Pizza concept with a twist, Pizzaly opened its second branch in Dubai Marina after setting up the first outlet in November last year in a Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) neighbourhood.
Launched as a multicultural concept, Pizzaly brings a fusion of delicious crafted pizzas with the best sourced ingredients. Pizzaly offers classic authentic Italian style pizzas with an international twist on German and Mexican styles, in addition to an Emirati pizza highlighting the country’s local flavours.
Appetizing Nutella, custard and fruit Pizzas are also on the dessert menu. Pizza lovers have also the option to let their creativity flow by designing their own pizza with ingredients and toppings of their choice. A healthy line of brown, vegan and gluten-free dough bases are also available to cater to all nutritional needs.
“Pizza is all about the ingredients and we want our customers to experience the best quality of taste their own way,” says co-founder Corrado Genovese.
Moreover, as the UAE has one of the highest smartphone penetration in the MENA region, Pizzaly strives to be part of the unique technologically-friendly and diverse society of Dubai, with a modern and high-tech approach on ordering and delivering pizza. It recently launched its official ordering platform – www.pizzaly.com – enabling customers to place their order directly on the website.
The restaurant currently offers delivery options to JVC and nearby Sports City, Motor City, Arabian Ranches, The Meadows, International Media Production Zone, Al Barsha 2, Al Barsha 3, TECOM, The Springs and The Greens. The Dubai Marina branch will be delivering around the neighbourhood, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, The Palm, Discovery Gardens, Dubai Media City, Knowledge Village, Dubai Internet City as well as to The Greens, TECOM, The Meadows and The Springs.
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