Italy is in the Mediterranean, which is why @miskacafe has ten pizzas to offer hungry diners. They have the usual pepperoni & Hawaiian pizzas, but we were here for the more unique variations, namely the Chicken Mediterranean Pizza ($19++) and the Greek Pizza (also $19++). Miska was kind enough to let us go halfsies on the pizza, and they might just let you do two toppings on one pizza if you ask nicely enough.⠀

Both start with a terrifically thin pizza crust slathered in a hearty homemade pizza sauce (probably marinara). The Chicken Mediterranean half was topped with chicken breast, heart of artichoke, cherry tomatoes, red onions, bell peppers, black olives, feta and mozzarella cheese. The chicken tiddi-sorry, breast strips were just as marvellously moist as the grilled chicken, and it went perfect with the rich savouriness of the olives. The crunch of the bell peppers & onions were a charming contrast to the soft pizza, and despite Miska being sparing with the cheese, this was a pleasant pizza.⠀

The Greek Pizza, despite it being a vegetarian pie, was equally exquisite. Kalamata olives, onions, bell peppers and garlic were all roasted to perfection and cheesed up with the same feta & mozza mix. However, with the Greek, it’s jazzed up with the addition of parmesan & oregano, giving it an extra cheesy & herbaceous aroma that is ideal with the veggies on the pizza.⠀

When you dine at Miska, make sure you get a pizza the good stuff and a thirst quenching drink, preferably alcoholic. Thank you for the invite @burpple & @miskacafe!

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