Rocky Mountain Flatbread continues to impress me as the most kid-friendly restaurant in Kitsilano – I’ve never seen a place with so many high-chairs. On top of that they make the best pizza in town likely because of their commitment to all natural organic ingredients.
While trying to make a decision last night on whether to get a regular or large spicy pepperoni pizza, our waitress mentioned that she had just blogged about the math behind the decision thanks to the work of a couple keen customers.
Curious to know whether the price increase over the 10″ was worth the extra money, Keo and Stan calculated the exact area increase of a 13″ pizza from a 10″ – answering the very question that boggles customers when faced with how much pizza to order. With only a borrowed pen and a scrap piece of paper, Keo and Stan calculated that a 13″ pizza is a 69% increase in area to a 10″, with a price increase of 63%.
Last modified: July 15, 2010