I was shopping at the Kad Suan Kaew MalI and went looking for some comfort food; Pizza. The pizza looked good but the taste was way off for a USA palate. The crust was passable but that's where it stops. I do have to say that the service was very pleasant, helpful and patient for quick serve. Also the place was clean and the location is convenient. **FYI, If you happen to be on the other side (east side) of town by the night baazar i would recommend you stop by Giorgio's for a consistently good pizza.
Attempt 1: Placed order for two large pan crust meat supreme pizzas. Received call soon after from local store manager [I assume], a male, to say they didn't have any more large pizza doughs. (I assume they have frozen prepackaged crusts.) He offered two mediums, but at the same price. THE SAME PRICE! What the hell, Pizza Hut? I canceled the order and asked if he was stupid or just trying to rip me off. Attempt 2: I immediately placed a different order for two medium pan crust meat supreme pizzas to be delivered. Received a call from a female, not the person who had called before, informing me they were out of those crusts. (What?!) I sad I didn't want large, but medium pizzas now. She agreed and said it would arrive within 30 minutes. Delivery was on-time and hot! But why do they charge ฿40 extra for delivery AND ask you tip the delivery person? (This is a foul practice found in all pizzas delivery services. They should decide if they're in the delivery business or the pizza business and stop asking their custimers subsidize their scheme to rip off their delivery persons.) Anyway, the pizzas were quite unsatisfactory. There are not standard measurements in mass or size for any pizzas, because a medium pizza in Thailand is a bit smaller than a small pizza in the United States. It is obvious they prey on foreigners by using this misconception. “Feeds 2-3 persons,” is the claim on the website about their single medium pizza. Anyway, the photo below shows a size comparison with a 1½ liter coke bottle. I estimate the medium pizza is about 8” in diameter. For ฿678.00, I expected better (and I'm disappointed far that someone else who was buying our dinner). Especially, I expected a fully coked crust. The crust was in fact doughy and thus undercooked. Low quality, high price, and questionable business practices come standard on their half-baked attempt at pizza dinner.
I was craving something from back home. The crust tastes the same. Cheese and sauce did not. I wouldn't recommend going if you're looking for American Pizza Hut.
The pizza was flat. Low on cheese and reminded me most of all the Jewish passover matsa. You will be wise to stay away