A total family joint, complete with play-pen and toddlers running in the aisles, Pizza Corner is chaotic on a good day. The music is loud, and so is the decor. One of the most popular restaurants till Pizza Hut
hit the scene, this place still has its dedicated clientele of 4-year-olds celebrating their birthdays, and college-goers out on a treat.
When Pizza Corner first started, it was infamous for its dancing waiters. Every 30 minutes, all the crew would launch into a orchestrated jig. It was cute, if mildly embarassing. Even in other ways, this restaurant was designed to make sure you don't get bored. Apart from mounted TV screens, there is football memorabilia on the walls and games on your table-mat. They make sure you get more than just your pizza.
The Hand-Tossed Pizzas here are most popular. Try the Veggie Supreme or the Mexican Summer, with sweet-corn, capsicum, cheese and olives. The Chicken Supreme is also a hit, with its smoked and spiced flavors drowned in mozzarella. Another hit is the Punjabi Chicken Pizza, which is spicy and quite a heavy treat. Cheese Garlic Bread is one of the best-selling munchies here.
One of the more expensive pizzerias in town, this restaurant nonetheless has some good deals if you know where to find them. For instance, the Lasagne Bolognaise is very good, especially the non-veg version, and one portion does very well for two diners. And you'll only spend around Rs. 200, if you want a drink to wash it down.
Both outlets of Pizza Corner have tie-ins, so you can choose to have dessert from Baker's Inn
(if you're at Banjara Hills) or Qwiky
's (at Begumpet). This is a good place to descend on in a group, but you might feel a little crowded in otherwise. A nice enough place if you like your pizza served with a flourish and more than a little noise.