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Punjab in your pizza

Pizza Hut introduces the Punjabi range



Take a bite Delicious range

Pizza Hut, has introduced full Punjabi, a tempting range of pizzas with extra loaded toppings inspired by the cuisine of Punjab.

The range of pizzas includes lip-smacking toppings such as kadai chicken, murg mussalam, amritsari paneer, chatkila chaat and kadai paneer. The pizzas are available in medium and large sizes.

The medium pizzas are available from Rs.160.

There are also three new drinks - aam panna, tangy orange and mango delight .

The pizzas will be available in all Pizza Hut outlets and can also be ordered at home.

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