Bad Pizza, and Plenty of It!
I was lured in here for the last time because the buffet is on special right now, but I wouldn't eat here again if it were free.
It's just barely edible, low quality pizza. Imagine taking one of the Lunchable pizzas from your supermarket and baking it in your toaster oven, and you'll have an idea of how the cheese pizza tastes. Some varieties don't even have cheese, just a creamy sauce and a few bits of meat. The crust reminded me of hardtack. There's a bowl of white lettuce and a few toppings for salad, and tasteless elbow pasta with two bland sauces to pour over it.
There are a few positives. Kids that don't know any better may actually enjoy it. There are video games and TV's tuned to the Disney channel, so they're definitely trying to appeal to kids. And the staff was friendly. But if you're looking for real pizza, go anywhere else.
A wide range of flavorful pizza pies--combined with the family-friendly buffet and affordable prices--are this regional chain's cornerstone.. In Short Cici's first opened in Plano, Texas, in 1985 and has since spread to locations throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Known for its one low, all-you-can eat price, the buffet-style restaurant boasts 16 different types of fresh pizza--from tomato and spinach Alfredo to zesty ham, barbecue and Sicilian deep-dish pies--as well as pasta, salad and desserts. Only 100 percent whole milk mozzarella is used and the sauces and dough are made fresh daily.