Sep 5, 2019

Review: Little Caesars - Quattro Pizza

Little Caesars Quattro Pizza features a large round pizza with each quarter of it being topped differently. Specifically, it comes topped with Pepperoni, Cheese, Italian Sausage & Pepperoni, and Italian Sausage & Bruschetta. The entire pizza is sprinkled with garlic herb seasoning.

I bought one for $7.

There are really three novel things you get with the new Quattro Pizza: new bruschetta, variety of toppings on one pizza, and the same garlic herb seasoning that you find on their Italian Cheese Bread.

The bruschetta topping is probably the most notable feature of the pizza. It consists of fresh Roma tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil, and balsamic vinegar. It was good for an enjoyable tomato-y freshness, a strong dose of garlic, and good amount of tang.

The slices with sausage and bruschetta on them seemed to include more cheese than the others, which balanced out the tanginess of the bruschetta while adding a little more richness. The combined effect was a lot like eating bruschetta (the aforementioned toppings on grilled bread). I imagine it would feel even more like the actual dish if it were on a thin crust. The sausage actually felt like a distraction and unnecessary here.

As far as variety goes, I was pleasantly surprised to find that each of the different topping combination fell neatly on two slices of pizza each with very little in the way of stray toppings. Usually I can't even get a half-and-half topped pizza cut so nicely. Besides the bruschetta, you get some very classic, familiar, and popular toppings with pepperoni, cheese, and pepperoni & sausage. They were fairly standard: the cheese was gooey enough, the pepperoni offered little to no spicy heat, and the sausage was slightly herby. I wouldn't say there was that much variety but it's still nice.

The garlic herb seasoning contributed a light garlicky note to the whole pizza that I found enjoyable.

Overall, Little Caesar's Quattro Pizza turned out rather well. I especially enjoyed the new bruschetta topping, which was good for a freshness that isn't typically found on big chain pizzas.

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