Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by archerexpert777, Feb 14, 2020 at 12:50 AM.
This is why Dominos is better:
Papa Johns Dominos Pizza
Here in New England, a state called New Hampshire only has 2 Papa John's Pizza Places.
But in New Hampshire, there's lots of Domino's Pizza Places in the Southern of NH.
You could've said in New Hampshire lol
Anyways that's a good thing cuz people know Dominos is #1 Papa Johns is #3
I agree dominos is #1, but what’s #2 if papa johns is #3?
Idk. Pizza Hut?
My top favorite Pizza Restaurants
1- Dominos Pizza
2- Papa Johns
3- no its not Pizza Hut, its Little Caeser
Pizza hut sucks dominos is bad, but there are a few pizza places near me only called commelas and one named nicks place II and one named mikes pizza :~)
Top fast food pizza:
Trader Joe's Pizza
Kroger Brand Pizza
Never heard of those.
I've only been to Papa John's, Domino's and, uh....
I preferred Domino's if I can remember.
Top pizza company’s (not including restaurants)
2. Pizza express delivery
3. Papa johns
3. Pizza Hut
4. Local pizza company
How dare you insult our lord and savior Aldi. Where else can you get a $1 energy drink, $4 pizza, and $30 futon, all within a single 100-square-foot building?
Little Caesar is goood too idk why i didnt add it to my list
A fellow lidl hater. Asda needs to be wayy higher up
When a UK supermarket sells pizza
seriously wtf that's so weird for them to sell pizza. Is it good or just terrible? Never been to the UK nor out of the country for 8 years
I do prefer Domino's overall for chain pizza, HOWEVER both papa John's and pizza hut have slightly better crust!
One issue with Domino's is that they proof and prep the dough at a per store basis (worked at Domino's for 3 years at 4 different locations). Depending on how your specific location preps things, though dough/crust can be a lot worse depending on location. The main two Domino's I worked at put a ton of love and care into everything, and the pizzas always tasted great. With the Domino's near me now, though, the crust tends to taste a lot more cardboard-y
I think its the people who prep the dough at the dominos near you or the lack of quality that is being put. The dominos here is thick and fluffy
That's what I was trying to say in my post
I usually go with a local pizza place near me, as it's the only one that will deliver to my house just outside the city limits, but I do go for Domino's when I'm already out or not opposed to driving. Their wings and garlic twists are quite good.
Ah my bad, I thought you were referring to those places that weren't making the dough the right way
I love their garlic crust and love their cinnamon bread (or whatever its called)
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