With 30 new exciting menu items, your favourite affordable casual dining restaurant, Pizza Hut, now gives you more reasons to celebrate every occasion in life, small or big! The 30 new menu items include 7 delectable sautéed pastas, 4 exciting starters, 5 tempting desserts, 12 refreshing drinks and 2 delightful new pizzas, for you to choose from.
The centre of attraction is the Pizza Hut’s expansion of main course options with the introduction of Tuscani Pastas –inspired by the fine and flavourful ingredients that this region in Italy is so famous for. Tuscani Pastas is a range of premium sautéed pastas starting at just Rs.99 with delectable options both in the fusion as well as international categories like Spicy Tomato, Creamy Spinach Fettucine, Arabiatta with Smoked Chicken & Black Olives and Creamy Stroganoff, amongst others.
Other than the main course options, Pizza Hut also has tempting vegetarian and non-vegetarian starters including Barbeque Chicken Wings, Potato Wedges, Nachos ‘n’ Salsa which are famous in western dining all over the world. To quench your thirst and to let conversations linger on, there are 12 hot and cold drinks to choose from like the Grape Sangria Cooler and Freshly Brewed Iced Teas. Sinful desserts like Chocolate Symphony, Honey Crunch Classic and Choco Chip Sundae are also there to complete the meal… all this along with your favourite pizzas at affordable prices.
Speaking about the new expanded menu, Anup Jain, Director-Marketing, Yum! Restaurants India - Pizza Hut said, “We have introduced over 30 new delectable items in our menu to give our guests another reason to come and celebrate everyday occasions at Pizza Hut. We have almost doubled the number of products on our menu that now has something for everyone in a unique affordable casual dining setting.”
Tuscani Pastas: starting at Rs. 99 only
Magic Times: Meal for 2 starts at Rs 99/-
Ala carte: Meal for 2 starts at Rs 375
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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