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Pizza Hut introduces 2 new flavours this Avurudu

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Pizza Hut introduces two delicious new pizzas this Avurudu – the all new Hot Butter Cuttlefish Pizza and the Pepper Chicken Pizza! 

Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd., CEO Yasa Nadaraja stated, “We are indeed proud to have introduced this duo of pizzas which consist of tastes that Sri Lankans have always loved. A lot of thought and effort went into creating these fan favourites especially at the point of cracking the perfect ingredient formula to complete the final products.”

The Hot Butter Cuttlefish pizza is made with delicious hot butter cuttlefish, tossed with chili flakes and topped with a gathering of spring onions and capsicum. The Pepper Chicken pizza is made with succulent pieces of chicken, marinated in pepper and mustard, dressed in vinegar and topped with onions and capsicum. Both pizzas also include a double layer of delicious mozzarella cheese.

“We believe that these two pizzas are the perfect products to be introduced to the menu at this time of the year. We feel these products will prove to be extremely popular amongst our loyal customer base,” Director Marketing Sharmila Arasaratnam said.

Both pizzas are available under the Signature category of the Pizza Hut menu starting at Rs. 560. They are available in Pan Crust, Italiano and Thin Crust. You can visit Pizza Hut, call 2729729 or simply order online on www.pizzahut.lk or via the Pizza Hut app.

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