Pizza Hut Hong Kong Now Stuffs its Crusts With Creamy Fish Eggs

Once upon a time pizza chains only filled their crusts with more crust. Those were sad days in which people could only ingest a normative amount of cheese. Pizza Hut, the rebels that they are, decided to hide cheese, pepperoni and other gunk all over the dang place. How could they one up themselves? With creamy fish eggs, of course.

Pizza Hut Hong Kong has just gone off the deep end (da dum dum) and unveiled the  Flying Fish Roe Salmon Cream Cheese Pizza. As the name suggests, the crust of this bad boy is filled with salmon-flavored cream cheese and flying fish roe. The pizzas come in two different topping varieties, Crayfish Seafood Deluxe and Sausage, Pepperoni & Pomelo. The pomelo is a citrus fruit, lest you think the sausage and pepperoni pie would be the traditional choice.

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