Ham, bacon, chicken, onion, gherkin and honey mustard, topped with smoked cheddar cheese.
I really liked the honey mustard sauce on it, because I really like honey and mustard. I liked it so much because it was cooked really well and it wasn't burnt. I loved having the salami on it instead because it was nice and spicy, and when I am in the mood for spicy stuff I absolutely love it.
The toppings on the pizza were just right for my little stomach. I ate more of this pizza than the 'Gluttony' pizza.
I thought the price was just about right, like the 'Gluttony' pizza, because it wasn't too much money and we could afford to have other stuff as well.
It was not too long to wait and I was right away getting ready for dinner when we had this pizza.
Probably one of my newest all-time hits when it comes to Hell pizzas. This one really took me by surprise and impressed my tastebuds.
The chicken, though sliced rather thank torn, was very tasty and firm to the bite without being chewy, and was really nicely offset by the honey mustard sauce. Because none of us were gherkin fans we asked to have it left off, which they were quite happy to do, and even offered to replace it with a bit of salami... this proved to be the ultimate winner, because it added another layer of flavour that was totally compatible with the rest of the dish.
Portions were, as usual, quite good, though I could have easily have inhaled the entire thing myself, leaving none for the others.
Perfectly accompanied by the Helldogs, I only wish we had thought to order some garlic bread to help mop up the remaining sauce in the box.
Overall, an excellent afternoon feed, a great dinner, though you might want to order a second pizza to avoid those aftermath "What, isn't there any more?" munchies.
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