Dr Oetker's Ristorante Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Dr Oetker's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Dr Oetker's / Type: Pizza
Newest Review: ... a bit boring. (maybe next time) I noticed they were extremely cheap priced at £2.25 in my local Tesco's thats a whopping ... more
by - written on 16/10/07 (Very useful, 1188 readings)
I am somewhat of a pizza lover, and I do have to say that these are most definitely the best frozen pizzas I have ever tried! My dad will even say that he prefers these frozen pizzas to a takeaway pizza! Dr Oetker do a few different kinds: Pizza Hawaii, Pizza Speciale and Pizza Mozzarella. The Mozzarella one is my fave mmmmmm. They can be a bit more expensive than other frozen pizzas (just under £2), but they are well worth the money as they taste so much better and they are of much better quality. These pizzas can often go on special offer at supermarkets and can sometimes sell for under £1 so keep an eye out and grab a bargain! Sometimes I like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/08 (Useful, 165 readings)
I do like Dr Oetker's Ristorante Pizza especially the peperroni variety however I tend to only buy them when they are on special offer at Tesco when they can be either £2.50 or £3.00 for two which is still more expensive than the Tesco own brand but these are much nicer. The thing is with pixxa and I do not like the deep crust ones, I prefer my pizza to be thin crust as I find the thick cut ones heavy going. Dr Oetker's is the thin crust variety and one pizza can easily serve two and possibly three people and goes well ith a side salad. They take between fifteen and twenty minutes to cook in the oven from frozen. When they come out of the oven they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
These Ristorante pizzas are by far, the best in the supermarket! I don't really buy frozen pizza often and used to just enjoy the odd takeaway one or one made on the counter at Asda but I have to say that these Dr Oetker pizzas are better than takeaway ones! These particular pizzas can be bought in Tesco or Asda ad are kept in thew freezer section. They aren't the cheapest around but are mostly on offer at 2 pizzas for £3.00 which is not too bad. To buy individually they cost around £2.18. In my opinion, they are well worth the money as a standard takeaway one costs over £5.00 nowadays. These pizzas come in large flat boxes with all nutritional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Being a vegetarian, sometimes you want a little more variety than just cheese and tomato pizzas constantly. Vegetable pizzas are rarely sold in shops so I jumped at the chance when I saw a Dr Oetkas vegetable pizza for sale. Even better, these pizzas are quite often on a 2 for £... offer in Tescos, which is of course an added bonus in these credit crunch times. The pizza comes in packaging that looks foreign, like you would purchase it on holiday. When I opened the pizza I was pleased to find that I could recycle all the packaging. The pizza is thin crust and looks like it has very little cheese on top, which would normally put me off a pizza. The reason it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/09, updated on 06/01/09 (Very useful, 190 readings)
A couple of days before Christmas a friend of mine popped in who I haven't seen for a while, she mentioned she hadn't had anything to eat so I took a Dr Oetker Ristorante pizza out of the freezer to rustle us up a spot of lunch. This is the first time I have tried Ristorante pizza so I was quite surprised to see how thin it was when I slid it out of the box, it's much thinner than the usual pizza I buy from Tesco or Sainsbury's and it's quite obvious that this is going to be a 'thin 'n' crispy' rather than deep pan pizza. The one we ate was Pizza Mozzarella and even frozen it looked delicious! There are seven flat rounds of mozzarella cheese ... Read the complete review
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