They did it!
Americans managed to make my favorite childhood cereal better than the Italian ones!
It’s probably because of the amount of sugar and the weird ingredients that they put in here but I can tell that these Cocoa Krispies taste actually better than Coco Pops RisoCiok !
They are sweeter, crunchier and more addictive!
Even the packaging looks way more fun ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1) Dough: 9/10 The dough is thin in the middle, while very puffy and thick on the outside.
It follows the Neapolitan style, it’s light and well leavened but it was a bit overcooked/burned here and there so the baking process might get better.
2) Toppings: 10/10
The toppings are the real deal here.
Even though they don’t make so much noise about the precise provenience or brand of the ingredients, it’s pretty clear that their quality is very high.
Plus the mix of toppings are not only traditional and I especially appreciate the one that I chose: eggplants chips are very satisfying, the pumpkin cream is sweet and the sausage is savory but not too salty. I loved it.
The quantity of the toppings is perfect too.
3) Value: 8/10
The value of this pizzas is actually 12€ since they added 1,5€ as a service fee.
This is a special pizza so the higher price is understandable but the service and the atmosphere of this restaurant isn’t worth 1,5€.
4) Service: 7/10
This place is the trashiest Neapolitan restaurant I’ve ever been in my life.
It’s big and very weirdly furnished: there are white curtains and gazebos in the middle of the room, pictures with famous people on the wall and bright lights evrywhere.
It kinda makes people uncomfortable.
The place is very crowded and noisy, especially during the weekend, and the service is very slow.
Tablecloths? They are made of paper.
5) Side Effects: 10/10 After eating these pizzas I didn’t experience any side effect! Nice 🙂
OVERALL RATING: 8.8/10 (trashiest Neapolitan restaurant in Bologna!)
DESSERT SUGGESTION: Delizia Al limone! (lemon cake)
Their desserts are not homemade but they are delicious.
INGREDIENTS: KAMUT Khorasan Wheat Flour (38.4%) *, Grilled Italian Vegetables * (26.3%) (aubergines *, red peppers *, yellow peppers *, courgettes *), Tomato purée *, Water, Seed Oil sunflower *, iodized salt, Brewer’s yeast, Oregano *, * Organic, May contain traces of soy and milk
BAKING INSTRUCTIONS: Leave for 10 minutes to defrost the pizza, in the meantime heats the oven to reach a temperature of 220 ° C. Place then the pizza on the grill of the oven at half height and cook it for 8-10 minutes or,
1) Baking and Appearance: 7/10 Before starting my review I need to explain what happened here: I bought a vegan pizza and then of course I decided to put cheese on it because otherwise it would have been too sad -.-‘
That being said, I can tell you that this pizza doesn’t look that bad but the added cheese definitely improve its appereance 🙂
The baking instructions instead are clear and your pizza will be easily ready in less than 20 minutes (considering preheating time): crunchy and perfectly cooked.
2) Dough: 8/10 This pizza is made with kamut flour so it’s a bit different from the others: the taste is very similar to the whole wheat dough but it’s very very crunchy, especially on the borders!
It’s not a very common dough for a pizza but I really enjoyed it 🙂
3) Toppings: 7/10
I’m not a fan of bell peppers and eggplants but I can admit that they taste delicious on this pizza!
Their quantity and quality seems to be more than fair and they come from Italy.
The only flaw is that there is no cheese but if you add some gouda ( as I did ) or mozzarella you can solve this problem easily 😉
3) Value: 7/10
I paid this pizza 2,27€ but it was discounted because its original price is 3,25€ instead.
I don’t think is pretty fair because even though the ingredients are definitely special (kamut dough + organic products), it’s not very big.
However if you buy it at this discounted price is totally worth it.
5) Side Effects: 9/10 I was a bit thirsty after eating this pizza but it might be because of the salty gouda.
Anyhow, the dough is light because I didn’t experience any heavy bloating 🙂
OVERALL RATING: 7.6/10 ( vegan frozen pizza with kamut dough!)