Dessert bar, anyone?
The recently opened concept store in the inner Sydney suburb of Waterloo was designed in the style of an American diner, complete with neon signs, a juke box and red and white checkered tabletops.
The menu also offers a throwback for patrons who dined at Pizza Hut restaurants at the peak of their popularity.
The Waterloo store will hold unlimited pizza by the slice events on Tuesday nights and Saturday lunches, as well as a classic dessert bar with ice cream, frozen custard and toppings.
For something new, it will offer an exclusive pizza menu with ever-evolving items, and 'express lunches' on week days, with a medium pizza and drink for $8.
“This restaurant combines the things Australians have always loved about Pizza Hut with our vibrant modern casual dining culture. It will also allow us to respond quickly to our customers’ changing demands. This is the future of Pizza Hut,” Pizza Hut Australia Innovation Director, Matt Sawyer, said.
While dine-in Pizza Hut stores will be delightfully nostalgic for most city dwellers, there are still 15 classic Pizza Hut restaurants operating nationally.
7 Archibald Ave, Waterloo NSW 2017 | www.pizzahut.com.au