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Where else can you get that perfectly mediocre slice of pizza than Little Ceasars?
Known for their cheap deals, having pizza ready to go at all times, and, in my opinion, the best garlic bread (aka crazy bread) known to man, I am fully on board with you wondering if there’s a Little Ceasars in London or the UK.
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I mean, after all, London has Pizza Huts, Papa John’s, Dominos and more!
It’s not too crazy of a question to wonder if you can find Little Ceasars Pizza in London or the UK.
It’s actually the third largest pizza chain in the US.
So, here we go, the answer to the question is…
“Is there a Little Ceasar’s in the UK or England or London?”
There is no Little Ceasars in the UK or London.
I know, I know.
But before we dig too deep into this injustice, I wanted to let you know about some of the resources I’ve put together to help visitors and expats in the UK through their journey.
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Firstly, no matter your reason for being here, you need the best book on living in the UK for Americans ever written – the book is called “Girl Gone London: An American’s Guide to Surviving Life in the UK” and you should click here and check it out.
I also may have written it, so I’m biased.
But truly, if you’re coming to the UK as an expat, a study abroad student, or even a visitor, my guide to life in the UK contains both personal anecdotes and maybe too-honest experiences, as well as resources and advice on topics ranging from homesickness in the UK (or how not to rage book a flight to America like I did), driving in the UK, being a student in the UK, and more practical advice about bank accounts, buying houses, and more.
It’s truly a one stop shop for all of the weirdness and wonderfulness (is that a word?) that comes along with life in the UK, and also there is plenty of opportunity to laugh at me as I share all of my expat fails so there’s that.
In addition to the book, you can check out some of my free resources below that talk about all things culture shock and surviving the UK, both as a visitor and as an expat.
If you’re here as a study abroad student in London, you’ll love the article on surviving the London Underground because, trust me, you will be all up in a businessman’s personal space by the time you leave (on accident, of course).
You’ll also appreciate the guide to the difference in British money so you won’t look like a complete fool at the checkout.
For expats coming for an even longer period of time, the article on culture shock was specifically designed for you, and the story about my attempts to drive in the UK as an American will fill you with both fear and confidence.
- Culture Shock: The Things We Don’t Talk About
- An American Girl’s Guide to Surviving the London Underground
- Understanding UK Money: Pence, Not Cents!
- Driving in England as an American: An Apology to UK Drivers
Right, now that you know everything there is to know about the UK, let’s move on to Little Ceasars!
History of Little Ceasar’s
To understand the history of Little Ceasar’s and why it’s such a loved chain in America, you should start by knowing that it opened in 1959 in its original version, which was a single pizza shop owned by a couple in Garden City, Michigan.
The chain steadily grew over the years, and today there are over 5,000 locations around the world (but sadly not in the UK).
One of the original catchphrases of Little Ceasar’s was “Pizza, pizza!” which was essentially meant to show that you could get two pizzas for the price of one pizza at a competing chain.
One of the most popular concepts throughout the years has been the ‘hot and ready’ model, which is basically just a couple of pizza types that are always ready for carry-out without you having to order ahead.
This makes it easy to simply stop by on the way home from work and pick up a few without needing the lead time in ordering.
Other countries you can also find Little Ceasars in include Mexico, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Saudia Arabia, and the Bahamas.
Equivalent to Little Ceasars in the UK
There’s nothing exactly like Little Ceasars in the UK – there is something decidedly American about wanting pizza in a hurry.
However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get pizza in the UK – of course you can.
It’s just that you’re either going to want to go to a major chain like Pizza Hut that is here, or you can get carry-out pizza from more local chains like Pizza Pilgrims in London, OR you buy a frozen pizza from somewhere like Sainbury’s and make it at home – this is the most popular way to get pizza on demand.
Read more in my full guide comparing UK and US stores and restaurants.
Coming to London Soon?
Since you’re here I’m assuming you’re intent on visiting this amazing city soon!
A great way to really immerse yourself in UK culture is see the sights with the help of a guided tour. I’ve picked out a few highly recommended ones below!
Tower of London Tour with Crown Jewels: One of the best things about having a Royal family is imagining you’ll be a part of it one day… and what better way than to imagine yourself in their jewels!
Or at least stare dumbfoundedly. Either way, this tour is a sure fire way to get dazzled by London.
Westminster to Greenwich River Thames Cruise: London is built around the River Thames, and one could even say it’s the most important part of the whole city!
As such there’s no better, or relaxing for that matter, way to see the sights than from the view of the river itself! This tour takes you around the city and shows why all Londoners are really still rugged sea voyagers at heart, if maybe just a little more posh now.
Oxford, Stratford, and Cotswolds: Londoners would have you fooled, but there’s more to this beautiful nation than just what remains within the confines of London… shocker I know!
And if picturesque beauty is what you’re looking for I really recommend checking out the quaint and historical towns that scatter the outskirts. If nothing else, this tour will give you a break from commuting by the tube, and we all need that eventually