Our famous BBQ sauce, extra mozzarella cheese, loaded with pepperoni, beef, bacon, ham, Italian sausage, shredded cotto and smoked bacon, on your choice of crusts.
I love pizza and love meat so this pizza is the perfect package. Dominoes is my pizza takeaway of choice because of taste and location...when I first saw this pizza advertised I thought I must try and and man I am super glad I did because it really is a meat lovers pizza topping, it was literally oozing with 7 different meats and the amount was nothing I had seen before on a shop bought pizza.
I love pepperoni and the italian sausage the best, I love the spicy flavour that both meats bring to the pizza topping. When I first bought it I had it on the original base and it tasted great and the next time I bought it I supercharged it with the triple cheese base and boy oh boy it was magic...my two favourite things together in the most magnificent pizza ever invested, all that meat and all that cheese!!
It is well worth the extra surcharge because compared to any normal pizza the extra charge is worth every single penny, more toppings call for having to pay more pingers and I am all good with that because it is worth it.
This is a pizza that I will continue to buy because I love my meat, I love my pizza and the service at Dominoes is top notch, which makes the pizza all that much better too I know I can reply on the pizza to taste good each and every time.
Whenever we get pizza with a group, you can guarantee that at least half the pizzas will be a meat lovers of some description. Generally if we are feeding a large group, it will be because we have had a group of friends doing something for us. Either moving house, or doing a mass yard working bee.
So we need something yummy, filling but still cheap enough to be able to afford it. We like using Domino's for these types of events. Most people enjoy the taste of the pizzas and they always have great deals.
Domino's 7 Meats Pizza is a delicious mix of meats, with BBQ sauce. I don't think a meat pizza is right without BBQ sauce! My mouth is watering just thinking about it. I also really like the mix of cheese on these pizzas. Its great you can swap the crust style out as well.
Roll up, roll up, all you carnivores out there... come and see the mightiest, meanest, meatiest pizza you could want!
Rocking in to pack the furnace in your belly with a heapin' helpin' of meaty hospitality, this is so packed with meat, it will give you that carnivorous fix you've been craving.
I tried this on a classic crust, so I didn't get swayed by anything crusty, and I am glad I did... it was great taking a bite of meataholic pizza and being able to taste all the various flavours. The Italian sausage had a really nice spicy zing that complimented the pepperoni, the bacon really added a mellow rounding to the flavour along with the ham. The rest sort of fell in between.
For those who really want to push it up a notch, this would probably go well on The Edge crust, where you'll get even MORE toppings, or you may want to try adding that extra cheesy blast by going for the Triple Cheese crust, for that super indulgent experience. (Of course, if you do, you need to keep in mind there is another $2 surcharge for the crusts. A great time to use any discount vouchers you have lying around on the back of your shopping receipts.)
Overall... my hit-pick pizza for summer, by a long shot!
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