Didn't want to honor the groupon first time I went. When I returned after complaining to groupon, they had a lot of restrictions on the groupon. This did not impress me about thier business ethic.
Worst groupon I have ever purchased. This is NOT a restaurant - it's a take out place. They didn't want to honor the groupon - said they had tried to cancel it, then said we could ONLY use the groupon for pizza, even though they have an extensive menu. We received about $15 worth of pizza (two mediums) for our $30. I could have ordered delivery for the same. I will never go to this place again and don't believe that Groupon should deal with this business.
I will go back if I had another groupon.
Everything about our visit was wonderful.
This isn't a restaurant, but a takeout pizza place. While they have Indian food, and that was the reason I purchased the Groupon, I was told that I had to order 'American' food only from their menu. This was on the Groupon overview page, but not in the details or on the groupon itself. After placing the order, I waited for about 30 minutes and then was asked what I was waiting for. After another 20 minutes, the food was finally ready. Spending $15 for a take-out spaghetti dinner, lettuce salad and stale chocolate cake was a waste of money. I won't be returning.
the nann is not really good.
We are always looking for unusual, gourmet type pizza so we were pleased to see all the choices. We love Indian food too, so we'll have to try that sometime.
Need to put less oil in the food
It was an overall good carryout but it want anything spectacular, that i would go out of my watt to recommend to anyone. Average food average service.
They were strangely selective about which dishes I could purchase with the groupon. Makes no sense. They also told me it was all white meat, but chicken korma was very unappetizing dark meat. Threw out dish.
From Our Editors
Long Reach Pizza's menu bridges two tasty culinary traditions: American and Indian. Jumbo buffalo wings and pizza dominate the restaurant’s American menu, alongside hot or cold subs. Pizzas are assembled atop hand-tossed crusts and can include such creatively minded toppings as banana peppers, bacon, eggplant, or fast-talking ad executives. On the Indian menu, diners begin with samosa or chicken-dumpling appetizers before perusing lamb, chicken, and shrimp entrees simmered in creamy, spiced sauces. The kitchen also uses halal meat in some of its dishes, while the list of vegetarian dishes includes chana masala or saag paneer with aromatic basmati rice.