The Different Styles Of Signature Pizzas
Around The World
The popular pizza chain in Kenya has recently introduced a new range of signature pizzas
which have gained much popularity, particularly in Nairobi and other parts of Kenya. The
new brand launch of Signature Pizza Nairobi includes a revamp of many already existing fan
favourites and fresh new creations for a grand total of 11 different pizza choices ranging from
the basics to exotic new taste combinations and life-changing life-styles. This article will
introduce readers to the different types of signature pizzas and assess their pros and cons.
Classic Pizza. This is one of the most commonly-requested pizza type in Nairobi and across
the rest of Kenya. The sauce used is of the warm Italian tomato variety and topped with a
generous amount of shredded and fried onions along with white wine and basil pesta. The
standard size of a classic pizza in Nairobi is about rectangular with the toppings being a
combination of chicken, pork, egg, vegetables, mushrooms, olives, red or green bell peppers,
mushrooms and mayonnaise. Most signature pizzas are served with extra virgin olive oil.
Arabic Pizza. This is another pizza style that originates from an African country, this time
Egypt. The base of the pizza is made from an assortment of cheeses, tomatoes, spinach, feta,
chick peas, chick, red or green bell pepper, onions, garlic and served with special sauce that is
made using spices from the country.
Hawaiian Pizza. Another pizza style that is widely accepted throughout Kenya is Hawaiian
pizza. Hawaiian pita pizzas are Hawaiian style which were first made in Hawaii and later
brought over to Nairobi and other parts of Kenya. Hawaiian pizza is generally made using a
mixture of tomatoes, spinach, ham, pineapple and cheese. However, Hawaiian pita pizzas can
also be made with fish, tofu and even vegetables. As with other signature pizzas in Kenya, a
serving of Hawaiian pizza has to be served with an accompaniment made from wheat bread