Pizza on fire
SMOKING IS injurious to health, we all know. But what does one do about Smoking Joe? Eat it, to be precise.
The Kailash colony market may be claustrophobic but it has its share of popular eating joints. Adding to its list is the new pizza parlour Smokin' Joe's. One can chose from a variety of 13 non-vegetarian and 19 vegetarian pizzas. For those non-vegetarians who like it hot, Mexicana is a must-eat. Chicken juliennes treated in red chilly paste with thick strands of salami laid on a bed of tomato, cheese and mushrooms, Mexicana can be made as hot as one wants it. For vegetarians the Supreme Veg with a topping of baby corn, tomato olives, mushroom, onion and capsicum is a good choice. The pizzas in small, medium and large categories are priced between Rs.75 and 250.
Apart from pizzas, the parlour also has vegetarian and non-vegetarian pizzas sandwiches, priced at Rs.80, pizza bread at Rs.40 and deserts - chocolate mousse and brownie for Rs.30. The ambience is quite informal, like a restaurant around the corner. The pizzas remind one of home baked mamma's pizzas, with their thin yet filling crust and toppings to suit one's taste buds.
Till June 20, from every Monday to Thursday, special discount offers can be availed of under which one can buy a large pizza and get a regular one free or get 50 per cent off on the purchase of any large pizza, and so on.
"The business is really picking up. Our aim was to establish a pizza joint which not only fills the stomach but comes at a value for money price tag," says Pawanjot Singh Gandhi who is the owner of this franchise - part of an already established chain of pizza outlets throughout West India.
Get set to beat the heat with cool smoking pizzas.
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