Top 10 Weirdest... er... Most Unique Pizza Toppings - #3 to #1

There are well over a thousand different places in Manhattan to eat pizza, so you'd go to Max Brenner's to get Chocolate & Marshmallow? Did you just escape from the Willard Asylum for the Insane?
There are well over a thousand different places in Manhattan to eat pizza, so you'd go to Max Brenner's to get Chocolate & Marshmallow? Did you just escape from the Willard Asylum for the Insane?

3: Chocolate & Marshmallow - Max Brenner's Restaurant, New York City, NY

Since New York City has the well deserved reputation for the Western Hemisphere's best pizza (it's the water...) and countless locations where you can enjoy what is rightfully some of the greatest pizzas anywhere, you really do have to wonder what Max Brenner was smoking when he decided to add to the menu of his restaurant at 841 Broadway a concoction that can only be defined as one of the most odious and repellant affronts to the very concept of pizza: the Chocolate & Marshmallow pizza! Neapolitans unite with me your fellow paisano, grab your pitchforks and let's march down Broadway to shut this aberrant violation of pizzahood down forever! Join my chant! "No Chocolate & Marshmallows On Pizza Ever! No Chocolate & Marshmallows On Pizza Ever! No Chocolate & Marshmallows On Pizza Ever!"

There is no way that Pizza Hut should be allowed to stay in business in North America after the full extent of this abhorrent, foul, hideous, contemptible, ungodly excuse for a pizza is known in their main market!
There is no way that Pizza Hut should be allowed to stay in business in North America after the full extent of this abhorrent, foul, hideous, contemptible, ungodly excuse for a pizza is known in their main market!

2: Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs, Hamburgers & Maple Syrup - Pizza Hut, Chain Restaurant in Japan

I'm sure that in some Tokyo marketing office the (so-called) bright idea first arose to take all of the imported fast food that Japanese have become addicted to and plunk it all on one dish, but the best thing that could have been done was to immediately fire whoever thought it up, and better yet, order him to commit seppuku. We start out with pizza, then we fit atop half of the outer ring crust a whole whack of mini weenies wrapped up in bacon and sitting in their own mini buns, while cheese rolls fit on the other half, now we move to the toppings where we slap mini hamburgers plus everything else we have in the pantry and then spread... (OMG!) maple syrup over the whole thing! Not only is this cardiac arrest on a plate, but who is gluttonous and obnoxious enough to actually think that this is actually edible???

And the number one most revolting pizza on planet Earth is...

The place is called Skinny Pizza because if you have to eat their Squid Ink Pizza you'll be sick for a month and lose a lot of weight!
The place is called Skinny Pizza because if you have to eat their Squid Ink Pizza you'll be sick for a month and lose a lot of weight!

1: Squid Ink - Skinny Pizza, Suntec City, Singapore

It's not enough to actually use icky squid ink on a pizza, but these culinary gonzos in Singapore actually go as far as mixing the disgusting fluid right into their dough so that the pizza crust itself takes on the mottled look of a monochrome measles victim. And of course you can't possibly expect them to leave some calamari off the pizza itself, in the middle of the cheese and arugula. It truly does boggle the imagination at why anyone would create this pizza, have the bollocks to place it on a menu, and be able to find customers that are actually stupid enough to pay for it, let alone eat this rotted, gag-inducing slop. I've just lost all respect for Singapore and its inhabitants! You've totally destroyed pizza forever!

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Catherine R 7 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

The poor pizza has been messed with way too much now. How much worse can it get. I keep seeing an add on TV here for a pizza with a sausage baked into the crust and I thought that was bad! That thing in the middle is an outrage - are there poor innocent Japanese folks who will think that this is western food? Maybe it will be enough to get them to stick to their own far healthier diet.


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tksensei 7 years ago

It has become Japanese food. Octopus goes great on pizza.


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Hal Licino 7 years ago from Toronto Author

Catherine R: The Japanese have a penchant for modifying Western foods to suit their own particular tastes and there's nothing wrong with this in many cases. But when they come up with combinations that are inexplicable and inedible, then they have to be berated. I wanted to place Sapporo's Whale Pizza on this list but I was unable to verify the restaurant that serves it, so I couldn't fit it into the top ten. Can you imagine pizza with whale pieces on it? UUUUUUUGGGGHHHHH!

tksensei: I've eaten pizza and I've eaten octopus and I think that they might go well together, but what about these mega pizzas with everything but the (seafood) kitchen sink on them? They have to be revolting! :)


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tksensei 7 years ago

Don't knock it 'till you've tried it!


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Hal Licino 7 years ago from Toronto Author

but... but... but... crab, squid, shrimp... and CHEESE? I've got the shivers just thinking about it! :)


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sunforged 7 years ago from Sunforged.com

Ive been a Pizzamaker for 10 years now i dont find the choco/marsh pizza or squid pizzas to be abhorrent at all.

I make a blueberry and cream cheese (a little more complicated but dont feel like a full description) with a honey glazed crust for easter every year, it always a big hit.

I used to make myself all sorts of seafood pies, nice scampi base, any seafood , cheese over top, its excellent!!

That hamburger and bacon wrapped hot dog thing is just ridiculous though


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Hal Licino 7 years ago from Toronto Author

I have no prob with a dessert pizza as long as it's not called pizza. We can call choco/marsh or blueberry/cream cheese a dessert flat pie, but a pizza is savory and there really isn't any way to get away from that. It would be like calling a strawberry compote with crushed nuts a bolognese sauce! :)

I'm of the ol skool and I wince whenever I see anyone sprinkling parmesan on cioppino or melting cheese over a prawn. I know that some starred chefs do mix seafood and cheese, but IMHO they deserve to be hanged by their thumbs. :)

Can you imagine what maple syrup over that hamburger hot dog pizza tastes like? It would be like eating out of a dumpster! :)


Rusty 5 years ago

Sounds like a lot of pizza you haven't actually tried, maybe you shouldn't write a review of food you haven't eaten. You are a terrible reviewer!


wow 4 years ago

cooked oatmeal and eggs


Disgusted by how terrible this is 3 years ago

This is terrible. Right from the start, with the "Most Unique" title, down through pretty much every review — shallow, unjustified puling about things the author has never even tried. This is the worst kind of shit that clogs the internet.

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