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Ordering Pizza at Pizza Hut Online is Easy as 1-2-3

Pizza Hut, the country's beloved pizza haven makes ordering online such a breeze that you can even do it while doing something else.

"We have always been known as the pioneer and expert in food delivery in the Philippines, and this is borne out of our commitment to bring the freshest and hottest Pizza Hut pizza and signature dishes as fast as possible to our customers," shares Pizza Hut Philippines Marketing Head Lorent Adrias. "But technology and our fast-paced lifestyles are changing the way diners now perceive convenience when it comes to ordering our food, and so we thought to introduce a better, more interactive website which takes ordering food online to a new level."



Pizza Hut also offers new and mouthwatering variants --- Italian Bacon Margherita, Greek Beef Gyro, Mexican Dynamite, and Singaporean Laksa (see photos below).

Italian Bacon Margherita 

Mexican Dynamite 

Singaporean Laksa

So here's how you order:

Register if you are a new client or Log-In if you have an existing account already. 


Choose what you want to order ... I had the Italian Bacon Margherita and Cheese Lovers, I added a bottle of Pepsi. And because I'm a new (online) subscriber, I get a free Regular Hawaiian Supreme since my total bill is more than P500. Yey !!!



Online payment is now also possible. You can use your credit card for that hassle free pizza delivery experience.


Yey !!! Got two family-sized pizzas plus my free regular pizza. There's no such thing as a pizza overload. ;)


The "kuya" pizza delivery guy will open your box (just in case the wrong pizza was delivered).


Sign the delivery receipt, and you're all set to have a Pizza Hut pizza party.


Pizza Hut Philippines' website now has an easy-to-use, minimalist interface that looks great and works well on desktops, laptops, mobile phones and tablets. Its arrangement of menu items by page, large images, brightly-colored selection buttons and resizable fields and fonts all make it easier to navigate on different screen sizes across devices. This makes ordering a breeze whether you're in the comfort of your home, in the privacy of your office, or even while you're stuck in traffic.


the kitchen goddess


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