Chicago Town Takeaway Sauce Stuffed Crust Reviews
Product Type: Chicago Town Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Chicago Town / Type: Other Ready Meals / Crust stuffed with tomato sauce
Newest Review: ... it in a pre heated. I put mine straight onto the shelf, not on a tray, at 180 for about 15 minutes. The first thing I ... more
by - written on 23/01/11 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Chicago Town's Takeaway Sauce Stuffed Crust pizza claims on its box to be better than Dominos and Pizza Hut. Both those brands produce pretty great pizzas, so that's quite a claim for the product to live up to. I was dubious at first, but got my hands on one of these for only £1.50 when they first went on sale in my local Asda. At that price, I was happy to give it a go and see how good it was. I like the other pizzas from the Chigaco Town range, so I doubted I'd dislike it, even if I didn't think it was better than other leading brands. Surprisingly, I did easily agree that this is better than both Dominos and Pizza Hut pizzas are! For a full retail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
My husband loves this Pizza, but I think it is only alright. It is nice enough, but not that special and I don't think it is worth the price tag. Found in the freezer section of shops, this Pizza will set you back about £3.50. I've seen the odd offer on this, but often it is just down to £3, which is still a bit expensive for a frozen Pizza in my view. The packaging for this is alright. The pizza is on a thin black tray and wrapped in cellophane. The box is quite large, and they could have reduced the cardboard slightly. The main colouring on the box is black and it has the Chicago Town branding on the front and a nice picture of a Slice of Pizza ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I had one of these Takeaway pizzas from Chicago Town and thought it was one of the best pizzas I've had out of the freezer. I got mine in Cooltrader and it was £2.00 but if you buy it from Sainsburys then it's nearly £3.50 and that's a bit of a rip off for a frozen pizza. I got it because it said it was stuffed crust and I expected it to be cheese in the crust but it's not it's tomato sauce and tastes like the same one used on the top of the pizza. It's a wicked sauce and is a bit tangy because there are herbs in it and the tomato sauce is smooth and proper rich and it makes the boring crust more interesting than when it's plain because I didn't even need to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
*This is a review of the pepperoni version of this pizza* As I'm sure you all probably know I'm a massive fan of pizza and recently I've just been eating more and more of it! So when in Tescos the other day my partner grabbed this, currently on offer at £2.50 from £3.45 (only until 27th September!) I remember having one of these before in the cheese variety and thinking how lovely it was so I wasn't going to say no! The pizza is quite large and weighs 645g. On the box it says it was voted tastier than both Dominos and Pizza Hut (and a lot cheaper too!). As I said, the box is huge and I had trouble fitting it into a carrier bag. It is mainly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Now don't get me wrong, I love all pizza. The act of putting tomato, cheese and other things on bread and cooking til hot and crispy excites me even whilst writing this. Though I would never wish to admit it (like on an open internet review site!) but i see myself as something of a pizza connoiseur. Thus when browsing the shelves of Tescos last night I opted for this sauce crust, chicken and veg topped large frozenn pizza for £3.49 (two for £6 at the moment, justto let you know. It was larger than most frozen pizzas and the person I shared it with told me that the advert claimed to be as good as Domino's and Pizza Hut, though I had my ... Read the complete review
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