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Thick fun in thin crust

The thin crust is a boon for the calorie conscious pizza lover


ALL THOSE pizza aficionados, with an eye for carbohydrates... here is your chance to indulge. Domino's Pizza launched its all new `Thin Crust Pizza', with a light, wafer-thin and crispy crust, available in all sizes and toppings.

Intended to "enhance the eating experience" by increasing the mouth feel of the cheese and toppings in the pizza, the thin crust range is targeted at "young adults, women, and light eaters". True to its purpose, this light range does not seem to over-fill the stomach, and allows the eater to savour the flavour of the toppings of his choice.

Though many may frown upon the price list, which is the same as the Hand Tossed Pizzas (Rs. 69 to Rs. 339) depending upon the size and combination, it is worth the while - since the process of making the thin crust is that much more difficult.

But as a promotional offer, the Thin Crust Pizza is available for Rs. 39 with any medium or regular pizza, and free with any large pizza - in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian sections.

So, anytime you need a mid-meal snack, drop in at any of the Domino's outlets, and try a thin crust.

Bon appetit!

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