MelIssa Kohmis •
10 Feb 2012 • 64 reviews • 41 followers
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All pizzas come in a 13-inch x 8-inch rectangle size
, except Kids Pizzas and Gluten Free Pizzas that come in a 9-inch round size
Pizzas are priced according to 4 different categories: Vegetarian ($21), Poultry ($22), Meat ($23) and Seafood ($25).
($21, wild marinated mushroom mix, asparagus, pine nuts, topped with parmesan & a drizzle of truffle oil on a Bechamel cream sauce base)
I like how their pizzas are fragrant and not at all burnt –their crusts are baked to a light crisp on the outside, and they are neither tough nor overly chewy on the inside. Although the crusts aren’t extremely crispy and paper-thin, they’re sufficiently thin and crunchy without being heavy on the stomach, delivering an adequate ratio of ingredients to carbohydrate.Moroccan Lamb
($23, Moroccan lamb, Spanish onions & baby spinach, topped with mint yoghurt & a squeeze of lemon)
For those who tend to avoid lamb for its gamey odour, the Moroccan Lamb will bring you glad tidings. The lamb is rubbed with spice, masking any possible stench without being overpowering. Mint leaves are added for a refreshing lift and mint yoghurt adds moisture to its teaming counterparts.Wedges
For sides, we had the crisp golden wedges with a fluffy interior, served with sweet chilli sauce & sour cream.
In conclusion, for someone so enamoured with pizza like yours truly, I’m not disappointed with what I had at Crust. On top of the deliciousness, the pizzas are neither greasy nor sinful and they were all polished off with ease.