Thursday, May 28, 2015

Anna Perenna Pizza

Healthy 'eating out' may sound oxymoronish, but as they say there is no harm trying. Hence, I wander. Skeeter ended up at Anna Perenna Pizza, a gourmet, handmade pizza place, trying to do things differently. Anna Perenna is the Roman Goddess of long life & renewal, health & plenty. This delivery/takeaway service does top notch pizzas, making dough from the scratch and yes they are wholewheat (some, even multigrain) with no processed cheese whatsoever! While the last line may be hard to digest, the pizzas are rather easy on the stomach.


The Mint cooler lemonade served in a glass jar with the right amount of sweet and tang will quench your thirst and make you forget the sweltering heat outside for a while. The olive-studded bread and hummous were a great starter. The hummous was creamy and full of flavour and the olive-studded bread was wholewheat. What else could one ask for? I know it's gonna be on my dinner table again and again, and more!


From the pizza selection, Skeeter tried the 'Roast zucchini, tomato and basil pizza', that has a light and crisp base. The base sauce is made in-house and was finger-licking good. The pizza was overall perfect and I did not realise the absence of cheese. I would've loved a crispier base and if the zucchini was char-grilled it would make for a better sight on the plate, but then that's just being greedy and asking for more. This pizza makes for a perfect treat for weight watchers, as is.

The 'Jalapeno, pineapple and rocket pizza was rather inspirational and it'd be my go-to pizza in the days to come. If there is poetry on a plate, this is it, this is it, this is it! A crisp base, smeared with tomato sauce, topped with generous helpings of pineapple slices and rocket leaves. You get your pizza fix, you eat your dose of the favourite fruit and you munch some salad, all at a go. Oh did I mention, they have a low cheese and no-cheese option as well. Just ask them and they oblige. They claim to procure as many organic ingredients as possible. Plus ten for that. Vegan pizzas, anyone? Almost everything on the menu can be made vegan if it already isn't. They even cater to the needs of those suffering from celiac or gluten allergies.
The Pizza cannot get hotter than this!


Meal for two: Rs 750
For more information, check the Anna Perenna Pizza website  

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