We have written about a Hungarian pizzeria coming up with unusual and funny pizza concepts and names. One such is the Orbán pizza: a delicacy that will be available for a limited time at PizzaPhone Pizzéria in Kiskőrös, between 12 March and 19 March. However, a restaurant in Hajdúböszörmény now came up with an even more unusual pizza: Putin’s favourite. What do you think it includes? Read on to find out.
PM Viktor Orbán is to celebrate the start of the 1848 Hungarian revolution and freedom fight in Kiskőrös. The town is the birthplace of Sándor Petőfi, one the most popular Hungarian poets and a freedom fighter of 1848-1849. Kiskőrös’ PizzaPhone Pizzéria created the so-called Orbán pizza. Among the toppings of the new treat, you may find even orange, the symbol of Orbán’s governing Fidesz party.
The complete list of toppings of the Orbán pizza contains the following: BBQ, honey base, chicken breast strips, cheese, orange rings, jalapeno peppers. Want to try it? Make sure to go to PizzaPhone Pizzéria in Kiskőrös between 12 and 19 March.
There is no shortage of humorous Hungarian pizza bakers. Viktor Orbán is not the only one who inspired the pizza chefs, Index.hu reports. Russian President Vladimir Putin did too. The competitor of the Orbán pizza is now the one called Putin’s favourite.
The menu of the Beregszászi Restaurant and Event House in Hajdúböszörmény includes ‘Putin’s favourite pizza’. It is available with a
sour cream base and toppings of ham, shank, bacon, sheep’s cottage cheese and smoked cheese.
Yes, you read that right: the restaurant in Hajdúböszörmény really is named after Beregszász. Beregszász (Berehove) is a town in Transcarpathia, Ukraine, located merely six kilometres from the Hungarian-Ukrainian border. Approximately half of the population in the town is Hungarian. People have been bringing means of humanitarian aid (power generators, durable foods, medicine and hygiene items) to Beregszász since the start of the war.
Source: index.hu, DNH