A wide range of flavorful pizza pies--combined with the family-friendly buffet and affordable prices--are this regional chain's cornerstone.. In Short 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.
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This Cici's has to be one of the worst Cici's I have ever eaten at. The employees (except for Jill) were very unhelpful, and even the manager seemed imcompetent. I found a hair in my food, and when I brought it to the manager's attention he just looked at it. He didn't ask if i wanted a new pizza or even what he could do for me. So if you want to eat at a place that is dirty and has bad customer service, then this is the place for you. Just be on the look out for hairs.
Best slice for the buck.
$3.99 for all you can eat pizza? How can you beat that? Not only can you eat as many slices -- or pies -- as you want, they'll even make you a pie to order and bring it to your table. Okay, there is no ambience (it's mostly a lunch crowd anyway) and it's kind of cheesy (no pun intended) with 70s decor and videogames, but it's the best place in town to feed the family (or just yourself) for cheap. And, they have a huge variety of pizzas, including dessert pizzas like my favorite: apple pie pizza!