s (Broadmead Location) for dinner around 6 p.m. We expected the place to be packed with quite a wait for a table, and were happily surprised when we were able to be seated within 5 minutes. Although clearly busy, our server promptly brought us water and offered to take our drink orders (on this particular occassion we both stuck to the water).
After purusing the menu, I ordered the Nachos described as “crisp corn tortillas, tomatoes, green peppers, olives, onions and a blend of melted cheeses, with sour cream, salsa & guacamole” ($13.25) and Darryn ordered a regular sized specialty pizza, the Aloha Deluxe which has ham, pineapple, bacon, oven roasted chicken breast, mozzarella & tomato sauce, on a Romeo’s orginal crust ($13.95).
I found the nachos to be average and that they were lacking cheese and spice (a few jalepenos could fix that!). Darryn thought his pizza was delicious and that it was a nice twist on the traditional hawaiian pizza. Having been to Romeo’s serveral times in the past, I can honestly say that I’ve never gone wrong when ordering their pizza, and will likely stick to that in the future.
Overall, the ambiance at the Broadmead Romeo’s is causal and family friendly. There is nothing fancy about this place but the food is reliably good and offers great service.