Crust Supreme From Crust

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Crust Supreme from Crust Pizza Review

What they say
Smoked Ham, Pepperoni, Italian Sausage, Mushrooms, Fresh Capsicum, Spanish Onions, Pineapple & Kalamata Olives on a Tomato base (All pizzas topped with 100% Australian Mozzarella cheese)

What we say
The lads were browsing the crust menu and wanted to try one of the favourites from the menu and the supreme fitted the bill perfectly. It looked and smelt wonderful and was good and hot.

The base was up to the usual high standard with a perfectly browned crust edge and a decent almost edge to edge topping coverage.Crust tomato sauce was rich and sweet, but the lads thought BBQ sauce may have been a better option, however that’s just an opinion. Mozzarella was fairly thick and had that melty cheese-pull action.

The Smoked ham had a deep smoked taste and tender texture. Pepperoni was rich and spicy, the Italian Sausage had an almost licorice-like flavour with a little earthiness and subtle meatiness, lovely. Mushrooms are always a welcome addition to any pizza. A fruity sweet taste was added by the capsium and the onions as always liven up any pizza.

Then we have to address the pineapple, now the lads are fans of pineapple on pizza but others are really against it, however on this occasion we were not sure it fitted in with the other ingredients, it was fresh and sharp tasting but did it fit, we say not. Finished off with Kalamata Olives which were sweet and fruity.

All in all we were not over keen on this combo but it was nice enough.

A thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Mediterranean Lamb from Crust

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Mediterranean Lamb from Crust Pizza

What they say
House Cooked Lamb roasted in Mediterranean spices,Tomatoes, Green Capsicum, Spanish Onions, Feta and Oregano on a Garlic Infused base, garnished with Mint Yogurt and a Lemon wedge.

What we say
The Lads were down under and just had to try an Australian type pizza. The menu options at crust were impressive to say the least , not the cheapest pizzas we’ve ever had but you get what you pay for. We decided on the Mediterranean Lamb which looks awesome and we have never had Lamb on a pizza before. Collection was painless and quick.

The look of the pizza was pretty good but didn’t look exactly like the menu pic, the yogurt dressing was not applied very artistically! We didn’t really care anyway. The base was excellent, it definitely had an artisan air about it and was just fine with nicely browned edges. The garlic infusion was not too overwhelming as the lads are not overly keen on Garlic truth be told and the Missuses are also a bit dark on it. But we have to say with Lamb as a topping it’s pretty essential really.

So how was the Lamb you ask .. It looked magnificent , juicy chunky pieces of
tender meat , taste wise it was intense with a subtle blend of herbs really bringing it to life. The tomatoes were sliced and the skins
unfortunately were a little chewy. The green capsicum peppers were mild but we felt they had slightly tough skins but not too bad at all. Spanish onions were pungent in aroma and flavor with a sweet taste.The feta cheese was salty, with a tangy flavor and goes well with the other ingredients.

Oregano was peppery and assertive, perhaps even bitter or astringent but it enlivened the other toppings. It was finished off the aforementioned Mint Yogurt which being it’s going with Lamb was perfect, very creamy. Lemon was discarded by us. So we thought it was a fantastic taste combo and Lamb on a pizza was a revelation..

Some minor disappointments but on the whole a winner

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