A pizza patron has had a pizza of John’s for 20 years, and now he’s sharing it with the world.
Key points:John’s Pizza is now offering a special pizza on SundaysJohn’s is offering a pizza to customers who bring their own crust to be eaten at the restaurantJohn’s owner says customers are “very impressed” with the pizzaJohn’s founder John “The Amazing” Smith is a New York Times bestselling author who founded the pizza chain with his wife, Lisa.
Mr Smith said the pizza was the “most wonderful” he had ever had, and was made with fresh ingredients.
“The crust is made with just 100% whole wheat flour, and that’s one of the best crusts I’ve ever had,” he said.
“You can get a real pizza in the store that’s about the same thickness and the same taste, but the crust is so delicious.”
It’s got a very good crust, very thin crust, it’s very well cooked.
“There’s a big difference from one slice to the next.
It’s really good.”
John’s opened its first restaurant in Melbourne in 1995, and today it has more than 300 restaurants in the state, with the largest being in Melbourne’s inner-west.
It is owned by Mr Smith’s family, and has been open for about 15 years.
“I have a special thing that I do, which is that if you bring your own crust, and you put it on your pizza, you can eat it,” Mr Smith said.
Mr James says the crust on his crust is the best he has ever tasted.
“A little bit of sauce, but nothing too much,” he explained.
“So when I put it all on the pizza, I think it’s like the perfect crust.”
John Smith said his crust has become a “special” item to his customers.
“People tell me that they’re very impressed with the crust, that they’ve come in with their friends and family and they’ve put on a crust,” he added.
“They’re just really pleased to see it and they’re not going to wait another minute.”
The pizza is not available for purchase on Sunday mornings, but is sold on Sundays at John’s Pizza for $12.99.
It costs $12 for a slice, $7.50 for a side of pizza, and $8.99 for a large.
It’s available from the restaurant on Sundays until March 31.