Seasoned chicken, baby spinach, grape tomatoes, smoked bacon and fresh garlic on an Alfredo sauce. Served on your choice of bases.
This pizza was filled with an assortment of my favourite pizza toppings, so I HAD to try it. I was really impressed with the quality of ingredients, and the generous portions of each ingredient. Taste lost one point because there wasn't much alfredo sauce, and what was there was a little tasteless. The baby spinach and bright red tomatoes made for a very appetising looking pizza - presentation was great. The smoked bacon was in large pieces and there was alot of it. Tasted just as good heated up the next day. A wonderful addition to the range and one I hope they keep!
I was very impressed with this one actually. Though the Alfredo sauce was a little 'bland' in appearance, it was far from bland in flavour. Packed with flavour, the pizza had a really nice texture, a stunning and appealing appearance... and only one tiny flaw that stopped me from really tucking in to it big-time: too much garlic.
Yup, though I am a great fan of garlic, especially in winter due to it's theraputic properties, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. However, this is one of the 'human error' situations that has nothing to do with the food itself really. If you state "easy onm the garlic thanks, chaps" whenh you order, you'll probably find you adore this pizza as much as I think it deserves.
Overall, though I skipped the olives on mine, I think this is aone of those winning combinations that deswerves to hang around for a while and see if it survives the fickle fate of consumer trends.
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