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Surprisingly new Indian PIZZA PLACE called JARRY PIZZA

maj54us | Mar 6, 201312:07 PM     34

I took a gamble on Sunday. My favorite haitian griot and "riz collé" place LA VIDA was closed. Accros the street I noticed a new place called JARRY PiZZA.

Big deal I said to myself here's another fast food joint. But as I was going to sit in my vehicle, I saw an Indian man wearing a dastaar or if you want a Sikh turban behind the counter. I wondered if they might do Indian style Pizza. Went in saw that they did. Ordered a medium chicken tandoori to go.

I honestly didn't expect it to be anything amazing but it was. The crust was different and the chicken cheese topping was just delicious. Off course it was on the spicy side. I was just happy.

I noticed the flower mixer so I guess they make their own pizza doe.

I will try it again to make sure it wasn't an illusion and will investigate more next time I go.

752 Jarry West
Montréal, Qc H3N 1G6
514-278-8777

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