Domi­noes de­liv­ers the big­gest one

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BIG ap­petites may fi­nally be sat­is­fied fol­low­ing the launch of the big­gest Domino’s pizza yet.

Mea­sur­ing 66cm and fit­ting in a 73cm box, the gi­ant pizza is the size of “eight reg­u­lar piz­zas”, ac­cord­ing to Domino’s staff.

“One per­son who came in had to fold the box in or­der to fit it in her car,” said a Domino’s Dalby em­ployee.

Staff mem­ber Randy Shahi said the team had used a spe­cial car to trans­port the pizza and that of­ten the only way to get the pizza home was to put down the back seats.

Un­like other piz­zas Domino’s sells, the Big One is pick-up only and must be or­dered the day be­fore.

Jointly owned by Su­lay Pa­tel and Prakash Bal­sara, the Dalby Domino’s store has al­ready sold more than 10 piz­zas since its launch on De­cem­ber 3, 2018.

Mr Pa­tel said be­tween seven and 10 piz­zas had sold per week and that, be­cause of its size, the Big One had been pop­u­lar for staff Christ­mas par­ties.

“Due to the weight of the pizza, it is best if two peo­ple carry it,” he said.

Fea­tur­ing a dif­fer­ent flavour for each quar­ter, the pizza in­cludes seg­ments of Hawai­ian, Supreme, Meat­lovers and Salami and costs $49.95.

Be­fore the launch of the Big One, the big­gest pizza avail­able to or­der in Dalby was the Huge Pie, a com­par­a­tively small 16 inches.

In the spirit of all things big, Mr Pa­tel said the Dalby store would dou­ble in size this year and was in the process of bring­ing on new re­cruits.

PHOTO: EBONY GRAVEUR

THAT’S AMORE: Domino’s Dalby restau­rant staff gather around the big­gest pizza pie the store has ever made.

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