Review of Roma Three-Meat Pizza

by StevenHelmer

I purchased this frozen pizza a couple weeks ago and had it for dinner last night. Was it worth my money?

Product Description: Frozen three-meat pizza from the Roma pizza brand. I purchased this particular pizza a couple weeks ago while grocery shopping at one of our local stores and my wife and I finally ended up making it last night as a dinner for two, preparing the pizza on our pizza oven and eating it while watching a movie.


Since our daughters have had a couple weeks off from figure skating lessons, we haven't been having frozen pizza in our house nearly as much recently. However, I had to clear snow last night and my wife got distracted by another project so we ended up just making a separate dinner for the girls and pulled a Roma Three-Meat Pizza from the freezer for us.

I've had the Roma brand before and haven't normally been all that impressed with it. However, one of our local grocery stores happened to have the pizzas on sale and I figured it was worth giving them another chance. Unfortunately, this pizza still ended up lacking something.

Roma Three-Meat Pizza
Roma Three-Meat Pizza
Photo by Steven Helmer

My biggest complaint about this pizza had to be the lack of toppings. To be fair, it's a budget brand and, because of that, I wasn't really expecting it to be overflowing with add-ons. However, when I hear the words "three meat," I do expect the pizza to at least have extra meat on it and that simply was not the case with this brand.

In fact, there really wasn't any more meat on this pizza than what I would expect from a variety that wasn't making the meat the priority. If nothing else, it was as though the brand decided to skimp on toppings and cover that up by claiming there were three different kinds of meat (which I personally only really noticed two, the pepperoni and sausage).

I also wasn't a huge fan of the thin crust. Again, it was affordable and, under most circumstances, the thin crust is something I could live with. But, without a lot of toppings, it really was much more noticeable than I was hoping it would be.

Probably the only thing I did like about the pizza was the sauce. It had a good blend of seasonings in it that gave the pizza a bold flavor without being too spicy. But, while that was good, it just wasn't enough to convince me this pizza was worth my money.

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Final Opinion

To be fair, if I were to find this pizza on sale like I did a couple weeks ago, I probably would give is serious consideration as a backup dinner option. However, there are plenty of other three-meat pizza options that fall into the same price range that are considerably better than this one.

My Grade: C

Updated: 01/27/2016, StevenHelmer
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DerdriuMarriner on 03/04/2022

StevenHelmer, Thank you for practical information, pretty pictures and product lines.
My freezer has pizza-friendly leftovers that I add just in case I experience what you all went through with paltry toppings and two- instead of promised three-meat options.

Is it a one-off about the two-meat situation or should the company and the grocery be alerted about the disparity between product contents and product label?

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