Israel has a complicated relationship with the American fast food chains that began to sprout across the country in the 1990s – some, like McDonald's, became firmly entrenched across the country, while others, like Kentucky Fried Chicken, barely hold on to a few locations in big cities. Pizza Hut is somewhere in the middle; faced with stiff competition from both the established Israeli pizza industry and somewhat more successful foreign competitor Domino's, Pizza Huts are not exactly rare, but they certainly haven't achieved any significant market penetration.
This may be because Pizza Hut really doesn't serve such great pizza. But if you have a hankering for pizza and you find yourself in the Malcha Mall or the Hebrew University Botanical Gardens, Pizza Hut is there, offering kosher pizzas and a generous selection of pasta dishes. Exciting it's not, but for mid-shopping refueling, or dining out with picky children, it should fit the bill just fine.
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