Pinsanity brings authentic Roman pinsa to Dubai

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Pinsanity brings authentic Roman pinsa to Dubai

A few centuries ago, some Romans thought “let’s take some wheat and other yummy stuff, mix it into a dough, really stretch it out and see if it’s good enough!”

Who knew our ancestors were onto something that would echo through the ages and land in modern times as a tasty (and cheesy) treat?

Pinsa was created before the invention of pizza in ancient Rome, using a mix of cereals. Now, you can taste what the Romans used to in Dubai thanks to Pinsanity.

Using a mix of flours and a high water-content, pinsa is low in calories, extremely light and, of course, very tasty – perfect for avoiding a food coma.

The dough is stretched out into an oval shape, unlike its round cousin a.k.a pizza.

At Pinsanity, foodies can expect their slices to be baked with a fluffy cloud of dough, head straight inside wood-fired ovens to create a satisfying crunch on the outside.

Best part? The pinsa remains completely soft on the inside. Throw in Pinsanity’s signature premium Italian ingredients from the great “boot of Europe”, and you have yourself a cheesy feed waiting to be gobbled up.

In the mood for an authentic Roman pinsa? Pinsanity is available to order through all your favourite food apps including Deliveroo, Zomato, Talabat and Uber Eats.

In fact, pinsa-cravers can order directly from Pinsanity's social pages on both Instagram and Facebook by heading to @tastepinsanity.

Even better, the first three orders you make via social will give you a 30 percent discount. Bargain.

Go on and give it a try – you may go crazy over it…

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