With an American restaurant chain attempting to make world’s largest pizza ever, we list out the local outposts that dish out huge pizzas
All in a name
Are you someone who — apart from the size of a dish — is also piqued by its name? Monster Pizza awaits you with a wide-ranging menu comprising vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
At: Unit 6, Alpine Industrial Estate, Marol
Cost: 18-inch veg pizza starts at Rs 709
18-inch non-veg pizza starts at Rs 809
Freshly baked sumo circles
This pizzeria classifies its pizzas into small, medium, large, jumbo, and sumo pizzas that are 26 inches in size. Choose from five kinds of toppings, veggies and dips including the chef’s special firehouse sauce.
At: Shop 2, Raghavji Building, Tardeo
Cost: Jumbo pizzas at Rs 1,099, Sumo pizzas at Rs 1,799
Variety on a plate
La Pino’z serves delish circles with a maximum diameter of 24 inches. Their massive offerings are available in unique flavours and ingredient pairings.
At: Across outlets in Borivali, Andheri, Santacruz and Mulund
Cost: 24-inch pizzas
Start at: Rs 1,250
Width of the matter
At Pizza Castle, the dough expands in width and not just in its diameter. They serve double-decker options of the dish across the varieties listed on their menu. Choose any pizza and make it more scrumptious by asking for an extra deck at an added cost.
At: Outlets in Wadala, Matunga East and Mahakali Caves
Cost: 12-inch double-decker starts at Rs 536
Life comes full square
No Indian is unaware of the thali concept. Circle Cafe has fit in tasty pizzas into the structure of a thali. The non-veg thali comprises chicken hariyali pizza, Mexican and square’s pizza special.
At: K 17, Old Sonal Industrial Estate, Malad
Cost: Non-veg pizza thali at Rs 1,799; veg pizza thali at Rs 1,499