The Festive One Pizza Review from Domino’s Pizza

The Festive One Pizza Review from Domino's Festive Pizza Review

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What they say
The Festive One packs a punch with classic Christmas flavours including succulent, perfectly cooked turkey breast marinated in aromatic sage and onion, traditional Cumberland sausage, and crispy bacon to give you a taste of the top trimmings.

This limited-edition pizza comes on our hand-stretched, fresh dough with signature vine-ripened tomato sauce and is generously sprinkled with 100% mozzarella cheese.

What we say
The lads were looking forward to Christmas and the wives were busy spending our money and all was well with the world. Ted had suggested to his other half that a pizza on the big day was a good idea, sadly his other half was not so keen and with serious earache for his trouble he met up with Bill for a private Christmas pizza lunch to sample the new “Festive One” Pizza from Domino’s. So gimmicky pizzas are sometimes pretty dire, so our hopes were not sky high for The Festive One.

The pizza looks fairly good, nicely toasted on top and the classic base had light crispy edges well browned as well, with fresh tasting dough. The Festive One we had was quite well endowed with cheese, no half measures here, and it was soft and chewy with just the right amount of stringiness. Tomato sauce was the usual Domino’s fare, no disappointments but no shocks either.

So the “christmassy” part of the pizza is the Turkey. Now the lads would say that this would be the last topping we would ever order, it just doesn’t really quite work here either. It’s OK and fairly tasteless really which some would say is a blessing, and the sage and onion stuffing flavour at least gives it some go. The Cumberland sausage was perfectly good, meaty and juicy. Onions and crispy bacon finished it off, both of which were fine. So all in all, a gimmicky pizza but not one for the lads.

A festive sideways thumb from the Pizza Lads

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Vegi Supreme Pizza from Domino’s

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Vegi Supreme Pizza Review

What they say
Onions, green and red peppers, sweetcorn, mushrooms, tomatoes, classic crust.

What we say
The lads are looking to do their bit for Global warming (SAVING it we hasten to add), so as is the way a veggie option would be our contribution. We Are not big fans of meat free pizzas but we are nothing if not adaptable.

We made a collection on this occasion and had a bit of wait while an endless stream of delivery drivers made their collections but it was the weekend. Anyway when we got it home it was all fine and hot. It looked fairly well topped with lots of vegetables and was nice and colourful. Base was the classic, fairly sloppy but too doughy at the edge crusts.

Tomato sauce was very liberally spread (not sure if the machine was broken?, if they use a machine or we are guessing it was hand spread and the the cooks were a bit busy and careless) Any how, it was a bit too sweet, perhaps because of the amount? On the other hand the cheese machine/ person was rationing the cheese amount and it was a bit lacking in that department. Onto the veg, Onions were fine, sweet and mild, the pepper mix was a combination of sweet and mildly bitter tastes, but juicy.

Sweet Corn is pizza no no for the lads . Mushrooms were fresh tasting and plentiful. And chunky tomato pieces finished things off. On the whole we did like it in spite of the above criticisms and would recommended it to non meat lovers.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Garlic Chicken Bacon Aioli from Domino’s

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Garlic Chicken Bacon Aioli Pizza Review

What they say
Succulent chicken, crispy rasher bacon, spinach & red onion, served on a zesty garlic & pizza sauce base, topped with a Garlic Parmesan Aioli

What we say
The lads are not big garlic fans so you ask why would we review a pretty garlicky pizza, But we are here to serve and a lot of folks like garlic, so here we go.

The Pizza took a while to be delivered and was only slightly warm but hey that’s life and as with most pizza , hot or cold they are still the best. It looked very good with a good base/topping ratio.

The base was the usual high Domino standard and had a nice crust and airy dough.Zesty Garlic sauce was a pungent sauce with the deep depth of garlic flavor and the tang of lemons and was very refreshing. Mozzarella was thickly topped and had a lovely gooey texture. The chicken was indeed succulent and was browned to perfection with large irregular chucks which the lads thought was certainly unprocessed unlike some others we have eaten.

