Lust Pizza from Hell Pizza

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Lust Pizza from Hell Pizza Review

What they say
The first Cardinal Sin. We bring it to you in effigy as 5 pepper Pepperoni, Salami, Ham, Bacon & Cabanossi Chorizo, lashed with your choice of sauce, eg. BBQ, Sweet Chilli, Smokey BBQ Tomato, Honey Mustard, etc. All served on a crisp tasty pizza base topped with Hell’s special recipe Tomato base sauce, mozzarella cheese, herbs & spices.

What they say
The lads were touring New Zealand and one of the large pizza chains we discovered was Hell Pizzas. Sounds like something that couldn’t be missed.

We decided upon the Lust Pizza as the lads are always lusting for a pizza and it is a real meat lovers dream. It arrived fairly promptly and was still warm.It’s what you may call a gourmet pizza and so at premium price point. It looked a treat , with a good topping to base ratio and edge to edge toppings with a slightly upturned edge crust.

We went for the classic base which was very good, not sloppy at all but thinnish and crisp and fresh tasting to boot. We opted for the classic Tomato sauce base though there is probably the widest range of alternative sauces on offer than we have seen recently. The Sauce was pretty strong in taste for sure but obviously made using the best ingredients but not too overpowering. Mozzarella cheese was just fine, lots of it and tasty. The first of the meats is 5 pepper Pepperoni, wow that really has a kick to it, very meaty though and juicy.

Salami was chunky with a subtle herby hint. Bacon added to the pork overdose but we thought added little to the pizza as it was drowned out by the other strong flavors. Cabanossi Chorizo was strong and spicy with chilli notes and the herbs and spices really gave it all a lift.. What can we say , our eyeballs were sweating after eating this, but we have to say it all tasted fresh and was not dry in any way with all the meats being tender and juicy.

Lovely pizza,a big thumbs up from The Pizza Lads

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Sal’s Authentic NY Pizza Free Range Italian Sausage Pizza Pie

Sal’s Authentic NY Pizza Free Range Italian Sausage Pizza Pie

Sal’s Authentic NY Pizza Free Range Italian Sausage Pizza Pie Review

What they say
Our signature slow risen dough is made using genuine New York Milled Hard Spring Wheat Flour for that authentic New York base you can fold. Crispy on the outside, but light, tender and airy on the inside.

Our sweet tomato sauce is made fresh daily using Sal’s famous recipe and comes from Vine Ripened California Tomatoes.

Our 100% Premium Wisconsin Mozzarella is produced using the highest quality milk from sustainably farmed “happy cows”. (Wisconsin has been producing Cheese since the 18th century).

What we say
The Lads on tour down under, rocked up in New Zealand to try Sal’s Authentic NY Pizza offerings. This chain is the real deal, simple quality toppings just like the Lads believe is the best way to go. We opted for the Free Range Italian Sausage, it was cooked to perfection and still hot when we got our hands on it.

The base was unlike most chain stores for not being soft and slightly sloppy as it was very crisp with a very light feel but chewy in a way. The sauce was delicious, rich and sweet with almost a Marinara Sauce consistency ,thickly spread just as we like it. Mozzarella was among the best we have tasted, creamy and gooey with a nutty bite.

The main show is of course the Italian sausage with a rich meaty taste, hints of fennel perhaps and maybe even basil but whatever there was a good topping to base ratio on this pizza. A great simple pizza without any fussiness and all the better for it!

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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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The Mexican Pizza from Papa John’s

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The Mexican Pizza from Papa John’s Review

What they say
Our tomato sauce with mozzarella, spicy beef, jalapeño peppers, green peppers, sliced onions and a sprinkling of red chilli peppers

What we say
The lads were craving a hot and spicy pizza and we figured the Mexican from Papa Johns would fit the bill, we ordered the standard base version and we didn’t have to wait long for it to arrive.

The pizza in our opinion looked a bit sparse when it came to the topping to base ratio so not a promising starting point. Fortunately it was good and hot, the base was nicely crusted on the edges and not too sloppy or hard, it tasted just fine.

