This new brand has been around for quite some time and it is surely here to survive the pizza wars in Pune. With over 10 new options for pizzas and artisan pizza makers, it may very well be difficult for the cheaper ones to survive but they manage it fair and square. Here is their not too secretive thing strategy that makes them a hit: the pricing. The value for money quotient is really great here and you get a lot of food but you would not end up paying a lot of money. The pizza base is quite thick and not the regular thin crust that you have been eating at many pizzerias. That is actually a good thing because there has to be someplace that has a thick and meaty crust, it surely adds to the feel-good factor of eating a thick base pizza. So, they have some basic pizzas in the Vegetarian range and some of those are classics done decently well. The 'Pesto Delight' and 'Peri Peri Paneer' are the most interesting ones from the lot. The 'Pesto Delight' comes with pesto sauce, mozzarella, roasted capsicum, onions, olives and mushrooms. The 'Peri Peri Paneer' is dominated with Paneer and does not taste anything like Peri Peri per se, but tastes good overall and has a nice spice level to it. The non-vegetarian range offers a similar sort of toppings and sauces and in addition, includes the Desi flavours too. The 'Tandoori Chicken' is what we mean here, it is nicely done but the whole idea of eating a Pizza that is inspired by Italy and its routes is pretty much dead. This is more like when Punjab met Italy and they made a pizza together. This is very much attractive for the young guns and teens or some office crowd who loves to lunch here. The other desserts apart from the Chocolate Pizza include ‘Choco Lava Cake’ and ‘Walnut Brownie’ which are fairly decent too. The service is super quick, most orders are on your table in under 7 minutes.