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Friday fun night tonight at Pizza Hut

By Canfan 31 July 2015 13

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Pizza Hut stores across Canberra and Queanbeyan will tonight donate five per cent of sales between 6pm and 8pm to Communities@Work’s social programs. 

Make it a fun night for you and friends or family by grabbing a pizza for dinner.
Pizza Hut is proudly partnering with Communities@Work’s Social Programs, who provide food and essential items to those most vulnerable and disadvantaged in the Canberra Community.

Stores are can be found at the following locations:

  • Gungahlin – on the corner of Gribble and Gozzard Streets
  • Kippax – Harwick Crescent
  • Dickson – on the corner of Challis and Cape Streets
  • Kingston – Kennedy Street
  • Queanbeyan – 218 Crawford Street
  • Mawson – 1 Mawson Place
  • Weston – 15 Brierly Street
  • Erindale – 38 Gartside Street

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Evilomlap 12:21 pm 04 Aug 15

Dominos is a great example of a good business model being more important than actually having a quality product. Despite their fancy GPS tracking and updating their website to look like Crust’s, their pizza is still as god-awful as it always was. I had it for the first time in years a few months ago and was reminded of why I steer well clear of them. I mean yeah I realise it’s just fast food dressed up to look like it’s not, but how on earth you can screw up a pepperoni and mushroom pizza is beyond me. When you throw out 2/3 of the pizza and the garlic bread that came with it is more appetizing, you know you’re onto a real winner.

watto23 12:19 pm 04 Aug 15

I used to love the monthly lunch my mates and I would have at Pizza Hut. Unfortunately substandard gimmicky pizzas and home delivery took over. As a Uni student I worked at Jackos and Capital dial a pizza as well and they made decent pizzas until they got bought out by chains.

I tend to not eat pizza much these days, they’ve changed too mu8ch for my tastes.

Keijidosha 11:10 pm 03 Aug 15

Alexandra Craig said :

RiotFrog said :

Did anyone else think that Pizza Hut didn’t exist in Canberra anymore?

I knew they existed as a place you can go to and pick up pizza orders, but I don’t think any of them have the dine-in restaurant any more 🙁

Every time I go into Pizza Hut at Kippax I catch a glimpse of the original shop fitout tucked away in the prep area and it reminds me of family dinners back in the ‘restaurant’ days (prior to all-you-can-eat). Amazing to think that such a time ever existed given how the modern pizza experience is all about GPS tracking, exotic toppings and idiotic gimmicks.

dtc 3:26 pm 03 Aug 15

Postalgeek said :

Mess said :

Those all you can eat pizza buffets at Pizza Hut were the best. I think the last one that closed down was in Queanbeyan were the Zambreros is now.

I have fond memories of the Lonsdale St Pizza Hut. They even had a little grassy patch outside where you could lie down and groan

The KFC/Macca/Pizza Hut holy trinity

Friends of mine used to work at the Maccas; at closing time everyone would take ‘left over’ (read ‘specially cooked’) food to the other restaurants and swap it around

vintage123 3:22 pm 03 Aug 15

John Moulis said :

Postalgeek said :

Mess said :

Those all you can eat pizza buffets at Pizza Hut were the best. I think the last one that closed down was in Queanbeyan were the Zambreros is now.

I have fond memories of the Lonsdale St Pizza Hut. They even had a little grassy patch outside where you could lie down and groan

Same here! Back in the late ’90s PH had “The Works” – all you can eat lunches. They had around 20 varieties of pizza on a smorgasbord as well as apple crumble pizza, bottomless glasses of soft drink and soft serve ice cream with M&Ms. By contrast the Phillip store only had three or four varieties of pizza.

Here ha go john, next time you visit Sydney, it’s identical to twenty years ago.
http://www.weekendnotes.com/pizza-hut-dine-in-restaurant-sydney/
I used to enjoy it also, and remember the anticipation of waiting to see what the next pizza was as they updated the baymorie.

John Moulis 2:38 pm 03 Aug 15

Postalgeek said :

Mess said :

Those all you can eat pizza buffets at Pizza Hut were the best. I think the last one that closed down was in Queanbeyan were the Zambreros is now.

I have fond memories of the Lonsdale St Pizza Hut. They even had a little grassy patch outside where you could lie down and groan

Same here! Back in the late ’90s PH had “The Works” – all you can eat lunches. They had around 20 varieties of pizza on a smorgasbord as well as apple crumble pizza, bottomless glasses of soft drink and soft serve ice cream with M&Ms. By contrast the Phillip store only had three or four varieties of pizza.

Mysteryman 2:26 pm 03 Aug 15

vintage123 said :

Having read in detail Dominos latest business reports and futures market, I would not be surprised to see Pizza Hut foreclose and liquidate within 18mths. The intrinsic value of Dominoes on the ASX at the moment is extremely appealing for investors. Dominos venture capital reserves are subsequently bolstered, thereby allowing savage marketing to override competitors market share. Dominos has hit Pizza Hut hard with both the GPS tracking online order and deliver product as well as the sub $5 daily pizza deal. Most Pizza Hut franchises can not sustain operations when competing with such reduced margins.

And it’s a shame, because Pizza Hut actually make far better pizzas. They end up costing slightly more but the size, the toppings, and the taste far exceed that of Dominos’ Pizzas.

vintage123 1:17 pm 03 Aug 15

Having read in detail Dominos latest business reports and futures market, I would not be surprised to see Pizza Hut foreclose and liquidate within 18mths. The intrinsic value of Dominoes on the ASX at the moment is extremely appealing for investors. Dominos venture capital reserves are subsequently bolstered, thereby allowing savage marketing to override competitors market share. Dominos has hit Pizza Hut hard with both the GPS tracking online order and deliver product as well as the sub $5 daily pizza deal. Most Pizza Hut franchises can not sustain operations when competing with such reduced margins.

Postalgeek 12:51 pm 03 Aug 15

Mess said :

Those all you can eat pizza buffets at Pizza Hut were the best. I think the last one that closed down was in Queanbeyan were the Zambreros is now.

I have fond memories of the Lonsdale St Pizza Hut. They even had a little grassy patch outside where you could lie down and groan

Mess 12:15 pm 03 Aug 15

Those all you can eat pizza buffets at Pizza Hut were the best. I think the last one that closed down was in Queanbeyan were the Zambreros is now.

Alexandra Craig 8:37 am 03 Aug 15

RiotFrog said :

Did anyone else think that Pizza Hut didn’t exist in Canberra anymore?

I knew they existed as a place you can go to and pick up pizza orders, but I don’t think any of them have the dine-in restaurant any more 🙁

RiotFrog 2:58 pm 02 Aug 15

Did anyone else think that Pizza Hut didn’t exist in Canberra anymore?

zllauh 2:22 pm 29 May 15

Finally got an excuse from dieting :p
Would definitely come and order. Good work . Noble cause 🙂

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