Pizza Hut Just Launched A Four’N Twenty Meat Pie Pizza

Pizza Hut Just Launched A Four’N Twenty Meat Pie Pizza

“Aussie, Aussie, Aussie!” Or possibly “bleugh!” Pizza Hut has just launched a new pizza and meat pie combo, complete with tomato sauce. We’re not sure how to feel about this.

The Four’N Twenty Stuffed Crust Pizza does exactly what it says on the tin: much like last year’s /”Cheeseburger Crust” pizza, it combines two popular fast foods into one tasty abomination. Here’s the spiel from Pizza Hut:

Australia’s newest and tastiest lovechild has arrived following a secret and steamy relationship between Pizza Hut and Four’N Twenty that has created the Four’N Twenty Stuffed Crust Pizza. The exciting new arrival brings two all-time Aussie favourites – meat pies and pizza – finally together with eight delicious bite-sized Four’N Twenty meat pies nestled into the crust of your favourite Pizza Hut pizza.

As you can see from the above photo, each miniature pie comes with an obligatory splash of tomato sauce. We feel that Pizza Hut has crossed a line here. We’re not entirely sure what this line represents — it could be a new age of enlightenment or the end of civilisation as we know it. We’ll be taste-testing this bad boy next week. In the meantime, let us know what you think in the comments.


  • Perhaps this is a ploy to get pizza cutters to make more evenly sized slices.

    • Worked for Pizzacapers for a while, used to do the cutting. I still cant figure out why people cannot get it right? I never used to have an issue myself. Always made sure the lines were as even as I could get them. But damn if they other night we didnt end up with a pizza with a tiny tiny piece on one side and a GIIIIIIIIIIIIANT piece on the other.

      • It’s not too annoying if they get the first two slices right, That way the big and small are both part of the same quarter. But I’ve seen some truly bizarre cuts, like they are having a competition to see if somebody will complain.

        I won’t complain if I have to wait an extra 30s for them to cut it properly. Now that I order pizza super rarely (stupid metabolism, you used to be cool!) it’ll be a long time before I actually try adding a special instruction.

        “Please take a little extra time and try to cut the Pizza as evenly as possible.”

        It’s not like there is a guarantee that it’s 30 mins or free.

        • Wouldn’t be an issue if you were the only one ordering that night, however on a busy night 30 seconds is a lot of time. Although I agree when 1 slice is three times larger then another slice it’s ridiculous, some variation amongst pizza slices should be expected I think.

        • “It’s not like there is a guarantee that it’s 30 mins or free.”

          Actually one of the vendors (Dominos I think) now has an option to pay an extra $2 or so and if it isn’t in within 20 minutes it IS actually free.

          I don’t really see the point of the option unless you’re expecting to have to catch a plane or something. Paying somebody to be sloppy in making a pizza seems wrong.

    • I got that one when it was out, and was pretty dissapointed that it had peas on it. I dont dislike peas, but… wasn’t looking for them either if you know what I mean

    • That was amazing! No one I knows has a recollection of this pizza, but it was delicious, peas and all.

  • So, I was on board with the cookie pizza (which was fabulous). This one, not so much.

  • I’ve long considered Pizza Hut pizzas inferior to Dominos, but this could be the thing which makes me try them again for the first time in years.

    • Pizza is regional, if you have the Pizza Hut staffed by idiots you’ll get crap pizza. That being said Pizza Hut seems consistently worse unless Dominos have some truly bad staff.

  • Well I know what I will be eating on Saturday. If you need me all day Sunday I will be in the bathroom with a whole lot of regret.

  • I’d like to see the taste test on this one. I recon it would come out pretty awful.

  • At first I was like “YES!!” then I was like “Maybe” then it sorta turned into a “eh, if I remember it exists next time I’m hungry and looking for some cheesy gimmick.

  • I don’t think that pastry is compatible, and look at the size of the crust on the thing.

    Who has ever wanted more Pizza Crust? Remember it’s not full of Cheese.*

    * Cheesy Crust Pizzas I actually consider to have less Crust due to the fact it’s filled with Cheese.

  • I think I might just throw up at the thought of this monstrosity … who the hell decides this would be a good idea?

  • This is NOT a “Meat Pie Pizza”. This will end up a “Meat Pie” AND “a tiny Pizza”.

    If you want a “Meat Pie Pizza”:
    – Pizza Base
    – Gravy (as the sauce)
    – Steak and Mince
    – Whatever else comes in/on your favourite pie eg Mushrooms/Pepper/Bacon/Cheese/Mushy Peas…

  • I used to work at Pizza Hut and used to cut pizzas.. I know exactly what you mean, weresmurf.. the other cutter must have just been cross-eyed or something.. His justification was always “maybe some people want a small piece”.. dude.. just admit it: You can’t cut.

  • Can’t wait to try this…

    A friend of mine like to try these stupidly outrageous pizzas with stupidly expensive beers.

    We ate the hot-dog one with a Cantillon Gueuze ($30+ for a 750mL), you have to live a little I say.

  • In the future, peddling this kind of hybrid frankenfood will be as illegal as drug dealing. I had a friend who used to make hybrid food – Spaghetti Bolognese crammed with cheap, fatty meat and other disorder-inducing additives. Hiding in each person’s spaghetti was a chop.
    A goddam chop!
    He’s dead now. Died of a heart attack age 41.
    He would have liked the meat-pie-pizza.
    (It would be a good prop in the Human Centipede film franchise.)

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