You can’t just settle with a regular pizza when you live in a world that can offer you fusion pizzas! And when we say fusion, we mean marrying our classic butter chicken or keema do pyaaza with a regular pizza. Joey’s pizza outlets across cities has come up with new additions to their pizza menu and what’s better than having two food urges being met in one plate? Joey’s is out with their most exotic pizzas of the lot- Butter Chicken pizza, Tuna pizza and Keema Do Pyaaza pizza.

Here are our favorites that would be a total tease for your Indian palette

1. Butter Chicken Pizza

Oozing with goodness of dripping cheese, this pizza is a delight for those who cannot compromise on ‘mummy de hath da butter chicken’. Joey’s takes this combination to a different level as every bite is full of butter chicken and cheese. Not to forget, the regular pizza sauce is elevated with tandoori sauce!

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Price:

S: Rs. 265

M: Rs. 470

L: Rs. 595

2. Keema Do Pyaaza Pizza

If you are not afraid to take the extra spicy route, this pizza is for you. Drooling with cheese and onion, this delectable pizza boasts of double keema that combines Indian flavors with Italian, in the best way possible.

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Price:

S: Rs. 265

M: Rs. 470

L: Rs. 595

3. Tuna Pizza

Filled with ounces of tuna fish, this pizza is a rare variety that is brought across by Joey’s. Sea food pizzas have been trending outside the country, but now one can try this without having to travel overseas! Loaded with tuna fish, black olives and cheese, this pizza is a sea food lover’s delight.

Price:

S: Rs. 265

M: Rs. 470

L: Rs. 595

Address

Joey’s has two outlets in Mumbai.

Andheri: 6 & 7, Upvan Building, Near Indian Oil Colony, DN Nagar, Azad Nagar
Malad: Shop 1, Plot D, Samruddhi Complex, Chincholi Bunder Road, Mindspace, Malad West

So meat lovers, go take your pick!

 

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Jinal Inamdar narrowly escaped a tragedy when the Journalism world tried to hammer her brain down to the size of a peanut, but she ducked at the right moment and escaped, inexplicably untouched. She enjoys walking you through her travel diaries and food trails.