Pizza Hut’s back at it again with another unique flavor — and this time, it’s got tons of cilantro.
On Monday, Pizza Hut Japan announced its new product called “Too Much Coriander” pizza. The special pizza will be sold in limited quantities until April 9 at 251 Pizza Hut Japan branches.
Customers will be served a pizza “topped with prawns, tomato paste, yangnyeom sauce” and “at least three stalks” of cilantro on every slice, according to Insider.
In a recent press release, Pizza Hut Japan shared that the cilantro pizza was devised to attract Generation Z customers.
“The moment you open the box, you will be shocked by the scent. … It’s a non-standard amount of cilantro to which Gen Z can’t help but say, ‘Wow, it’s like grass is growing.”
A few social media users have already tried the pizza and shared photos of it online.
Those interested in trying the new pizza, which only comes in a medium size, can expect to shell out 2,500 Japanese yen (approximately $19) when dining in and 2,800 Japanese yen (approximately $ 21) when ordering for delivery.
This is not the first time Pizza Hut has launched a unique product in Asia.