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The satanically themed dining room of this first branch of unusual New Zealand pizza chain Hell looks like it was designed by a particularly bad-tempered teenage goth. The pizzas look like they were designed by someone who'd been told about pizza, but never actually seen a real one. And yet... they actually taste pretty good, and they are remarkably cheap. Crunchy, pastry-like bases piled an inch deep with half-a-dozen toppings create a hugely satisfying fast food mouthful, and there’s a lot more variety on the menu than a standard cheese-and-tomato restaurant, with refried beans, smoked salmon and avocado all putting in successful appearances. There's even a pudding pizza, with berries and bananas drenched in custard and melted chocolate. This place really shouldn't work, but actually it's delicious (in a greasy sort of way), and, with a decent meal available for £4.50, excellent value. Hell has overtaken Domino's in New Zealand to become the country's second biggest pizza chain. British eaters are a little more cautious, but this is an excellent budget option - and if the decor is too hideous, you can always order takeaway.
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