Crispy bacon rashers were once again nice big pieces with a subtle taste. Spinach was well spinach and was a bit bitter .Red onion always adds to any pizza and goes particularly well with Garlic for some reason. It was all finished off with Garlic Parmesan Aioli and no we don’t know what aioli is either but we reckon it is a mayo based garlic dizzle and it certainly looks that way.

Did we like this combo , yes more than we suspected, bacon and chicken was magic the only topping we would lose would be the spinach.. Nice Stuff

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Beef & Onion Pizza from Domino’s

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Domino’s Beef & Onion Pizza Review

What they say
Seasoned ground beef, slices of red onion & mozzarella cheese, served on a BBQ sauce base.

What we say
The lads were a bit short on cash, Australia has quite a high cost of living and so for this review we were reviewing a pizza from the so called value range, they tend to be fairly simple so the review will be quite brief. We collected this one and didn’t have to wait long. It looked a bit overcooked ,particularly on the crust edges, but it wasn’t too bad. Usual thinnish and crispyish base was light and airy.

Domino’s BBQ sauce is sweet and rich with hints of Paprika, Garlic and Spices, nice classic stuff. Mozzarella was thick and toasted well on top (perhaps due to the slight overcooking but really nothing tastes better than toasted cheese in the lads opinion). Then it’s Seasoned ground beef, slices of red onion, and who can complain, beef and onion just work together like a dream. So we liked the simplicity of the offering and as they say sometimes less is more!

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Fire Breather Pizza from Dominos

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Domino’s Fire Breather Pizza Review

What they say
Domino’s pepperoni, smokey leg ham, seasoned ground beef, fiery jalapenos, tomato & sliced red onion with a spicy hit of chilli flakes

What we say
The lads are very partial to a spicy hot pizza so how could we miss a fire breather, the name promises so much, so will it match up to our expectations? Ordered and turned up within a short time, and it looked and smelt pretty good with a good topping to base ratio. Base was fairly thin and crispy and nicely browned on the edges.

We had the standard tomato sauce which was as always very acceptable, quite rich and fresh tasting. Mozzarella was fairly liberally applied and had that gooey stringiness that the lads love. Pepperoni started the assault on our tongues and as always was the reliable classic hot stuff.

The smoky leg ham was of course not hot but had a deep smoked taste that really contrasted well with the other powerful toppings and was very meaty. Seasoned ground beef was tender and juicy and herby. The fiery jalapenos were the real start of the onslaught on our senses, plenty of them as well. Tomatoes were providing some relief from the heat. Red onion as always adds to any pizza and the pieces were quite large. It was all topped with the chilli flakes which really blew our minds, man they were hot. So our verdict, well with the addition of chilli flakes virtually any pizza could be turned into a fire breather, but the combo on offer was very good and it all worked well.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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BBQ Meats Deluxe from Domino’s

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Domino’s BBQ Meats Deluxe Review

What they say
Smokey Aussie beef brisket, paired with tender Peking duck, seasoned chicken, pepperoni & sliced red onion, all on a BBQ sauce base, topped with Hickory BBQ sauce & rocket garnish

What we say
The lads are today reviewing one of the new Domino’s super premium range of pizzas, BBQ meats deluxe has that Aussie twist which we love . Delivery service was a little slow but acceptable.

The pizza itself looked very appetising, Nice crust and fairly thin base but it was perhaps the heavily loaded toppings that meant we had to eat it pretty carefully, the taste was ace. BBQ sauce was sweet and tangy and certainly left a lasting impression on our taste buds. The mozzarella was literally oozing and was marvellous. Hogan’s Ghost ,the Western Australian beef brisket was tender and bursting with flavour and contrasted wonderfully with the Peking duck with it’s subtle spice, again we couldn’t complain and it was juicy! We were not too sure about the seasoned chicken, it was fine in and of itself but we thought it was a bit of a stretch to match it with beef and duck.

