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Robert Lauriston | Nov 14, 201309:23 AM    

Same mall as Yum's Bistro. I got a large Curry Veggie Delight combo to go, "Curry Sauce, Cheese, Mushrooms, Bell Peppers, Olives, Red Onions, Jalapenos, Ginger & Fresh Cilantro," hold the diced tomatoes.

Crust was not thin, maybe 5/8", with no raised edge. I think it was similar to Pizza Hut (long time since I've had a slice of that) but cooked until quite brown on the bottom. I tried a slice fresh out of the oven, the bottom was nice and crunchy. An hour later only the edge was crunchy but it was still pretty good texture, no hint of sogginess.

The combination of flavors was great and the toppings were evenly dispersed so every bite was complex. The fresh cilantro was a particularly nice touch. Plenty of chiles, usually I put a lot of pepper flakes on my pizza but this needed none. Looking forward to trying some other combos.

http://www.bombaypizzahouse.com

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