- Pesto Italiano- Italy,
- Sour Cream and Onion – France,
- Mega Pepperoni and Mushroom- America,
- Shanghai Chicken – China.
We tested two of the flavors – Pesto Italiano and Sour Cream & Onion. Price-wise they are the same as any other pizza on the menu.
Taste-wise as well, they’re not much different from the usual offering of Pizza Hut.
Pesto Italiano was scrumptious with pesto being used as the base instead of the usual pizza sauce. Pesto is a sauce consisting of usually fresh basil, garlic, pine nuts, olive oil, and grated cheese.
The sour cream and onion was a bit disappointing. And it wasn’t because of mediocre taste. It wasn’t up to the mark because the sour cream and onion which it was supposed to be having by virtue of its name was overshadowed by the addition of sweet corn. Or maybe it didn’t have the required sour cream and onion essence to begin with. We will never know.
Sweet corn in itself is not a bad choice for an ingredient but in this case it proved to be a damper.
The topping on both the pizzas was refreshingly substantial. In fact it would be fair to say that the topping was literally overflowing. It was that good. In fact the best we’ve ever experienced at Pizza Hut.
Overall both the pizzas tasted like any other pizza of Pizza Hut with minor variation. You can’t say the pizzas were different altogether, something you’ve never had before at Pizza Hut.
To set the record straight, we had complained to the floor manager beforehand about the meager toppings that we have encountered on previous visits.
Try Flavors of the World theme by Pizza Hut with a low expectation of uniqueness, because in spite of having a tantalizing taste, it is in fact very much what you’ve been having at Pizza Hut.