Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by round, Sep 11, 2009.
have a try, its to die for.
I recommend the Brimstone
all in QLD?
It would help if the site had pictures of the pizza's
One of the guys at work got Hell Pizza last night, he said it's pretty good stuff. Personally, I didn't have the fucking time to stop for dinner
We have one down the road but Tomato Brothers are across the road from them and we can't stop going to Tomato Brothers!! Will have to try hells pizza one day though, it will be hard to choose there instead of the awesome Tomato Brothers pizzas!
They sell good tasting pizza, but its overpriced and doesn't fill you up.
Crust Pizza is better and you get a lot more for your money. I either get Crust for $20 and eat about half of it or eat a whole Dominos pizza for $5.50.
i prefer pizza capers to hells pizza to be honest .. i just prefer the menu at pizza capers, and they are similiarly priced.
to be honest it would be more my theme hells pizza, given that i am a greasy metal head goth, but you cant have everything
Wow hell is overpriced in aus.. here in nz there $14-16 and thats nz dollars which isnt worth jack lol
Downside is, you gotta be in New Zealand to get it that cheap
You can make the little demons at the bottom of the screen look like they are humping if you click quick enough.
lol thats great and you can pick them up and throw them around!
I wouldn't call that a downside personally Had a Hell pizza in Queenstown NZ, was fantastic.
I tried Hell Pizza in the Valley, and it was average.
I recommend Tomato Brothers New Orleans pizza, it kicks Pizza Capers version out the door.
$18 for a pizza with ham and pineapple? Greed is a damn appropriate name for it .
That would cost less than $2 to make, and maybe another $2 for overheads!.
I like GPK pizzas, they change their menu seasonally and their pizzas are pretty original, wood fired pizzas are great. Crust was okay better than Pizza Slut or Pizza Haven, but I still wouldnt call it great.
I'd rather make my own, takes me 5 minutes to make a dough (And 2 hours to let it rise) then another 5-10 minutes to put a topping on it (Depending on how fancy I get). I get exactly the pizza I like, and it costs me next to nothing to make.
i did to, thought it was fine, but wouldnt go out of my way for another one.
nowhere does pizza like the yanks, delicious giant greasy yummy.
The general Yank Pizza looks like a giant skin flap.
Although Tyler Florence went to a place the other day that looked magnificent.
Hail the home made pizza - easy to make and delish too!
I had this pizza in New Zealand this year.
This is probably the worst 'gourmet' pizza I have ever tasted, ever ever. It was basically a larger Domino's pizza at three times the price. Fucking terrible.
Clayfield right? Way too many pizza shops in that area. Tomato Brothers, Dominos, Hells Pizza, Eagle Boys, Pizza Plaza, all with 5mins drive around Junction Road.
Yep, but where i work, we make our own dough from scratch and do alot of prep work (which many places do as well). A Shitload of prep work, unless u wanna buy all the toppings pre-sliced, which is hella expensive. Figure out the wages u gotta pay for that.
Up to 75 cents per box (and thats not even a company box - just a generic one). Add in costs for overhead for bad/expired toppings. Petrol for cars (and mileage on them). Bills for rates - lots of washing up and alot of electricity.
And, Ha. Franchises.... they get their littles asses raped. They gotta put a crapload of money in other people's pockets before they get any in their own. (luckily we arent a franchise)
and the rest of the money is for listening to people's rediculous requests, and to pay for the fees for credit card usage. I find it so sad the amount of people that dont even have like $15 in their wallets, then they complain that they gotta walk down to the ATM because they dont wanna spend an extra $5 to reach the minimum for card use.
I love hell pizzas garlic bread. The garlic butter has so much ... garlic