Tomato sauce was good enough without being prominent in the overall mix. Mozzarella was fairly liberally spread and toasted to perfection, stringy enough when being eaten without coating the lads laps in cheese. Spicy beef was seasoned nicely with a lovely chilli kick but there could have more of it. A few jalapeños were in evidence which were good but again thinly spread. Some green pepper pieces added a succulent contrast. The onions were sharp tasting which the lads felt added greatly to the overall offering. Finally the red chilli peppers were powerful and the crowning glory on any mexican themed pizza. There we have it, it was hot and spicy so we appreciate that, everything was fine apart from the lack of toppings.

So all in all an okay pizza, though perhaps we were just unlucky on this occasion, we cant recommend it wholeheartedly.

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HOT & SPICY Double Decadence Pizza from Domino’s

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Domino’s HOT & SPICY Double Decadence Review

What they say
Turn up the heat with our Hot and Spicy pizza! Topped with ground beef, onions, red and green peppers and lots of jalapeños! 

How many spicy slices will you be able to handle?!
Decadent, delicious, and doubled down with gloriously melty Garlic & Herb Cheese, our Double Decadence base can take your favourite pizzas to the next level, trust.

It’s made by sandwiching two Thin & Crispy pizza bases with creamy Garlic & Herb Cheese in the middle, so every bite of your Double Decadence will be crisp, indulgent, garlicky, and packed with cheese.

When you order this pizza base, it’s finished off with our vine-ripened tomato sauce, a generous sprinkling of 100% mozzarella and your favourite Domino’s toppings.If you haven’t already, you’ve got to give Double Decadence a try. It’s cheesy, it’s crispy, and it’s packed with garlic and herb flavour – so order now on the Domino’s menu and find out what we’re bangin’ on about!

What we say
The lads were interested in reviewing for you, the new Double Decadence base for our discerning followers. Its a returning special base and has not been seen for many a year, but we remember it of course! The only question we had was, what pizza to have on top of it, Bill was all for just having the base but they wouldn’t let us, so we opted for the hot and spicy.

Pizza arrived good and hot and looked marvellous like a great big sandwich pancake type thing. We opted for a tomato sauce as it really mixes it up with the creamy Garlic & Herb Cheese filling in the pizza base.

So what was the base like I hear you cry? Really good, it all felt a bit sloppy in a way, but the taste was awesome and we felt we had a Double Decker pizza.

So that being said the tomato sauce was good, Mozza was fine, ground beef was plenty tasty, onions were sweet and the red and green pepper mix added that bite and texture and lots of Jalapeños were spread all over.

The pizza was hot stuff so be warned! So all in all, a nice topping to base ratio, hot hot hot but the base was ace. Great stuff, a winner and by the way we ate the lot, how many slices indeed!

A Thumbs up from The Pizza Lads…

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Wigwammer Apache Pizza from Apache

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Wigwammer Apache Pizza Review

What they say
Regular base / Mozzarella cheese / Our Signature Tomato Sauce /Pepperoni, Extra pepperoni, Extra Mozzarella

What we say
The lads were still on the Jolly Boys outing to Ireland and we felt we had to try another Apache pizza. It seems the wigwammer is one of the menu favourites so we went for that one. It’s obviously only a pepperoni on steroids so no we’ve idea why it’s called wigwammer? but silly names cheer us up.

We collected the pizza from our local outlet and the service was pretty top class , very helpful staff.

We went with the regular large base which we found was just right, not too thick or thin, not too doughy or hard. A goldilocks base we would say. Tomato sauce was tangy and tasty. Mozzarella was thick and delicious due to the extra helping, with just the right amount of chewiness, but not greasy. The pepperoni was not spread out on the top as per the menu pictures, they had created a swirly pattern , perhaps they had too much time on their hands? but it was still a goodly quantity and it hits all the right notes: meaty, spicy but a little sour and satisfyingly chewy. Perhaps a little greasy but we don’t actually mind that.

