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Pizza Hut Indonesia releases dim sum pizza – no, it’s not an April Fools’ joke

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  • Pizza Hut Indonesia released a dim sum pizza topped with chicken, mozzarella, onions, mushrooms, red peppers and tartar sauce last month.

  • The highlight of this new pizza is its crust, which consists of dumplings filled with shrimp and fish.

  • The dim sum pizza is only available in Indonesia and costs 123,000 Indonesian rupiah (approximately $8.56).

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Pizza Hut Indonesia is selling an exclusive dim sum pizza that features a crust made of dumplings.

The new pizza, which was released on March 14 and sells for 123,000 Indonesian rupiah (approximately $8.56), comes with a tartar sauce base and is topped with chicken, mozzarella, onions, mushrooms and red peppers.

The highlight of this pizza is its crust, which consists of dumplings filled with shrimp and fish.

Customers who prefer beef instead of chicken can opt for a “Meat Lovers” or pepperoni version, while those who don’t want meat can go for a “Cheese Lovers” version. 

Overseas adventurous pizza lovers interested in giving this unique treat a try might have to sit this one out, however, since this special pizza is only available in Indonesia. 

Elsewhere in Asia, Pizza Hut Taiwan recently released a new pizza called the Cilantro Pig’s Blood Wu Geng Chang Wang Pizza, which is topped with pig’s intestines and pig’s blood, among other ingredients. They also released a Ramen Pizza last year in collaboration with Menya Musashi.

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