However it just about pulled it off in our opinion. And then there was the pepperoni, again a fairly odd combo choice and we felt it didn’t mix well with the other toppings. All finished off with more BBQ sauce and sprinkle of rocket.

Some awesome toppings mixed with others that didn’t fit! We did like it having said that as the beef and duck were more prominent in the crucial taste test.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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HOT & SPICY Double Decadence Pizza from Domino’s

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Domino’s HOT & SPICY Double Decadence Review

What they say
Turn up the heat with our Hot and Spicy pizza! Topped with ground beef, onions, red and green peppers and lots of jalapeños! 

How many spicy slices will you be able to handle?!
Decadent, delicious, and doubled down with gloriously melty Garlic & Herb Cheese, our Double Decadence base can take your favourite pizzas to the next level, trust.

It’s made by sandwiching two Thin & Crispy pizza bases with creamy Garlic & Herb Cheese in the middle, so every bite of your Double Decadence will be crisp, indulgent, garlicky, and packed with cheese.

When you order this pizza base, it’s finished off with our vine-ripened tomato sauce, a generous sprinkling of 100% mozzarella and your favourite Domino’s toppings.If you haven’t already, you’ve got to give Double Decadence a try. It’s cheesy, it’s crispy, and it’s packed with garlic and herb flavour – so order now on the Domino’s menu and find out what we’re bangin’ on about!

What we say
The lads were interested in reviewing for you, the new Double Decadence base for our discerning followers. Its a returning special base and has not been seen for many a year, but we remember it of course! The only question we had was, what pizza to have on top of it, Bill was all for just having the base but they wouldn’t let us, so we opted for the hot and spicy.

Pizza arrived good and hot and looked marvellous like a great big sandwich pancake type thing. We opted for a tomato sauce as it really mixes it up with the creamy Garlic & Herb Cheese filling in the pizza base.

So what was the base like I hear you cry? Really good, it all felt a bit sloppy in a way, but the taste was awesome and we felt we had a Double Decker pizza.

So that being said the tomato sauce was good, Mozza was fine, ground beef was plenty tasty, onions were sweet and the red and green pepper mix added that bite and texture and lots of Jalapeños were spread all over.

The pizza was hot stuff so be warned! So all in all, a nice topping to base ratio, hot hot hot but the base was ace. Great stuff, a winner and by the way we ate the lot, how many slices indeed!

A Thumbs up from The Pizza Lads…

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The Cheeseburger Pizza from Domino’s

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The Cheeseburger Pizza From Domino’s Review

The mind-blowing delicious mash-up comes packed with all the hallmarks of a signature cheeseburger including 100% mozzarella cheese, double ground beef, fresh tomato, onions, gherkins and Domino’s vine ripened tomato sauce.
The revolutionary hybrid is then topped off with the pizzamaker’s secret burger sauce on the inimitable taste of Domino’s freshly-handmade dough, which superfans nationwide know tastes like no other.
The new fusion ‘pizza-cheeseburger-combo’ really must be tasted to be believed and whilst it may not sound like it works on paper, it most definitely works on pizza!  Or should we say Domino’s pizza?
Let’s look at those mouth-watering ingredients one last time…
  • Domino’s vine ripened tomato sauce
  • 100% mozzarella cheese
  • A double portion of double ground beef
  • Freshly sliced tomatoes
  • Gherkins
  • A handful of chopped onions
  • A drizzling of Domino’s secret burger sauce
Domino’s Cheeseburger Pizza Review
The Lads were keen to review the cheeseburger pizza, we seemed to have overlooked this one but had previously done a review on the Papa John’s version.
The pizza was ordered on a busy day so delivery was slightly delayed but not by too much. The pizza’s appearance was 1st class, nice contrasting colours and patterns of the toppings really got our taste buds going. As we said the pizza arrived fairly quickly so it was good and hot. The standard base was just fine and tasted fresh with a hint of outer crispness. Standard tommy sauce was no disappointment.
The cheese was liberally topped and was browned nicely on top. The Toppings were just what the lads would have chosen if this was our creation. Double ground beef was succulent and tasty and we were so glad this was the double portion otherwise it would have been far too thinly spread. Lovely Tomatoes were soft and chunky, The gerkins really lifted the pizza and we felt it gave it that big “maccy d” type taste with a hint of sweet/sourness. Onions are are a must have on a burger pizza and it was all topped off with a burger sauce, criss crossed over the top, that is supposed to be a secret recipe.
Were not denying it is, but it tastes no better or worse than most others but it’s how it combines with the rest of toppings that matters and we have to say it was fantastic combo. So all in all and we were reluctant to go for this verdict but we have to say this is one of the best pizzas we have ever eaten. Changes for us – none, it could not be bettered.
4 thumbs up from the lads.