A nice pizza all round and one we “The Pizza Lads” would recommend

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Apache Special Pizza from Apache Pizza’s

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Apache Special Pizza Review

What they say
Regular base / Mozzarella cheese / Our Signature Tomato Sauce /Pepperoni, Ham, Sweetcorn, Pineapple, Mushroom, Onion, Peppers, Extra Mozzarella.

What we say
The lads were doing their bit for international relations by gracing the shores of the fair isle of Ireland with their presence, so before we got found out and deported we felt we had to try an Apache Pizza, we don’t believe they have outlets in the UK, so this was going to be a new experience for us. They seem to have a branch everywhere you go in Ireland so they are obviously doing something right.

The order for the special was delivered on time and hot, so a good start!

We went for the XXL size which is 2ft in diameter, a giant pizza but the price was not ridiculous.

So gazing upon this monster we were in awe. Anyway the base was regular thickness and was a little thinner than expected and hard to eat due to size and floppiness, but we managed it OK… Oh yes!

The base was tasty and nicely browned at the edges. Signature Tomato Sauce was tangy and sweet and was generous portioned. Mozzarella was a very American cheese style and had a cheddar undertone and we like that. Pepperoni was meaty and succulent. The ham had a bacon like taste which we always wish for. Sweetcorn was average and we would not have bothered with it out of choice. Pineapple was sparingly topped but added a sweet and sour note. Mushrooms were a bit bland though. The red onion was assertive but sweet. It was finished off with chucks of red, green and yellow peppers and an extra helping of mozza.

Did we enjoy it, yes it was a good combo! An amazing size with loads of toppings and no standout bad points. A winner.

Please come to the UK and open some outlets Apache?

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Pepperoni Pizza from Frankie & Benny’s

Pepperoni Pizza Review from Frankie & Benny's

Pepperoni Pizza from Frankie & Benny’s Review

What they say
San Francisco style sourdough with an Italian soul. Hand-stretched topped with Pepperoni and mozzarella

What we say
Simple pizzas can often be the best as long as the few toppings are of superior quality. Often loads of toppings can cancel and overpower others and it usually ends up with being the hottest / spiciest toppings taking the limelight. So the lads went back to basics and apart from a margherita the pepperoni is the simplest. So our mates at Frankies would have their chance to impress us.

First off it was hot and looked lovely, pepperoni is of course THE classic topping for good reason, its the perfect taste experience.

The sourdough base is thin and and best eaten with knife and fork. It was tasty and flavourful and edges were chewy and satisfying. The tomato sauce was generous and one of the better ones of the big pizza chains. Mozzarella cheese was not too thick but very toasted on top and not too stringy or gooey, taste was very acceptable. The pepperoni hits all the right notes: meaty, spicy, a little sour, and chewy, with a paprika bite and we felt it was a fine grind of cured pork and beef. Lush

The classic pizzas are the best and this rated highly in our opinion

A Thumbs up from The Pizza Lads…

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Chicago Town Deep Dish Four Cheese Pizza from Sainsbury’s

Chicago Town Deep Dish Four Cheese Pizza from Sainsbury's Review

Chicago Town Deep Dish Four Cheese Pizza from Sainsbury’s Review

What they say
A deep dish pizza base topped with tomato sauce, a blend of mozzarella, mature Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Emmental cheeses.

What we say
Now the lads thought we would review the infamous microwave pizzas from Chicago Town, now most people have had these at some point in their life but few would boost about it. They are cheap and quick to cook and seem a great idea! You can do these in the oven and we believe the results would be superior but in pizza lads style we used the traditional microwave method. The are small but as a quick snack fit the bill, so in the microwave they went for approx 2 mins or so.

They no longer supply the special foil cooking thing you had to construct, yes a bit of origami thrown in the mix was always fun but never seemed to improve the cooking result much. Okay they look and smell fairly acceptable and we suggest you let them cool a bit, as they will be hotter than the sun… The base as you might expect is a bit rubbery, this is the result of the cooking method mostly but the base is fairly thick anyway and quite doughy.

