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Dish of the week: Domino’s Reggae Reggae pizza

Lynda Moyo gets Everything Everything she wants from Reggae Reggae pizza

Published on May 12th 2011.


Dish of the week: Domino’s Reggae Reggae pizza

What?

Domino’s Reggae Reggae pizza.

The blame:

Levi Roots. Is there anything this man can’t get away with putting Reggae Reggae sauce on?

DSC07813.JPGThe circumstance:

Two for Tuesday anyone? You know the deal. £18.49 for two large pizzas with stuffed crust. Sold.

I’d just been to see Manchester band Everything Everything at the Academy (fantastic gig by the way) so it made a lot of sense to get a takeaway food with as much random repetition.

The appearance:

It comes in its own specially designed box. Levi Roots’ silhouette is on the front. He’s shaking his dreads with excitement because he knows he’s done it yet again.

The experience:

We rang for ours but a colleague of mine got his via the Domino’s App on his iPhone. Handy. His verdict on takeaway technology?  “Very good. I’m living in the future.”

DSC07801.JPGThe pizza:

It looks bog standard until ‘Hey is that chicken with that pineapple? And peppers?’ It’s a party on a pizza. With loads of gatecrashers. First bite, tastes like an ordinary barbeque base pizza but once you swallow and wait three seconds you realise someone spiked the barbie. That someone is Levi Roots.

Couple of slices in and your lips feel strangely bigger. Couple more still and those with delicate stomachs may start to feel the burn. It’s zingy and firey yet sweet. The pizza comes with the usual Domino’s garlic and herb dip too. That’s like pouring brandy sauce on a fillet steak. Garlic and herb sauce has no place on Caribbean food. Domino’s need to be a bit more inventive with that one. Maybe ask Levi again. Actually don’t. He’ll just suggest Reggae Reggae sauce. Heard of it?

22106_levi_roots__whats_the_secret-590x393.jpgThe consequences:

It’s so nice he named it twice. It’s so nice we ate it twice. No regrets. This is Domino’s best pizza simply because it actually tastes of something.

Guilt factor rating:

Don’t feel guilty. Just chill man. 7/10. Coming soon, Reggae Reggae cheesecake.

 

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9 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

Jonathan Schofield editorMay 12th 2011.

Ah yes, another edition of Lynda Moyo's ugly looking food fetishes. First the chicken split and now this.

tblzebraMay 12th 2011.

Is it better than the Texas BBQ one?

Oh the shame...

Karen ThompsonMay 12th 2011.

This is my second Favourite Dominos Pizza, after Meateor. n

Jonathan Schofield - editorMay 13th 2011.

Melanie stick with us. We are not Groupon in any way. We have thirty articles on Manchester this week all of which are independent editorial. Ask Livebait if we're Groupon - http://tiny.cc/nygg9 We're changing the backoffice is all, we'll get there.

HarryMay 13th 2011.

Where is it?

Andy MeliaMay 13th 2011.

Looks like someone's been sick on it...

Mark JorgensenMay 13th 2011.

Domino's are far too stingy with their toppings I reckon.
But, the garlic and herb dip for the crusts is a touch.....

AnonymousMay 13th 2011.

I have heard that Domino actually bakes dough by themselves at each shop, is it true?

I had thought they were using frozen one...

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