When I visit Pizza Hut, I try not to think of it as a place to eat Italian food, much more a place that serves American food. So when I have a pizza there, it’s not trying to be an Italian Pizza, but something that would be more at home over the pond than down in the south of Europe. Once I’ve got my head around that then I can just forget authenticity and think about eating pizza.
Going for the Best Ever Supreme, this was a thin crust pizza that came with chicken, black olives, beef, pepperoni, red onions and mixed peppers, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.
I quite enjoyed the pizza, yes the tomato sauce is a little too salty for my tastes, and the black olives were a little too “boring”, but the thin base was good, tasted of bread and was crisp without been too soggy due to the sauce and the toppings. The rest of the toppings were okay and just about right in terms of quantity.