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Pizza Hut Introduces Iconic Philly Cheesesteak Pan Pizza

Did you know that Pizza Hut has been in the Philippines for more than three decades already? 

Pizza Hut Philippines opened its doors to the Philippines in 1984 and since then, it continuously serve and offers new and exciting flavors to its diners. Today, it will add another iconic flavor to its menu- the Philly Cheesesteak Pan Pizza.


Philly Cheesesteak is a pizza-lovers dream. Think warm melted mozzarella and cheddar cheese with tender slices of beef, caramelized onions, and other herbs and spices. So delish!


The Philly Cheesesteak Pan Pizza is priced at P155 for personal size, P359 for regular size, and P549 for large size. This will be available in all of Pizza Hut's branches (including delivery) starting today, June 15, 2021. There are also promo offers that comes with Philly Cheesesteak Pan Pizza.




The Philly Cheesesteak Pan Pizza and promo feast are available for delivery, dine-in, and take-out.


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