Columbus >Cici's Pizza
The business concept is good...this is one of those places that survives because of Moms wanting to feed the family, without the hassle of ordering, and doing so cheaply, and quickly. This concept also applies to other "groups" of people, ie; traveling student groups, ect.
However, the food is terrible. Some of the worst pie in Columbus. Cardboard crust with bland sauce and canned toppings, and served luke warm...yuck.
If you fall into the top category, good for you, but if your after good pie, stay away from this place.
A wide range of flavorful pizza pies--combined with the family-friendly buffet and affordable prices--are this regional chain's cornerstone..
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.
Cheap n cheesy!. Ok, so the pizza isn't the best in the universe, but if you want hot fresh cheap eats, Cici's pizza buffet is a good place to go. The salad bar is limited but well-stocked. Tables are cleared quickly. The only negative thing - the loud repetative "WELCOME TO CICI'S!!" bellowed by the kitchen staff every 30 seconds. Mildy amusing at first, rapidly becomes excrutiatingly irritating...