It’s a Canadian thing. I keep explaining myself over and over again to my family members and my friends, telling them it’s cheese curds, gravy, and french fries, and no I don’t know who invented it. Apparently, mexican carne asada fries as known as the Mexican poutine. How cute. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poutine)
I have slowly grown very fond of it and I am getting into the habit of asking for it when I swing by Pizza Pizza.
Ah yes, Pizza Pizza, that cheap fast food pizza chain that the US is sorely missing (at least the west coast.)
Pizza Pizza is to pizza as to what Roberto’s is to Mexican Food. YUM.
This Canadian chain, more than most places have made me a repeat customer.
I am slowly making myself through the menu over time. My most repeated order is a walk in special for a cheap pepperoni pizza at 4.99 plus tax, duh.
But on today’s menu was a lovely Bruschetta pizza.
“Topped with grilled chicken, roasted garlic, Italiano blend seasoning, bruschetta sauce, parmesan cheese and mozzarella cheese. A little taste of Italy.”
While I am not sure whether it’s a taste of Italy, but it was delicious and enough to fill my appetite, along with the free poutine.
That’s another aspect of Pizza Pizza, I take two minutes to fill out their survey, and get a code for a free food item when I spend over $10. I usually get a poutine or an Italian sandwich.
If anything, you won’t regret the price of this quick lunch/dinner option. But the Bruschetta, as yummy as it is promised and will have you instagram your not so hipsterish food.