So we had a dessert thingy meal deal. This meal deal consisted of two large pizzas, a garlic breadstick, and a chocolate thingy dessert. Let’s dive into what we thought of the meal deal.
Popping Chicken Thin Base – (Popcorn Chicken, Bacon on a BBQ Base and topped with a Ranch Sauce)
Mmm, popcorn chicken, bacon on a BBQ base was a pizza we could not pass up. Topped with the most delicious ranch sauce. I was not to sure how that ranch sauce would marry with the BBQ sauce. How I shouldn’t have worried! It was the perfect amount; every bite had the right amount to ensure you could taste both; as well as the toppings of course.
BBQ Meat Lovers Thin Base – (Pepperoni, Sausage, Beef, Ham, Bacon and Cheese on a BBQ Sauce Base)
So we have had many pizzas back in England that has a BBQ base, the trouble you find is that the likes of Dominoes smoother the base in it. Making it almost inedible. Here was not the case, it the pizza was given a thin layer of the delicious BBQ sauce. It played so well with the different meats.
Chocolate Thingy – (White and Milk Chocolate topping with a biscuit crumble and icing sugar, all on a chocolate sauce base)
We had been waiting to have one of these for years, and I mean years. I had been over to Australia twice before, and whenever an Eagle Boys was brought by family, one of these we never purchased. I have to admit I was very underwhelmed. I think it was the fact I had built it up so much in my head; it was never going to live up to my expectations.
Having said that, though, it wasn’t bad. The sauce tasted like the sauce you would put on ice cream. I was expecting melted chocolate as the base.
Very much like the garlic bread you would get in the supermarket, it was what it was. Nothing more I can say other than that.
So all in all, a very pleasant pizza joint. We had the thin bases, so we cannot comment about any of the others. For just over $20 you cannot complain. A perfect night in, watching the footy and a beer.