TASTY TREAT: Pizza Hut staff members Logan Grayson and Brodie Fox  with a freshly-made pizza at the new store in Warwick.
TASTY TREAT: Pizza Hut staff members Logan Grayson and Brodie Fox with a freshly-made pizza at the new store in Warwick. Elyse Wurm

Delicious national food franchise fires up the ovens

A HOT new dining option is fresh out of the oven in Warwick as the new Pizza Hut store opened its doors today.

Situated at the corner of Fitzroy and Albion Sts, the highly-anticipated opening has residents' mouths watering.

Manager Kate Arora said it was good to see the store up and running and the staff were happy to get started.

"We'll make sure each and every customer will be happy when they leave," she said.

"We want a good quality of food served in less time."

Miss Arora said the store had the full menu on offer, including stuffed crusts and traditional bases.

The team is looking forward to serving up delicious new options.

"The customers wanted a different pizza place in town," Miss Arora said.

Pizza Hut sits in the spot formerly occupied by Eagle Boys, which was bought by the franchise in 2016.

It employs 19 people in both full-time and casual roles.

Pizza Hut Australia CEO Chris Leslie said the team was adding customer- focused innovations.

"We are thrilled to be able to work with new franchisees at such an exciting time for Pizza Hut," Mr Leslie said.

The store is open 11am-10pm on Sunday to Thursday and 11am-11pm on Friday and Saturday.

Pizzas are available for pick-up or delivery, with online ordering coming this week.



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