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Top 10 Weirdest... er... Most Unique Pizza Toppings - #9 to #7

Updated on September 24, 2009
I can't seem to make out the tongue on this image of All Seasons Pizza menu but it is definitely available if you ask for it!
I can't seem to make out the tongue on this image of All Seasons Pizza menu but it is definitely available if you ask for it!

9: Beef Tongue - All Seasons Pizzeria, Oklahoma City, OK

When Roman Lisanyuk moved from the Ukraine to Oklahoma he probably didn't know that he would go down in the annals of pizza history by placing 9th in the Top 10 Weirdest... er... Most Unique Pizza Toppings list! However, his European pizza which features asparagus stalks, feta cheese and (gag) beef tongue is definitely the weirdest pizza in Oklahoma and likely several other states around it. I know you're living in a cattle state, Roman, but couldn't you have tried sirloin or filet or flank or... anything but (yuck) tongue? Yes, Oklahomans are renowned for loving their beef but aren't we crossing the line at such a revolting ingredient? What's next... sweetbread pizza... oh my Gawd... I hope I haven't given Roman any ideas!

You really have to wonder what Nino's Bellissima Restaurant owner Nino Selimaj was thinking when he concocted the idea of trying to sell a $1,000 pizza in the middle of the worst recession in almost a century.
You really have to wonder what Nino's Bellissima Restaurant owner Nino Selimaj was thinking when he concocted the idea of trying to sell a $1,000 pizza in the middle of the worst recession in almost a century.

8: Caviar, Creme Fraiche & Lobster - Nino's Bellissima Restaurant, New York City, NY

I know I listed lobster as an ingredient on one of the top five best pizza sauces, but when you add creme fraiche and caviar, the result is nothing more than $1,000 worth of expensive compost. If it was something thoroughly delectable, then maybe he could be excused, but this expensive pizza for the sake of expensive pizza is nothing more than a steaming pile of crap served up for a grand at an overpriced restaurant by a really creepy looking Albanian dude wearing a St. Valentine's Day Massacre suit. I've been trying to figure out what it would taste like and all I'm getting is revoltingly salty hot sour cream. I think I'll keep my 10 C notes, thank you very much!

Shrimp, Scallops, Squid, Octopus, Clams, Tuna, Smoked Salmon, Onions, Green Pepper, and Tomato... sorry Mr. Japanese pizzaiolo, but those ingredients do not belong together!!!
Shrimp, Scallops, Squid, Octopus, Clams, Tuna, Smoked Salmon, Onions, Green Pepper, and Tomato... sorry Mr. Japanese pizzaiolo, but those ingredients do not belong together!!!

7: Tons of Seafood - The Super Joker Pizza, Pizza Studio, Tokyo, Japan

Pizza Studio has to take the cake over many of the Japanese restaurant serving sewage on pizzas. The Super Joker is so named as it's nothing more than a joke. You can't really tell me that anyone is actually going to order it, and then eat it? You really do have to wonder how Pizza Studio can stay in business given that their menu also features their "Seafood Special" of Squid, Octopus, Clam, Shrimp, Scallops, and (aaaaarrrggghhhh) Crab Legs; and if you're not sick yet, why not go for their "Japanese Style" pizza which takes Shredded Pork (ok); Shimeji Mushrooms (not bad); Bamboo Shoots (very strange but I'm not gagging yet); Shiso Leaves (that's soooo wrong in soooo many ways); and Nori Seaweed (help, I'm headed to talk to Gawd on the big white telephone)!

Continued In: Top 10 Weirdest... er... Most Unique Pizza Toppings - #6 to #4

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      tudy thompsan 7 years ago

      thats disgusting ewwwwwwwww well i guess ppl are different,wtf????

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