Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Domino's online pizza delivery - a perfect meal at the end of a long day

By TT, London Chow's regular contributor

With autumn here and the long nights closing in, all I want to do after a long day's work is to sit down in front of the telly with a piping hot supper. But some days - I just don't have the energy to rustle up something myself and that's why I am pretty pleased when asked by Domino's Pizza whether I would like to review their online pizza. Comfort food delivered to my doors - what more can a girl ask for?


Domino's is a brand which needs no introduction. Think pizza delivery and Domino's springs to the mind. Its two pizzas for the price of one meal deal on Tuesdays is such good value and would allow one to savour 2 flavours at one go - I simply must go for that deal.

Domino's Premier - chorizo galore 

The website was ridiculously simple to navigate, the only tough thing was to make my choice from the extensive menu of pizzas, sides and deserts. I finally decided on Domino's Premiere (toppings consist of chorizo, pepperoni, steak and pastrami together with Domino’s tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese) and Meltdown The Revenge (toppings consist of cheese slices, mozzarella cheese, meatballs, ground beef, jalapenos, sweet chilli peppers, bird eyes chillies and American style mustard).

Meltdown The Revenge - meatballs to die for

I was very impressed when within 30 minutes of me placing the order, the pizzas were delivered to my door, steaming hot. Domino's pizzas come with an interesting creamy mayo like dip for the crust which works a treat. I wasn't sure what to expect in terms of flavour, I thought they would probably be better than the supermarket varieties but no better than the high street varieties but I was proven wrong - I was blown away by the full on flavours of the pizzas, which is probably due in no small part to the fresh ingredients used (proudly proclaimed on Domino's website). I am particularly fond of Meltdown The Revenge, the meatballs embedded in the dough were delicious and went very well with the cheese and peppers. Beware though, it is really as spicy as the description cautions, I am a spicy food lover and even I have to run for a cup of tea to wash the spice down.

2 pizzas being too much even for me and my gluttony friends, I had plenty of leftovers for my dinner the next day. And they still taste smashing after being reheated in the oven. I am now a convert - Tuesdays are my new Fridays!

TT, who is a regular contributor to both London Chow and Singaporean in London, is always on the lookout for good London deals. 

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