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Greed - the third Cardinal Sin... immortalised in pizza in the form of a crisp base covered in our special recipe tomato sauce, herbs & spices, and topped with double helpings of ham, pineapple and mozzarella cheese.
Never really felt either way about hawaiian pizzas. Too bland to have much character but too filling to consider pointless. This wasnt a BAD pizza at all, there wasnt anything I could point to and say "This was bad" but equally there wasnt anything I could point to and say "This really stood out". If you like Hawaiian style pizzas you will probably enjoy this one but if you want something with a bit of flavour and taste-oomph, try one of their others.
I have never been a huge fan of the Hawaiian-style pizzas, but this one was quite nice... heavy on the ham and pineapple, but not so heavy as to make it less of a pizza and more of a round open sandwich.
The flavour was there, but again, pretty mild, I think it would have done well with a hint of something zingy to give it that 'Hell'ish touch... sweet chili for the masses, maybe garlic mayo or a spicy ranch dressing for the brave.
Overall, not too bad, but c'mon, this is HELL, be adventurous!
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