Remember the generously topped pizza with vegetables and cheese hot and crisp served at Nirulas outlets a decade ago? Since the pizza became popular, the pizza market was taken by storm with outlets like dominoes and pizza hut opening at every nook and corner of the city.
Recent 2 years have seen a major change in the eating habits of people which has impacted the monotonous market in a great manner. To break the monotony Sbarro, an Italian restaurant chain all around the world, has stepped into indian market with a bang.
Introduced by peddlars in 19th century in United states, there was no looking back to the Italian market. pizza was very popular among large Italian populations in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Saint Louis .
Sbarro, Founded in 1956 in Brooklyn, New York, has grown over the last 6 decades into #1 as a quick service Italian restaurant in the world. With stores in over 30 countries, Sbarro has built its reputation for ‘Fresh Italian Cooking.’ Serving a whole range of Pizzas, Pastas, Entrees and desserts, Sbarro is known for its wholesome fresh food that has something for everyone.
A brand new outlet which has opened 2 months ago at a hustling Huda City centre metro station is beautiful designed and curated by the Sbarro Team. The menu has been designed keeping in mind the Indian taste pallet. It has everything ranging from a stuffed chicken makhni tikka pizza to suit Punjabi taste buds and a pizza with plentiful topping of pepperoni.
The menu has 4 “new York” vegetarian pizzas to offer along with 3 non vegetarian offerings which are served by slice and are topped with 100% Dairy Mozzarella and the classic sbarro tomato sauce that is freshly prepared daily.
An interesting twist added by Sbarro to the pizzas is that they have introduced a line of stuffed pizza which has 4 variants to it; like vegetable extravaganza, makhni paneer, sausage and ham and chicken makhni.
For the salad lovers, Sbarro offers veg and chicken Caesar salad along with creamy potato salad and chefs salad. Ceasar salad being a personal favorite is topped with generous amount of smoked chicken and toasted bread croutons which gives the crunchiness.
A live pasta section is on the offer, where you can choose your favorite, out of Arrabiata, Bolognaise and Alfredo. They have also introduced streamers section which is a value meal that includes both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes.
The star dish of the day was the white pizza, which was prepared with a proportionate amalgamation of 3 cheeses – Mozzarella, Parmesan and Ricotta.Sbarro also has a lot to offer – Huge pizza slice for Rs 49.
A meal for 2 would cost approximately Rs500-Rs700.
by Jaspreet Kaur
Fact Sheet :
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Sbarro Sector 29, Delhi NCR, India address
Ground Floor, Huda City Centre Metro Station, Sector 29, Gurgaon