With the proper limited expectations, I think you can be satisfied with the pizza you get from Little Caesars given the price. I was able to get a HOT-N-READY pepperoni pizza, a HOT-N-READY sausage pizza, and two orders of their Crazy Bread for slightly less than $20. Being able to comfortably feed four adults for less than $20 is pretty impressive, so just don’t expect it to taste like pizza straight from Italy. Their Crazy Bread are breadsticks with butter, garlic, and parmesan cheese sprinkles, and these are a nice side item if you want something in addition to pizza. However, if your goal is pure quantity at the lowest price, it is worth nothing that an order Crazy Bread costs nearly 80% as much as a HOT-N-READY pizza ($3.99 for Crazy Bread and $5 for a HOT-N-READY pizza), and they don’t represent 80% as much food.
The HOT-N-READY pizzas from Little Caesars have a fairly bland crust, but it doesn’t taste bad and isn’t cooked poorly. I think I would like to try their Detroit-style deep dish pizza next time though in hopes that its crust is better. Other than that, the sauce, cheese, and toppings are all certainly serviceable and did not taste significantly worse than other chain pizza restaurant. Also, the convenience of knowing their HOT-N-READY pizzas are always prepared and waiting for you whenever you swing into a Little Caesars is very nice, and this did not make them taste too stale or anything. Overall, Little Caesars is a pretty good option for the budget-conscious pizza consumer.
What I Ate: HOT-N-READY Pepperoni and HOT-N-READY Sausage
17423 Carey Road
Westfield, IN 46074