Do you prefer traditional Neapolitan pizza, or American editions like Pizza Hut or Domino's?
As I live in Italy, here I eat Neapolitan pizza. However I also often travel abroad, so it happened to me to try also American pizza chains like Pizza Hut & Domino's (they do not exist in Italy). I liked some American pizza types (and I am even a fan of "twisted dough balls" at Domino's), even if I prefer the Italian version.
What about you? Have you ever eaten Neapolitan pizza? Do you like it or do you prefer American pizza versions?
Pizza Hut/Domino's are the pizza equivalent of McDonald's hamburgers. They'll do if you're hungry and there's nothing better available, but that doesn't make them "good."
I'd rather have a "real" pizza in an actual Italian restaurant instead of something that's been stamped out on an assembly line.
Thank you for your reply. As I live in Italy, I don't know what are American tastes about pizza, so I asked this question as I am curious about this: in Italy you find only Italian pizza, even as "fast food" (even if this last is not oven baked).
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