Pizza Express Margherita Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Pizza Express Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... a little thicker than in the restaurant but the taste isn't far off the classical Pizza Express taste. The taste is ... more
by - written on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I love a good pizza and I have tried many varieties, unfortunately nothing comes close to the lovelyness that is pizza hut, unfortunately that lovelyness also comes with a very hefty price tag so most of the pizzas I eat are of the supermarket variety. I have tried many different kinds of pizza, mostly supermarket own as the branded versions tend to be a lot more expensive. I recently noticed in tescos that pizza express 8" pizzas were half price, they are £4 normally and there is no way I would pay that for a pizza from a supermarket, but at £2 I thought it was worth a shot. Pizza express is a well known restaurant chain which offers sit in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 183 readings)
The popular Pizza Express restaurant chain also do some of their pizzas in a home version which you can buy from most supermarkets. As a vegetarian, the only one which I can have is the margherita, with Pizza Express's base, tomato cause and topped with mozzarella cubes and herbs. It comes in two sizes. The pizza is cooked in the oven, and for me only takes around 10 minutes from chilled - I don't like my pizza browned, I like it with the cheese just melted, so if you prefer it a bit crispier you can leave it for longer. After a few minutes in the oven a delicious smell starts to appear, which makes me keep checking the pizza to see if it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Anyone who knows me know that I am addicted to dining out at Pizza Express. I love their authentic Italian style pizzas and fresh tasty toppings so when I heard about their 'at home' range I was very excited. The pizza's come in blue cardboard boxes with the classic white 'PE' logo and in plastic wrapping, a little excessive packaging but they are trying to portray quality through their packaging. However the packaging can be recycled and should be! As I'm vegetarian Margherita was currently the only option from their range of Pizzas I could eat. I do believe they are releasing some more vegey ones soon though. I do find Margherita quite boring, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Pizza Express was founded in 1965 by Peter Boizot, when he opened his first restaurant in London. The brand has gone from strength to strength and luckily for us, their pizzas can now be purchased in supermarkets. Pizza Express Margherita Pizza can be found in the chilled cabinet and is suitable for home freezing. It is packaged in a dark blue cardboard box, with a fancy cut-out shape, through which you can view the pizza. The lettering on the packaging is coloured in white and yellow and it states that the company was 'Established 1965' and the pizza is 'Individually Handmade'. The box does look very classy and gives the pizza, a quality feel before even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I love eating out, and Pizza Express is one of my favorite restaurants. With the credit crunch anyway to save money is a good thing so the fact that Sainsbury's have started selling this Pizza Express bake at home range was quite exciting to me! Next time I was shopping I picked up one of the Pizza Express Margherita pizzas. They are in the fridge section rather than the frozen one. They are in blue boxes decorated very similarly to the Pizza Express menus and their signs with their logos on. You cannot miss them in their section. The great thing about their packaging is that it is 100% recyclable as it is cardboard. The pizza itself is quite large ... Read the complete review
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