Domino’s Gourmet Range

When I had a review on the cards that involved pizza, I knew I had to call in the big guns. Here’s D with another guest review.


Pizza pizza pizza! Who doesn’t love a good ol’ slice of pizza? Recently Ally and I were contacted by Domino’s to try out their new gourmet range of pizzas. While we normally reserve servings of Domino’s pizza to late night outings, we were still happy to jump mouth first into a gourmet serving of pizza.

Arriving on time at our door were three of the six pizzas to grace the Domino’s Gourmet Range.

Up first was the Loaded Meatlovers. The first thing you notice, even though it is a meat lovers pizza, is the lack of grease one normally associates with this type of pizza. The bacon was thicker than normal and the toppings were plentiful.

Loaded Meatlovers


We then dived into the Shiraz Lamb and Tomato pizza. This was Ally’s favourite of the bunch and it closely resembled a supreme type of pizza. I didn’t agree – my favourite was the last pizza to grace our tastebuds: The Chicken and Cranberry.

Shiraz Lamb & Tomato

The melted camembert made this pizza the best by far. Throw in some red onion, chicken, baby spinach and cranberry sauce and you have a winning combo. My only complaint was that the cranberry sauce was a bit too jam like – it was too sweet and lacked the tartness of a typical cranberry sauce.

Chicken and Cranberry


I would recommend the Domino’s Chef’s Best range of pizzas to those on a budget who are looking to “gourmet” their pizzas. While it’s tasty, it doesn’t really hold a candle to a lot of the other restaurant-quality, gourmet pizza places out there – but nonetheless, the Chef’s Best range is a good option if you want to get a little fancy for under $10 bucks a pie.


Dominos’ Chef’s Best Pizza

Available from Domino’s



Note: EatDrinkBrisbane were contacted by Domino’s and offered the pizzas free of charge. All opinions in this review are our own.

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