Freshly baked


If the food served at in­ter­na­tional chain out­lets tastes too com­mer­cial for your lik­ing, try Pizza Stop for some­thing dif­fer­ent. Mul­ti­ple out­lets of this young brand have sprung up around the city since first open­ing its doors in 2010. Rushit Davda and his wife Meha, who has a back­ground in ho­tel man­age­ment from Switzer­land, floated this in­de­pen­dent ven­ture when they re­alised that pizza is fun food that all age groups en­joy, you don’t need cutlery to eat it and it can be cus­tomised. Pizza Stop ap­peals to th­ese qual­i­ties where small spa­ces have been de­signed for in­ti­mate gath­er­ings to en­joy fresh thin crust piz­zas with cre­ative top­ping choices. Take your pick from their all- veg­e­tar­ian fare like the ‘ Mediter­ranean’ Ital­ian pizza that comes with olives and ar­ti­chokes or the fi­esta of a pie, ‘ Pizza As­sorted’ with sun­dried toma­toes, olives, pick­led onions, roasted cap­sicum and jalapenos. Only their Banaswadi out­let serves chicken top­pings. Sides like cheese corn balls and na­chos with cheese sauce are win­ners too. The Cun­ning­ham Road branch has a dainty picket fence that will catch your eye when you drive past. The JP Na­gar restau­rant has lovely earthy brown floors and a very Euro­pean wall mu­ral. DON’T MISS The crispy na­chos drenched with cheese sauce

MEAL FOR TWO Rs 500 plus taxes WHERE Mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions – Off Cun­ning­ham Road, JP Na­gar TEL 9880160086

“Piz­zas stand for food and fun. When there’s a celebration, you think of pizza,”

Rushit Davda, Owner, Pizza Stop

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