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Domimo’s Pizza Not Half Bad

Was visiting wife’s family in Phnom Penh. Cambodia in late July. Got a craving or pizza. In PoiPet where I live, there is no worthwhile pizza in the entire city. So while in Phnom Penh decided to give a few of the pizzerias a try.
In the evening July 27th after four days of sampling lackluster pizzas and too lazy to take a tuk-tuk to another pizza joint opted to give one of those maligned franchise pizzerias that do home delivery a taste.
Called Domimo’s Pizza and ordered a large pepperoni, thin base pizza. Online the last few years Domimo’s Pizza has gotten less than laudatory reviews.
Within a half hour the pizza arrived at the apartment still hot and toasty.
What a pleasant surprise. Base cooked to a fine crispiness, loads of mozzarella cheese and amazingly enough topped with lots of real pepperoni.
I give Domimo’s Pizza a thumbs up and can unabashedly say their pizza ain’t half bad.

I realize my critique of Domino’s is considerably more positive than the vast majority of Tripadvisor and general populace reviews which are overwhelmingly negative. That acknowledged, I still prefer Domino’s over the other Cambodian pizza places like Pizza Company or Pizza Factory.

 

 



 

 

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John_Galt

I haven't tried Dominos in Cambodia. Looks good though.

Does it actually have pizza sauce instead of the Cambodian mayonnaise sauce? 

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dicey eye

It has as close to the real Italian pizza sauce I grew up with in an Italian neighborhood of NY. Well seasoned - tomatoes, garlic, oregano for a pleasant zippy flavor (no darn mayo, thank goodness). Wish they delivered to PoiPet. I'd order ten, eat one right away and freeze the others until needed; then defrost and warm til cheese melts.

Where you are in BTB, about the best pizza I've had there was from Bamboo Restaurant  and Hotel. $6 for the basic cheese- marinara sauce pie then 50 cents more for each topping.

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John_Galt

If you paid a taxi driver they would probably get you a pizza on their return trip from Phnom Penh. 

 

I agree Bamboo has the best pizza in BTB

 

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dicey eye

There a Domino's in Siem Reap if I'm not mistaken. National Road 6, Bantray Chase Village, Slorkram Commune
Siem Reap, Cambodia 17251

Siem Reap is about a 3 hour drive while Phnom Penh is a 9 hour drive. Maybe from Siem Reap a taxi could deliver. Transport would likely cost more than the pizza.

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John_Galt

Siem Reap is definitely the better option. I have never gotten food delivered but when I get stuff delivered by taxi it is generally $2.5 - $5. 

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dicey eye

Never driven from PoiPet to Siem Reap so I guessed at what the travel time might be. After inquiring found out it is about an hour and a half drive.

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