Kevin Beirne worked at Domino's throughout college, including a summer in NYC, and wrote about it four years ago for UK blog Joe.
The more toppings you order, the fewer of each you receive. Pizza has limited space. Beirne says there are three peak price brackets: 1-2, 3-4, and 5+.
Beirne says that Domino's employees can consume "accidental" food, which isn't necessarily accidental. "We seldom made additional pizza when we were hungry.
Domino's website lets you provide delivery instructions, and some consumers submit unusual demands. The Sun says personnel has always been helpful.
If you want plain pizza with cheese, say so. This consumer learnt the hard way when his pizza only had red sauce.
A focus group once said "Domino's crust is like cardboard," "completely bereft of taste," and "worst pizza I've ever had."
Standard base and Italian dough are identical. "Quantity varies. 9.5-inch dough is stretched for 11.5-inch pizza."
One Domino's employee listed some strange things he's baked "Italian sandwich with cheese-stuffed bread, cinnamon buns, cinna bits
Thai-style pizza (mango hab and garlic parmesan/boneless and onion and green pepper with garlic shake), quesadilla, calzone, stromboli. I forget others."