The sauce is tomato and very rich, a goodly amount is put on which helps the base go down your neck at least. The cheeses are the usual 4 cheeses in a four cheese combo and in all fairness it’s quite tasty and fairly gooey with a reasonable depth. They are good standby in freezer, but we being pizza connoisseurs (lol) would not recommend. They are what they are!

Thumbs down from the pizza lads…

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Rustica Jackfruit Italian Hot Pizza from Zizzi

Rustica Jackfruit Italian Hot Pizza from Zizzi Review

Rustica Jackfruit Italian Hot Pizza from Zizzi Review

What they say
Vegan jackfruit pepperoni, spicy harissa, roquito chillis & vegan MozzaRisella cheese.

What we say
The lads had promised the wife’s that as soon as the restaurants were open again we would take them out for a pizza treat. Bills wife is a vegan so we decided to all follow suit on this occasion and have the same. She wanted to go to zizzi as they have a pizza that had been voted best Vegan Pizza at the PETA Vegan Food Awards 2019. So off we all went.

The restaurant was still fairly quiet as it was a mid week night. The pizzas duly arrived and they did look pretty fine with the signature oval shape. Now the toppings are obviously quite different to what we would normally have (the lads that is). The base was fairly firm and not sloppy but perhaps this is down to the shape, tasty and with a nice edge although in places was not topped near to the edges. We think it had tomato sauce on but it was overpowered a bit.

Now onto the oddly named Mozzarisella cheese ,it doesn’t have the gooey, stringy texture that you would normally expect from mozzarella but it melts well and is of course dairy free and organic, it was however very much like ordinary cheese and we had no complainants apart from it being a little overdone perhaps.Read Review > The vegan jackfruit pepperoni tastes like pepperoni with a bold, smoky flavour and was quite acceptable but ted thought it was a bit overspiced.

The spicy harissa is a chilli sauce typically made of dry red chillis and it provided the hot in the title for sure .. Very satisfying. The Roquito peppers are sweet, distinctly flavoured and full of crunch, with a bit of spice and sweet warmth.

So it was different, off the wall for us lads and we thought it was just a bit too spicy which the ladies agreed with.

For a vegan pizza it’s a thumbs up

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New York Giant Pizza from Frankie & Benny’s

New York Giant Pizza from Frankie & Benny's Review

New York Giant Pizza from Frankie & Benny’s Review

What they say
Tender and juicy pork & beef meatballs, chicken, bacon, ham, pepperoni, roasted red pepper, red onion and mozzarella on a BBQ base

What we say
The lads were finally free to go out and enjoy a pizza after the latest lockdown so we decided to visit Frankie and Bennys. Obviously things were not as straightforward as they used to be but the staff made things as hassle free as possible.

We had a look at the menu and the range was not too extensive at the moment but what they offered seemed enticing. The New York Giant seemed to be made for our tastes and so that was for us!

The chain only seems to offer the one base variety which is the San Francisco style sourdough and has that characteristically tangy flavour profile. To be honest we probably wouldn’t have chosen this by choice as Ted is not a sourdough fan but it was very acceptable with a definite hand stretched look and nicely browned edges, not too doughy and not sloppy. The overall presentation was mouthwatering and the toppings were liberally applied which pleases the lads. The bbq sauce was sweet and rich with a tinge of tanginess ,also it was applied generously. Mozzerella was pretty good, tasty and luxurious. The pork & beef meatballs were juicy and tender and hit the spot. The chicken was in fairly large chunks and were excellent.

The ham on the other hand seemed to be lost on our pizza , in evidence yes but not standing out. Pepperoni was spicy and deeply satisfying. Bills a big fan of roasted peppers and the roasted red pepper on this pizza was smooth and juicy. It was all topped off with a fair amount of red onion which provided a nice contrast to the meat toppings.

So after the delay in reviews due to the lockdown this was a perfect restart to our reviewing adventures.