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The Chick Ain’t Pizza from Domino’s

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The Chick Ain’t From Domino’s Review

Loads of you at home have been sending in requests for a vegan ‘chicken’ pizza… and it’s finally landed in hundreds of stores across the UK. With vegan soya strips and loads of fresh veggie toppings,

The Chick-Ain’t is well worth the wait. Our talented pizza chefs knead and hand-stretch the vegan pizza dough until it’s light and airy, before spreading with a ladle of Domino’s own vine-ripened tomato sauce. Next, this new vegan pizza is topped with vegan soya strips, onions, green & red peppers and our ultra-melty vegan cheese alternative.

The Chick Ain’t From Domino’s Review
The lads are not known for being big vegans but we have often eaten vegan alternate products and in all honesty found them to be quite acceptable. So we will leave all prejudice aside and rate this pizza on it’s own merits but not making too many allowances. The wives try to be more health conscious than us so we include their opinions, bit of a shame really as this site is the only place we get to have any opinion at all. Anyway enough waffle.

Pizza was ordered on a quiet week night so turned up promptly, hence all hot and all good. The pizza looked pretty decent, colourful and tasty looking, edges nicely browned and a decent thickness of cheese. Nicely browned on top. The vegan base was not too much different to the normal classic crust, perhaps a shade lighter and crispier. Normal vine tomato sauce all OK.

Vegan cheese was not as good as normal cheese to us but it wasn’t bad and the wives actually prefer it, because they like the nutty taste. The chicken type soya strips have a uniform texture and were a bit tasteless but tender in a way so as long as you don’t linger over them they were passable and you might think it was actually chicken. These were combined with a fair amount of peppers and a bit of onion. So they say “loads of fresh veggie toppings” but we think that’s stretching things a bit and would have liked a couple more.

So we sound a bit negative but the verdict is we were fairly impressed, it was in it’s own right a reasonable pizza, and wives thought it was good. So we wouldn’t have one out of choice but if the the lads were vegans we would find this most acceptable.

A slight thumbs up from the lads and wives.

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The Absolute Banger Pizza from Domino’s

The Absolute Banger From Domino's Review

The Absolute Banger From Domino’s Review

To make The Absolute Banger, talented pizza chefs hand-stretch Domino’s signature fresh dough, before ladling on rich, vine-ripened tomato sauce. Then comes a generous sprinkling of 100% mozzarella cheese, and of course, the bangers – and lots of them! The Absolute Banger is topped with Domino’s iconic pepperoni slices, fiery chorizo and sizzling sausage – and if that wasn’t enough for one sausage fest – there’s also super-tasty, smoky hotdog slices.

Then it goes in the oven till the mozzarella is marvellously melty and those bangers are sizzling like a barbeque in August! Honestly, it’s delicious. Smoky, spicy, AND topped with sizzling sausages – what more could you ask for, eh?

The Absolute Banger Pizza Review
The lads were, due to current COVID-19 restrictions ,not able to meet to enjoy a pizza together so we decided to each order the same pizza and do an individual review on it… So here goes… We opted for the “absolute banger” from Domino’s which we thought was definitely one of the best names we had come across and has all sorts of ohh err missus connotations! We also liked the old bee sting pizza name as well, doesn’t take much to please the lads these days.

