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Indulge your taste buds at Fusion Pizza Bar

Indulge your taste buds with the scrumptious flavours of Fusion Pizza Bar Hamilton


By Kimberley Gilbert


Starting in 2012, Fusion Pizza Bar has been Hamilton’s number one pizza place. “We wanted to provide high quality, created with homemade bases and the freshest ingredients,” says owner, Paddy Lubana.

“We looked at what other pizza providers in Hamilton were doing and knew we could do better. Gourmet pizza doesn’t have to be expensive and cheap pizza doesn’t have to be flavourless,” says Mr Lubana.

“We create handmade Italian style pizza with Asian herbs and spices. A true fusion,” says Mr Lubana.

For first timers, Mr Lubana recommends the crowd favourite ‘Fusion Pizza’ which features tasty chicken, fresh succulent vegetables of onion, mushrooms and capsicum, a flavoursome fusion sauce and herbs to finish it off.

Fusion Pizza Bar has a strong customer focus. “We want to make our customers happy. We welcome any feedback you might have,” says Mr Lubana.

Helpful and friendly staff are there to guide you through your Fusion Pizza Bar experience.

If you don’t feel like driving down to Grey Street, you can get your special Fusion pizza delivered straight to your door. It’s that easy!.

“Tweak your taste buds with our pizzas. We offer an exclusive combination of flours (made from the fusion of classic flavours) and our own unique flavour of toppings, spices and herbs that will leave your taste buds with an exotic flavour,” says Mr Lubana.

So head down to Fusion Pizza Bar on Grey Street for the best pizza in the Waikato!


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