Mullica Hill isn’t exactly a foodie goldmine. There aren’t very many restaurants in the tiny little town but one of the few we do have is Toscana. It looks like a chain, as so many suburban Italian joints do, but the food is certainly generally better than your typical Olive Garden. Not everything they prepare is awesome but overall it’s decent if you know what to order, and also like every restaurant in Mullica Hill it’s BYOB.
You can read my full review of Toscana Pizzeria and Grill for more information on what to order – and what to potentially avoid. (Quick answer: stick with the grilled meats, avoid the fish and pasta dishes sloppy with too much sauce.)