A recommended pizza that we suggest you seek out and try. Thumbs up…

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The Cheeseburger Pizza from Domino’s

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The Cheeseburger Pizza From Domino’s Review

The mind-blowing delicious mash-up comes packed with all the hallmarks of a signature cheeseburger including 100% mozzarella cheese, double ground beef, fresh tomato, onions, gherkins and Domino’s vine ripened tomato sauce.
 
The revolutionary hybrid is then topped off with the pizzamaker’s secret burger sauce on the inimitable taste of Domino’s freshly-handmade dough, which superfans nationwide know tastes like no other.
 
The new fusion ‘pizza-cheeseburger-combo’ really must be tasted to be believed and whilst it may not sound like it works on paper, it most definitely works on pizza!  Or should we say Domino’s pizza?
 
Let’s look at those mouth-watering ingredients one last time…
  • Domino’s vine ripened tomato sauce
  • 100% mozzarella cheese
  • A double portion of double ground beef
  • Freshly sliced tomatoes
  • Gherkins
  • A handful of chopped onions
  • A drizzling of Domino’s secret burger sauce
Domino’s Cheeseburger Pizza Review
The Lads were keen to review the cheeseburger pizza, we seemed to have overlooked this one but had previously done a review on the Papa John’s version.
 
The pizza was ordered on a busy day so delivery was slightly delayed but not by too much. The pizza’s appearance was 1st class, nice contrasting colours and patterns of the toppings really got our taste buds going. As we said the pizza arrived fairly quickly so it was good and hot. The standard base was just fine and tasted fresh with a hint of outer crispness. Standard tommy sauce was no disappointment.
 
The cheese was liberally topped and was browned nicely on top. The Toppings were just what the lads would have chosen if this was our creation. Double ground beef was succulent and tasty and we were so glad this was the double portion otherwise it would have been far too thinly spread. Lovely Tomatoes were soft and chunky, The gerkins really lifted the pizza and we felt it gave it that big “maccy d” type taste with a hint of sweet/sourness. Onions are are a must have on a burger pizza and it was all topped off with a burger sauce, criss crossed over the top, that is supposed to be a secret recipe.
 
Were not denying it is, but it tastes no better or worse than most others but it’s how it combines with the rest of toppings that matters and we have to say it was fantastic combo. So all in all and we were reluctant to go for this verdict but we have to say this is one of the best pizzas we have ever eaten. Changes for us – none, it could not be bettered.
 
4 thumbs up from the lads.

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The Chick Ain’t Pizza from Domino’s

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The Chick Ain’t From Domino’s Review

Loads of you at home have been sending in requests for a vegan ‘chicken’ pizza… and it’s finally landed in hundreds of stores across the UK. With vegan soya strips and loads of fresh veggie toppings,

The Chick-Ain’t is well worth the wait. Our talented pizza chefs knead and hand-stretch the vegan pizza dough until it’s light and airy, before spreading with a ladle of Domino’s own vine-ripened tomato sauce. Next, this new vegan pizza is topped with vegan soya strips, onions, green & red peppers and our ultra-melty vegan cheese alternative.

The Chick Ain’t From Domino’s Review
The lads are not known for being big vegans but we have often eaten vegan alternate products and in all honesty found them to be quite acceptable. So we will leave all prejudice aside and rate this pizza on it’s own merits but not making too many allowances. The wives try to be more health conscious than us so we include their opinions, bit of a shame really as this site is the only place we get to have any opinion at all. Anyway enough waffle.

Pizza was ordered on a quiet week night so turned up promptly, hence all hot and all good. The pizza looked pretty decent, colourful and tasty looking, edges nicely browned and a decent thickness of cheese. Nicely browned on top. The vegan base was not too much different to the normal classic crust, perhaps a shade lighter and crispier. Normal vine tomato sauce all OK.

Vegan cheese was not as good as normal cheese to us but it wasn’t bad and the wives actually prefer it, because they like the nutty taste. The chicken type soya strips have a uniform texture and were a bit tasteless but tender in a way so as long as you don’t linger over them they were passable and you might think it was actually chicken. These were combined with a fair amount of peppers and a bit of onion. So they say “loads of fresh veggie toppings” but we think that’s stretching things a bit and would have liked a couple more.

