By Moonlight Walnut
WARNING: You don’t like pizza? Then GET OUT OF HERE
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China’s Pizza Hut offers a massive and expansive range to the boring, plain normal Pizza Hut (that is England’s, of course). Instead of just simple salads and burnt lasagnes, there are ideas wild beyond mentioning.
No buffets anymore-instead welcome to the world of luxurious homemade comfort food. Unique and exciting dishes with the flavour just wanting to explode in your mouth, a bubbling mass of deliciousness and more.
Looking at the menu at first might seem like the worst food inventions in the world, but try them out and you’ll be surprised. Although we only ordered five dishes in total and two drinks, I was contentedly full by the end, even if the dishes appeared small at first. They don’t look burnt, or disgusting, or even small-just yummy.
Food Rating: 10/10
Scenic and Seating etc.
First things first, it’s pretty hard to find. It took us around twenty minutes trying to find the place when we were only five minutes from it. It was actually located in a tiny little corner of the high street, next to the one-way motorway. The sign doesn’t even have the name-just the logo of the franchise. Inside, it was quite hot, very stuffy and all the tables were crammed in beside each other to fit more people. Although it does provide a very casual, homely kind of sense it also makes you feel like you’re in a very public sauna. The chairs and tables were clean, comfy and leather-backed (the chair, not the table) and there were ‘interesting’ paintings on the walls, but all in all if you sat there doing nothing for thirty minutes waiting for your meal you might just feel the urge to escape from the boiling room.
Scenic and Seating etc. Rating: 7/10
Slow to serve. They may seem friendly at first but actually they treat you in a rather formal way, as if they were bearing their job rather than enjoying it. I certainly didn’t think they were very nice when one guy stormed out after a heated argument in Mandarin about paying for their meal.
Service Rating: 7/10
**”Awesome” Cookie G, Trip Advisor**
**It’s quite cheap with good quality meals! **
**Can be found all over Beijing and China**
Now, a lovely little picture:
So, you want to go to their website then? Well good luck finding out what it says.
A cute little restaurant with compromise.