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Feb 6, 2012 04:09 PM

Domino's new Parmesean Bread Bites...any good?

I recently saw Domino's ad for their new Parmesean Bread Bites. Though I'm not a fan of their pizzas, these bites actually look pretty good. And at a price of just $2.99 for 16 of them. I'm just wondering, has anyone tried these yet and are they worth a try? Thanks in advance!

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  1. Judging by the rest of Domino's menu, how good can they be?
    Still, at that price, it would certainly be worth giving them a try.

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    1. re: Tripeler

      I have not had them. My impression of them from the commerical is that they look like "garlic knots" which is something a lot of pizza places make with their pizza dough, and cover them in parm cheese and garlic. Can anyone compare them to garlic knots?

    2. They came free with my pizza this week. They were ok, but I will never order them myself. Lack a lot of flavor.

      1. I haven't actually tried them, but they don't look exciting to me. Just hunks of bread? No thanks.

        I don't like thier pizza much, but I do like thier new stuffed cheesy breads. Especially the spinach and feta - very tasty! Don't expect a real greek treat or anything - it's chain pizza store cheesy bread. But much better than other chains. Be warned, though - they are REALLY cheesy!

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        1. re: Ditdah

          I am a little ashamed to admit that their new cheesy breads are super cheesy, greasy and delicious.

          1. re: Dax

            Agree. We had their special 2 medium 2 topping pizzas for 5.99@ plus 1.00 for 16 pieces of the cheesy, greasy breads. They were great with the mango/habanero dipping sauce.

            1. re: mucho gordo

              And the greasy bits cost domino's five cents, so you made the chain another dollar. Can anyone compare them to garlic knots that you get at a good pizzeria?

              1. re: cwdonald

                I can compare them to Numero Uno's: aside from the shape, they are almost identical, except Domino's has that mango / habanero dipping sauce.

        2. I have had them twice, they are decent. Good amount of cheese, butter, and galic in the coating - cant go wrong with that combo.

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