Review: Noble Roman's Deli-Fresh Pizza

by StevenHelmer

I purchased this at one of our local grocery stores yesterday. Read to find out if it was worth my money.

Product Description: Made-fresh-daily deli pizza from the Noble Roman brand. I purchased the sausage and pepperoni variety of this pizza yesterday morning for $7.99 while doing some other grocery shopping at one of our local grocery stores. My wife and I made this as a dinner-for-two yesterday evening while watching a movie.


I had to run to one of our local grocery stores yesterday morning to pick up a few things we needed for the house and, on my way past their deli section, I noticed a display for this brand of pizza.  Even though I wasn't planning on having pizza for dinner (we just had it a couple nights ago), I was intrigued and decided to give it a try.

I've had other fresh-made deli pizza before and, for the most part, prefer it. However, I did find I had some doubts about this particular product. As it turns out, however, it was actually pretty good.

Noble Roman's Pizza
Noble Roman's Pizza
Photo by Steven Helmer

When trying a new pizza brand, my opinion of it is pretty much based on three things, the quality of the crust, the number of toppings and the flavor of the sauce. This brand passed all three of those categories.

First, the crust was exactly how my wife and I like it. It wasn't paper-thin (like many other pizzas we've purchased) but, while it was thicker, it was still thin enough to get crunchy in the oven. It also had a good flavor (something, again, isn't always the case). 

As for toppings, I had no complaints. I purchased the sausage and pepperoni variety and it had a good quantity and mix of both, as well as plenty of cheese, making it much more filling than expected. Considering this pizza was roughly the same price as I would expect to pay for a decent brand of frozen pizza, I was definitely impressed, especially since frozen brands tend to skimp on toppings.

I also thought the sauce on this pizza had a good taste. This brand didn't overkill on the sauce (a big pet peeve of mine). But, there was enough to give the pizza the necessary taste and it had a good blend of seasonings. In other words, I really had no complaints about this product.

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Final Opinion

I had some doubts when I purchased this pizza. But, after having it, I thought it was a good purchase and is something I would buy again.

My Grade: A

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Updated: 08/08/2016, StevenHelmer
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DerdriuMarriner on 03/16/2022

StevenHelmer, Thank you for practical information, pretty pictures and product lines.
Pizza is such a popular food with almost all ages that it's so disappointing when there's not enough for everybody to have at least two servings. So it makes things easier to know about the quality frozen pizza products to have on hand when fresh-made -- yes, even to the point of knowing how to throw the dough up and catch it! -- isn't enough for an underanticipated number of guests or of re-serving requests.

What would Noble Roman have in the way of alternatives to pepperoni and sausage, for those who are not fans of the former?

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