This national chain is a household name, thanks to its deep-dish and stuffed-crust pies.. In Short Kid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the counter--whether customers choose to stay or go--and pies are baked per request. Pizzas--from the hand-tossed to the twisted crust--dominate the menu, but the restaurant also offers chicken wings, salads and cinnamon bread sticks.
I ordered a Spagetti and meatsauce to go. After 15 minutes, a guy brought out two containers, and handed them to me. NO BAG. That should have raised a red flag. I went to my office to eat. Of course, no fork or knife, no napkin...nothing!! After I opened the container, it really did not matter. The spagetti was actually CRISPY!!!!! Hard as a brick! The bread was cold and hard. I simply thru it all away. Not worth driving back to the place to complain.
This was my second and last trip to this Pizza Hut. The first time we ate in and when they had food on the buffet, it was not good.