Pizza Hut Zamzama Review by Sadaf Farooqui
The Pizza Hut outlet on main Zamzama has been doing roaring business since its inception, especially since the one we grew up frequenting near Boat Basin, Clifton, closed down some time ago. The outlet at Zamzama has a family-friendly atmosphere, and is spread out on a grand total of four floors!And the top floor can be reserved for children's parties, as it includes a small play area in its center.
Flat-screen TV's are the norm inside restaurants nowadays. And there we have the traditional salad Bar, with Fresh, seasonal fruit and iceberg lettuce is always part of this salad bar. The different components available to build your salad offer a healthier option for those who come to Pizza Hut but do not want to eat pizza. There was a time when "Pizza in a Sandwich" deal was on. We decided to try it out and it was a hit with the children, so keeping the same taste in mind, we piled up the salad. Each visit to the salad bar costs Rs 235. So with that being all exciting enough, we ordered Beef Lasagna Florentine served with a piece of Garlic Bread - priced at Rs 285, along with Fettuccine Alfredo - in other words, flat noodles with chicken julienne in white sauce, also served with a piece of Garlic Bread, priced at Rs 285. And the best was the Mexican Chicken Sandwich - Rs 275
Thiswas a mildly-spiced sandwich that was huge! Quantity enough for two people, in my opinion. It is served with "potato wedges", a classic Pizza Hut snack.
Verdict: I know that it’s weird for a review about Pizza Hut to not include any pizzas, but that is because we have been having pizza here since more than a decade now, so we kind of take the pizzas for granted and assume that everyone will know about them already. Also, we have been exploring other things on their menu, of late. Pizza Hut is an age old favorite of most families. No doubt about that
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