The margherita pizza is made using a tomato base with mozzarella, basil, extra virgin olive oil and fresh basil added onto a long fermented dough. It is nicely baked with slightly crispy sides with a soft and chewy texture. Grated parmesan cheese is then added. The tomato and melty cheese taste nice. I like it.
Curry Chicken Pizza
The curry chicken pizza uses a tomato base with mozzarella, basil, extra virgin olive oil with chunks of chicken thigh meat and fresh curry spices. The pizza has a soft and chewy dough with slightly crispy sides, and topped with grated parmesan cheese. Every bite has chunky pieces of soft and meaty chicken with a mild tint of spiciness and nice curry flavours. If you like meat and can take a bit of spiciness, the curry chicken pizza is a good choice.
Made using a tomato base with mozzarella, basil, extra virgin olive oil with slices of beef pepperoni on a long fermented dough, this pepperoni pizza has nice flavours of tomato and melty cheese with savoury flavours of pepperoni. Topped with grated parmesan cheese as well. Nice.
Rosemary Garlic Pizza
The rosemary garlic pizza has fresh rosemary, minced garlic and grassfed butter spread on a nicely baked pizza dough that is soft and chewy with mildly crispy sides. It tastes somewhat like a garlic bread. Actually it tastes more like a garlic nann, and a rather good one.
The hawaiian pizza is made with the usual tomato base with mozzarella, basil, extra virgin olive oil, pineapple and slices of honey baked ham. It is topped with grated parmesan cheese. The use of honey baked ham is a nice touch. Sweet pineapple, savoury ham and melty cheese on soft and chewy crust. What is there not to like? This hawaiian pizza is a crowd favourite. I like it too.
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