“If you’re hungry as hell and lookin’ for food
Who ya gonna call (Lil’ Caesar’s)
If it’s somethin’ yummy and also smells good
Who ya gonna call (Lil’ Caesar’s)” – with apologies to Ghostbusters.
Well, that’s what happened to me one recent Thursday at lunchtime when I was ravenous even before noon because I had skipped breakfast and played tennis.
A friend had recently waxed eloquent over a new pizza place – Little Caesar’s – that wasn’t too far from my place so I decided to order from there to save time. I ended up ordering enough to feed a small battalion, but when your gastric juices are waging war on you all you’re bothered about is food – lots of it.
I give full marks to their efficiency. Within 20 minutes Little Caesar’s came to the rescue when my order arrived, almost piping hot. I’d ordered the Festive Feast Bundle as there were four of us to feed and at less than $50 it seemed like an offer too good to miss.
It was. For $49.88 (because I ordered the Bundle) I got enough to feed six. The usual price is $56.45. Here’s what it got us: one large Stuffed Crust Hula Hawaiian – cheesy goodness oozing out of the crust and another large Classic Pizza (pepperoni). The two pizzas would have been enough for us, but we also had to finish 2 Crazy Combo boxes of delicious Cheesy Bread, which we hardly touched. There were also 2 large bottles of beverages. I was rather impressed with the generous amount of cheese on the Pizzas and bread. Delicious Munster and Mozarella cheese that you can actually taste, not the gooey, tasteless ooze one finds on many fast-food pizzas.
While I was ordering I noticed that one can also enjoy their large 12 inch HOT-N-READY® classic pizzas from only $7.99 in-store. That’s probably the best deal among the Pizza joints that I know of.
It’s a relief to know that Little Caesars Pizza has expanded to the East region of Singapore with their latest outlet – its fifth – at SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8 #01-139/140, Singapore 408600.
With this business expansion, Little Caesars Pizza will have a total of 5 outlets in Singapore. Their other locations are at Funan Mall, Holland Piazza, Junction Nine, and Thomson Plaza.
Another reason I chose Little Caesars Pizza is because it supports the local communities and has partnered several non-profit organisations in Singapore to bring pizzas to the communities here.
The US-based chain only arrived in Singapore in 2018 but with its family-friendly décor and theme I wish it had come earlier when my children were small. It would have been a welcome change from the other eateries where they always had their birthday parties.
Little Caesars recently introduced contactless options for both delivery and carry-out through the Little Caesars app. Pizzas are baked in 475-degree ovens to ensure food safety and never touched after baking. The chain has also reinforced cleanliness and sanitization procedures, increasing the frequency of cleaning commonly touched surfaces including door handles, glass, countertops, Pizza Portal surfaces, phones, and cash registers.