Sausage, Vegetable and Egg Pizza (Disney's Easter 2016)

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Pizza, pizza, pizza. Who doesn't love a good pizza? The amazing thing about pizza is it's versatility. You could customize a pizza to fit your palate. If you like pineapples, put some slices in. If you like spicy food, go crazy on the chili peppers. If you are vegetarian, plant a seed in your pizza. If you love meat, don't hold back. Nothing can stop you from adding whatever you want on a pizza. It reminds me of music. It can go wherever your imagination allows you to. With that being said, the world has stopped exploring the boundaries of pizza. Now, every pizza parlor that you go to, probably sells the same old same old. Not Tokyo Disney though. Once in a while, they come up with something that will even surprise the Ninja Turtles. Sometimes they taste good, sometimes they don't, but Tokyo Disney always finds a way to explore the limitations of this amazing food item, known the world over as pizza.

Sausage, Vegetable and Egg Pizza Menu

Sausage, Vegetable and Egg Pizza Menu

Egg as a main topping on a pizza?! That just sounds like a disaster. I said before that you can put whatever you want on a pizza, but egg just does not sound appetizing at all. Chef Mickey does not care though. He does whatever he wants and this is one of his craziest creations yet. He has decided to put sausages, vegetables and eggs on a slice of pizza and sell it for 520 yen. Want a drink? Add 210 yen and get yourself a set.

Sausage, Vegetable and Egg Pizza

Sausage, Vegetable and Egg Pizza

When you first open the pizza box, you will be blown away by how colorful this pizza is. It looks like something from a comic strip. Green, yellow, red, purple, ka-pow! That myriad of colors comes from the cucumbers, red and yellow capsicum, onions, sausages and egg.

Texture and looks-wise, this pizza was brilliant. The crisp from the thin crust and the crunch of the vegetables brought tears of joy to my eyes, but the winner of this texture pageant would have to go to the edge crust. The egg on the edge crust gave an outer fluff to the inner crisp of the crust itself. Ka-blam!

The sweetness from the fresh vegetables and the saltiness from the sausages came together really well. With that being said, I felt like something was missing in this slice of pizza. It lacked that cheesy goodness that one would come to expect when eating pizza. I sorta wish that there was more cheese to it. That would have sealed the deal for me. It wasn't as complete as the Bacon & Pineapple Pizza

Honorable Rating: Mmm, This Is Good (4/5)

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