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Oct 3, 2011

Review: Domino's - Tuscan Salami & Roasted Veggie Artisan Pizza

Domino's Tuscan Salami & Roasted Veggie Artisan Pizza is one of their new Artisan Pizzas. The 13" x 9" rectangle pizza is priced at $7.99.

It's described as "ideal proportions of salami, spinach and onions, roasted red and banana peppers, and a dash of oregano, all over a garlic Parmesan sauce on an artisan-style crust." The boxes are signed by the store manager. Mine's was signed by a non-Saved by the Bell "Mario Lopez."

The crust is thinner and chewier than Domino's standard pizza with nice bits of bubbling here and there. It's actually pretty good but lacks a bit of that soft pizza crust doughy-ness that would make it great. I like it much better than Domino's new crust.
The salami comes paper thin but gets a nice crispy char at the edges, it's pretty good when you happen to get a bite of it with a light, seasoned flavor. I do wish they were a little thicker though. The banana peppers and the garlic Parmesan sauce combine for just a touch too much vinegary tartness though and the spinach is mostly for decoration with not much flavor.
The advertisement say each pizza is meant for two but at 8 slices, you could easily feed 3 or 4 people.

According to the Domino's website, the Domino's Tuscan Salami & Roasted Veggie Artisan Pizza, carried a rating of 4.1 out of 5.0 based on 26 customer reviews.
It's not close to the best pizza but it's good. I especially like the crust though I might go with different toppings. Still, I like it much better than regular Domino's pizza and it is pretty fancy for a pizza chain.

Domino's Pizza Website

Nutritional Info - Domino's Tuscan Salami & Roasted Veggie Artisan Pizza
per slice, 8 per slices per pizza (64g)
Calories - 150 (from Fat - 60)
Fat - 6g (Saturated Fat - 2g)
Sodium - 280mg
Carbs - 17g (Sugar - 1g)
Protein - 5g


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8 comments :

  1. Way smaller than they show on TV. Very upset with the misrepresentation. Not worth the the price.

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  2. you are such a h8r

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  3. Are you sure it wasn't the real Mario Lopez? Seems like that's the kind of job he'd have these days.

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  4. I think I just tend to eat smaller meals and graze throughout the day.

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  5. Yeah, no kidding. I'm always amused when places like Domino's claim an extra-large pizza "serves 3-4."  It's not even big enough for me to split with one other person. If I'm really hungry I can eat it all myself, especially their thinner crust pizzas.

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  6. Unfortunately 8 slices would barely go for two people when I'm one of them. And I'm a slim guy, but rarely do I go less than four slices for a meal, unless its' a snack.

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  7. Medium = 3 meals

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  8. Amazingly small, this thing is about the size of a piece of standard copy paper. And just as thin. This won't even feed one person.

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