We passed by a Domino’s located at Upper Serangoon Road and we decided to dine in, just to try out the difference between a delivery order and having the pizza fresh out of the oven. My verdict is that because the pizza reaches us within as little as 20 minutes it’s still just as good and kept nice and hot in a warmer bag that the delivery people use. B didn’t like the thin crust and felt that real pizza should have a thick dough. He must preferred the thicker crust. I love the thin crust and prefer the cheesier creamier pizza with loads of toppings.
The classic hand tossed Hawaiian. Personal size (6 inches).
The thin crust 9 inch Chicken Temptation which I love because of the mayo or creamy cheesy sauce they add. It’s called the classified sauce.
The red, blue, domino design of this fast food chain is very cheery and I loved that it was nice and empty as most people just go for delivery. Reminded me of dominoes that I always wanted as a kid but never got. Thought they were very cool but at that time they were very rare and expensive too.
The bill. Expensive pizzas if you don’t have one of their discount coupons.
The restaurant front.
You can spot the shop along this row of shophouses, but you need to park across the road at the Public Carpark.
This blog review touches on the high charges and no service issue which I think is very true. I didn’t mind collecting my order just like at a fast food place, but I didn’t like that ice cubes were not provided. And I too agree that the hawker stall next door was tempting us with their carrot cake.
943 Upper Serangoon Road