Great Pizza, but not at this Noble Romans location..
This location is now closed, and for a reason. You need to go to one of the remaining "real" Noble Romans. Only one I know of is at 10th and Girls School. Here you will find great pizza and breadsticks. Both hand-tossed and the deep-dish sicilian can be found here. All the other franchise locations and quickmart type locations just aren't the same (except for the breadsticks), hence the prior reviews pf this other location. I grew up going to the location in Lafayette, IN in the 80's. I thought they all went bankrupt in the early 90's, but when I moved to Indy I found this spot on 10th street that is identical to the one I grew up going to. New visitors probably won't be impressed by the inside, but to me it's nostalgic and I love it. Great for kids because they have a neat area to watch pizzas being made.
User review by indy_pizzalover.
I like to try different pizza's and this was my first time ordering from Noble Romans...I was very dissapointed when I opened the box.Very small pizza for a large order. Order was sausage pepperoni and mushroom. You are lucky if you get one topping on each slice. It ws really just $15 greasy cheese bread and that was with coupon. First and last time for me!!!!
great pizza if you can get them to deliver. It took three hours before they bothered to return my calls about my missing food, then another two weeks b4 the promised coupons arrived to which the "new" manager refused to honor. I wouldnt order from them again.
Limp and lifeless.
Noble Romans was superb when they first started out in the 70's. Over the years, through poor management and cost cutting efforts, their pizza has been the item that has suffered. It is now a limp, lifeless, and soggy remnant of what was once a very good pie. The deep dish sicilians are still pretty good. However, better pies can be found elsewhere with better prices and service.
Nobel Romans Chariot Chees.
Come on....how in the world can anyone even suggest that Nobel Romans is a top pizza producer...not even close...just a step above a Tombstone.....let's get real here....they simply are mass produced fast food shuffle pizza....Rate D-