So telling the wives they were going to be having an absolute banger tonight which bought a cheesy grin to their faces. However obviously when the actually pizzas turned up we were in the doghouse again. Anyway on the reviews. Bill reckons the following: We stuck with the classic crust and standard toppings.The pizza was a little slow in arriving probably because they are pretty busy at the moment so this is forgivable and it was still hot enough. just. It looked very sausagey indeed (if such a word exists) and that about sums things up, usual tomato topped classic crust base was good and the cheese was fairly thickly topped. The real star is the Hotdog slices and these contrast excellently with the pepperoni and Chorizo, the porky smoky taste was spot on. so a winner! Ted remarks on similar experience with reference to the slow delivery.

The pizza looked a treat and i couldn’t fault the crust which was nicely browned, Tomato and cheese were up the standard i would expect. The mix of the spicy tangy smoky meaty sausage was a lovely combination, a meat lovers treat and veggies keep away. The only thing i would have changed is to leave out the plain sausage and have onions instead but that’s a personal choice. A good eat So taken together we were well pleased and would recommend! The absolute banger is absolutely banging pizza and i think the missus’s preferred it to any other type.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Tabasco Pizza from Domino’s

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Tabasco Pizza from Domino’s Review

Ground beef, onions, green and red peppers, jalapeño peppers with Tabasco flavoured mozzarella cheese stuffed into our fresh dough crust

Domino’s Tabasco Pizza Review
The lads were having a bad summer and the rain kept pouring down and making things pretty miserable, so Ted reckoned that to cheer us up we ought to have a hot and spicy pizza. The Hot and Spicy option from Domino’s seemed to fit the bill. To give it even more oomph we decided on the Tabasco and cheese stuffed crust which is a limited edition base. So we stocked up on Gaviscon and ordered our pizza. It arrived reasonably hot and looked nice and colourful with the array of peppers.

The Base was quite an expensive option but we liked the sound of it. The Tabasco flavoured cheese stuffing was pretty ace , not quite as plasticy as some stuffed crusts can be. The cheese inside was really pleasantly hot and we were well pleased with it, the base was itself was up to standard. Usual tomato sauce was fairly generous in covering. Standard mozzarella cheese was spot on.

The toppings were the ground beef forming the main ingredient and this was very nice and had a decent helping. Onions always go down well with any beef ingredients but we felt some more was needed.  green and red peppers add the taste that cant be topped, slighty hot and juicy.  jalapeño peppers added that usual kick. So was it hot and spicy? .. Yep especially with the Tabasco cheese crust but a portion of pepperoni might have really put it up there . I don’t think we would have this often but it really cheered us up. Now where’s that Gaviscon.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Catalan Chicken & Chorizo Pizza from Domino’s

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Catalan Chicken & Chorizo From Domino’s Review

Double pulled Catalan style chicken, chorizo, onions, green & red peppers topped with a drizzle of sour cream and paprika sauce

Domino’s Catalan Chicken & Chorizo Pizza Review
The lads are always on the lookout for new pizza combos and Domino’s are always coming up trumps on that score. Now Chicken and Chorizo is nothing new but of course this is doubled pulled? the last time that the lads had experienced a double pulled anything was when years ago we had been in nightclub (might have been a disco but hey were getting on now a bit) and we met our wives who were friends, ever since then we vowed to steer clear of double pulled anything as that story doesn’t have a happy outcome.

Anyway were losing the plot here so back to the pizza in question. It turned up on time and looked pretty good with a nice browned crust and appetizing looking drizzle of sour cream and paprika sauce. The dough was good and as it was a classic crust so not too thick either. No faults there. Tomato sauce was reasonable and the tomatoes are evident in the taste.

Standard mozza cheese was decent and was stringy and springy, just right. Toppings were the Double pulled Catalan style chicken which seemed a fairly standard offering, perhaps a bit herbier and finer than usual , nothing to complain about here. Chorizo was chunky and always lifts chicken to new levels, it was pretty spicy.

