Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Won't Miss #66 - Japanese pizza

Japanese pizza is so famously bad that I hardly feel the need to explain this. It's not that the toppings, like mayonnaise, corn, tuna, and various fish parts that resemble alien beings, are freaky and weird, though that is a part of it. It's simply that it's so exceptionally rare to get a pizza which is made well from top to bottom. The crusts are usually poor quality and the cheese is rarely good (or even real). The sauce is never anything to write home about. With exceptionally "blah" pizza basics, you can't expect anything good even if you grow to enjoy the esoteric toppings (which I haven''t).

I won't miss Japanese pizza, not for a second.

1 comment:

  1. Not to mention that you can't bake one at home if you don't have a "real" oven.


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