So we sound a bit negative but the verdict is we were fairly impressed, it was in it’s own right a reasonable pizza, and wives thought it was good. So we wouldn’t have one out of choice but if the the lads were vegans we would find this most acceptable.

A slight thumbs up from the lads and wives.

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The WeirWolf Pizza from Papa John’s

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The WeirWolf Pizza from Papa John’s Review

The WeirWolf, Created by six-time Paralympic Gold medallist and Marathon champion David Weir. Our tomato sauce with mozzarella, pepperoni, green peppers, chopped tomatoes, sweetcorn, chestnut mushrooms and onion.

Papa John’s WeirWolf Pizza Review
The lads were still on the funny names theme just because it pleases us. Bill found this one on the Papa John’s menu and we have to agree that this wins the weird name gold medal which is quite apt as apparently it is created by an Paralympic athlete. Yeah, we not sure why either, but he seems a cool dude and maybe likes the occasional pizza, though i guess not too often as the lads can testify, too many is not good for sporting prowess.

So anyway onto the review.The pizza was hot when delivered which is always a good start. The pizza looked OK with a nice colourful contrast. Base was nice with the right amount of edge crunch and not too soggy in the middle, usual decent tomato sauce and standard mozzarella cheese which had nicely bubbled brown on the surface. Well now the topping mix, to be honest it’s the sort of combination that happens when a family or such are deciding on “a create your pizza”, which always ends up as a hotch potch which suits all but pleases no one.

It’s OK as far as things go but has no theme, a bit of pepperoni here, some sweetcorn there and oh well some peppers there. The individual items are OK and all tasted fine but it just seems to lack that complimentary combo, in fact it probably would have been better without the pepperoni and adding another veggie in some form perhaps jalapenos? So apart from the name, the pizza itself is a bit of a duffer, meaning no offense to Mr Weir of course who is a great guy we imagine.

The lads are awaiting for the approach from papas to get our pizza on the menu, which will be our secret combo until then!

Thumbs down a bit.

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Like it Hot? Filthy Steak Fajita Pizza – topped with slices of fajita spiced beef steak with triple cheese blend, and finished off with crunchy and flavoursome mixed peppers.
 
Pizza Hut Filthy Steak Pizza Review
The lads were still having to do separate pizza reviews and we decided that today’s target is the Filthy Steak Pizza from Pizza Hut, a new variety that is part of the Mexican Range. We chose this one because as befits our childish ways we thought the name sounded funny, we have had our fair share of filthy pizzas before (mentioning no names) but never one that admits it is.
 
Take it away Bill
 
Right, we stayed with the classic crust offering while it looked lovely with the tempting brown hue on the edge i’m not a big fan of Pizza Hut bases and it seemed too crispy on the edge . The pizza itself looked a bit sub par because the filthy steak gives the impression it’s been slightly burnt and the peppers seemed a bit underwhelming . But hey who cares about the look, it’s the taste that counts. Base was OK apart from edge and tasted reasonable and was at least soft where it needed to be, Sauce OK, triple cheese mix is very appealing to me and was an indulgent chewy satisfying bite . The description says “like it hot” but it wasn’t mind blowing and compared to some fairly mild which suits many .The filthy steak was not too bad, nice taste but a bit chewier than i would have wanted. The mixed peppers and Jalapeños combined well with the steak .. So from me, an OK pizza but not my favourite.
 
Over to you Bill
 
I personally liked the crust and the texture was just right for me. Points of agreement with Bill are the base and triple cheese mix, but i have to disagree again ( i think i’m becoming more like the wife !) and i really liked the steak. A great taste and something different and i didn’t find it chewy and like Bill says combines well with the peppers and Jalapeños. For me a nice guest pizza though would not choose over other offerings.
 
 Verdict – A half hearted thumbs up from the lads.

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