Awesome Cinnamon Rolls!.
We've gone here a few times.
The pizza is nothing to write home about. My husband and I don't eat meat, so pickings are rather slim for us (not complaining...I know it's our choice). The crust is VERY bland and relies on the sauce and topping to carry the pizza.
That being said, the sides are unbelievably good!! Their cheese sticks and cinnamon rolls are absolutely to die for. I know they're not healthy and contain a fair amount of fat and sugar, but as long as it's not a daily thing, you'll be fine.
All you can eat/drink, great food for fat americans!. I mean really, what's better than all you can eat pizza/desserts and all you can drink sugar, oops I mean Soda? Seriously, Americans are fat as it is. Ok no i'm not some kind of skinny chick just running her mouth. I have meat on my bones and proud. But come on!!!!! What happened to eatting healthy? And making sure your kids had their veggies and juice? Now parents have became so lazy, they let their kids eat almost anything. Sad.. ok yes CiCi has good stuff. But why would you want to pig out at a bar where parents allow their kids to serve themself? Kind of nasty. But I guess if you are in the mood for cheap food and don't feel like cooking, this is a good place to go and add on some extra love handles! Yay for fattys! Represent!!
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.