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    Mr. Pizza - Promenade Minburi

    Review By TopperBoy


    While I was visiting the Promenade in Minburi I was offered a 20% discount coupon/brochure to a new pizza place called.....

    Mr. Pizza


    After parousing the brochure the wife and I were struck by two things...the combos they offered and the price they offered them at...one was good, the other wasn't so good.

    We decided to go absolutely whole hog wild and order not one, but two of their creations, the Vegetarian and the Bulgogi pizzas, both regular sized.


    The Vegetarian went for 369B, the Bulgogi 479B for a total of 678.40B with the 20% discount.

    The first thing that struck me was the pizza box...instead of packets of ketchup taped to the top, it was sachets of Tabasco sauce.



    First opened was the Vegetarian Pizza:



    Next the Bulgogi Pizza:


    They both were among the best pizzas I've had in Thailand. The pizzas had real cheese, with great topping distribution. We ordered a thin crust pizza, but the crust was a little thicker than I would have liked, though tasted wonderful

    The Bulgogi pizza is incredible. For us, it'll will be a once a month treat for sure. I give it a 8.7563/10 due to the crust being thick for a thin crust and the price.

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    Great review ... except for the font size ... my eyes are fine with the standard.

    Unless you are trying to outdo Mr Snake Eyes ... in that case ... carry on.

    The 'Bulgogi pizza' does look nice.


    Would Lulu approve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD
    The 'Bulgogi pizza' does look nice.
    It's a wonderful pie, well worth the money.

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    Bulgogi doesn't sound like genuine EyeTalian food to me. Korean? With beef? Was it sapicey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    Bulgogi doesn't sound like genuine EyeTalian food to me. Korean? With beef? Was it sapicey?
    Not sapicy at all...but wonderfully flavored...thankfully they thoughtfully provided Tabasco in packets to add that kick.

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    So its a Korean pizza chain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    So its a Korean pizza chain?
    Yes, a fusion between Korean and I-Tie food....

    The pies were quite nice, I'd recommend them.

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    Think it may be a chain.

    If my memory serves me correctly, they boast that it only takes 11 minutes or so to cook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon
    If my memory serves me correctly, they boast that it only takes 11 minutes or so to cook.
    A good brick oven and a thin pizza two minutes is a long time...

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    We still don't know what was on the Bulgogi, other than real cheese, even after the question was posed.
    Come on, Da..., ehr, Topper Boy, was it beef? ...onions, mushrooms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Would Lulu approve?
    I'm willing to accept one of each for a Luriffic Review Thread.

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    Great review steal the jobs , I'm reporting you to Danny Boy ,

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    I asked for hotdog in a Korean eaterie but was told bulggery orf or summat similar.
    Thanks for heads up Tipper, but what about the real pies not this wop cheese on toast substitute or will it risk your parole to spill the beanz

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    I like the way that they had a couple of goes at spelling 'vegetarian'.

    ...or was it TopperBoy's writing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    I like the way that they had a couple of goes at spelling 'vegetarian'.
    I am still trying to work out "parousing" from OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    I am still trying to work out "parousing" from OP.
    Perusing probably.

    Perusing the brochure - having a look through the brochure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg
    I am still trying to work out "parousing" from OP.
    Oh, like you've never done it before!


    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon
    I like the way that they had a couple of goes at spelling 'vegetarian'.
    It could be read, so it's obviously not my handwriting...

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    Was it a pie or a fookin' pizza?

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    ... and we are not going to be told what the fillings/toppings were, in this excellent 'review'.


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    The vegetarian dish came with 6 sachets of Tabasco sauce!
    Why so many?

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    To hide the other couple of goes they had trying to spell vegetarian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD
    The 'Bulgogi pizza' does look nice.
    It's a wonderful pie, well worth the money.
    What floor is it on? Shop there weekly but never noticed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    To hide the other couple of goes they had trying to spell vegetarian?
    Thanks and there I thought it was to squeeze all of them Tabasco sachets out onto the food to make it taste good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Jones
    What floor is it on? Shop there weekly but never noticed it.
    Third floor...kind of across from Cold Stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    Thanks and there I thought it was to squeeze all of them Tabasco sachets out onto the food to make it taste good.
    I thought it was a great contrast to the Yank pizza places that send along a 1/2 kilo of tomato sauce packets with their pies.

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