Onions and mixed peppers finished off the main toppings and added an intriguing contrast in taste and colour. And as we said earlier it was topped off with sour cream and paprika sauce and we felt this was the crowning glory and the paprika gave the whole offering a boost. So all in all we were happy with this new combo. It wont win any any awards but was a solid 7 out of ten from the lads.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Pepperoni Passion Pizza from Domino’s

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Pepperoni Passion Pizza from Domino’s Review

Extra pepperoni and extra mozzarella cheese on a Domino’s tomato sauce base

Domino’s Pepperoni Passion Pizza Review
The Pizza Lads started to feel the cold chill of winter setting in, gone were the long hot days of summer with light Pizzas. Now it’s all about heat and energy giving food. So in this spirit we thought that only lots of pepperoni will do to remove the chill. Heading off to Domino’s, we of course opted for the Pepperoni Passion.

We choose to stay with the classic crust and when we opened the box it looked mighty fine, the crust was a nice shade of brown and just crispy enough on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

The top of the pizza could hardly be seen with the generous covering of Pepperoni, but what cheese peaked through was well toasted and tasted great. The tomato sauce was rich and tasty and the extra cheese piled on really gave satisfaction with it’s indulgence, it was chewy and stringy just as we like it.

The Pepperoni itself was a deep porky/beefy variety, seasoned with a strong chilli powder, it was also not to greasy. So we really got our fix and to be honest our mouths were burning up by the time we had finished.

Lovely A big thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Ham & Pineapple Pizza from Domino’s

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Ham & Pineapple Pizza from Domino’s Review

A beautiful Ham & Pineapple pizza from Domino’s Pizza

Domino’s Ham & Pineapple Pizza Review
The lads realised that we hadn’t had a Domino’s Pizza for a while, and we do like our Domino’s. The missuses were off out to the Mall to waste some more of our dough. They gave us a stern lecture before they left about not eating any Pizzas today.

We tend never to listen, so dug out the latest menu. Having had a look they don’t seem to do any new combo offerings at the moment, so we thought we would fall back on an old favourite of Ham & Pineapple. Now some peeps say Pineapple doesn’t belong on a pizza but not us, and believe us when we say we have had a lot odder things in the past. We chose the classic crust which we find gives us the slightly crunchy crust in a sort sourdough way and it is not too thin or too thick.

The usual Tomato sauce was evenly spread and has a good rich taste. The Mozzarella was nicely browned and lovely and stringy. The Ham pieces had a almost smokey taste and had browned at the edges adding to pleasing overall look. The Pineapple was fresh tasting and had plenty of bite. So we were well pleased with this classic offering. Now all we have to do is hide the evidence from our wives and start spraying air freshener around and eating mints.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads…

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Sicilia Pizza from Domino’s Pizza

Sicilia Pizza from Domino's Pizza Review

Sicilia Pizza from Domino’s Pizza Review

Chicken Breast Strips, Cajun Seasoning, Red Onions & Pepper Pearls for a hot & sweet kick, served with our exclusive Chilli Oil.

Domino’s Sicilia Pizza Review
The lads had a succession of very meaty based Pizzas of late and to be honest we felt like we needed a change. Veggie Pizzas are all good but Chicken really hits the mark. Scanning our menus we settled upon the Sicilia from Domino’s Pizza. It’s part of the Italiano range which is a thinner, hand-stretched base which we think is a bit tougher and chewy than the standard. However this is the more authentic taste.

Usual decent cheese and tomato base. On to the toppings, Chicken breast, it’s got Cajun spices, it’s got pepper pearls and red onions. The Chicken breast was juicy and tender and the Cajun spices added a kick. The pepper pearls were not too hot really and worked very well. The lads felt that some mushrooms would have set things off a bit more, but we only review the standard menu items as they will be served to you.

Winner winner chicken dinner (or pizza)
A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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