Tuesday, 22 November 2011

PIZZA GALLERY AD - 1984

I suppose students could have gone straight from their days stint at Kingsway Tech and popped down to the Pizza Gallery in Peter Street pend to take advantage of the discounts they had on offer.
I can remember visiting it a couple of times - a pretty decent place to dine - and it had a "Famous Artists" theme for you to view while waiting to be served.
The advert is dated 1984.

10 comments:

  1. I only remember when Pizza gallery was at the corner of Panmure St and Meadowside. They did an 'All you Can Eat' for a fiver or something. I think the pizzas were among the worst I've ever had, but yes, they were named after artists — The Cézanne, The Van Gogh, The Picasso etc. I couldn't manage more than two... maybe I was lucky

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  2. Loved the Lautrec pizza.The also had a special 1/2 pizza , baked tattie and coleslaw.Great smells from PG while walking down Peter Street.Did this building used to be the pet shop ?

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    1. garlic and sliced tomato

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  3. I remember being served lunch by local songstress Lorna Bannon. Pizza baked tattie and coleslaw was the most popular dish at the time.

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  4. Damn - Pizza Gallery was a regular mealtime haunt for me when I was a student in Dundee, partly because the food in halls was so bloody awful and later for the Wednesday special offer after training - buy one pizza and get as many to the same value as you could eat for free ( drinks extra! ) I think the best I ever managed at 6' 5'' was three and a half whilst watching a willowy blonde lassie eat seven in a row. She was a long distance runner and used to carbo loading!

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  5. I worked for pizza gallery along time ago in Edinburgh and Norfolk

    any one else out there

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    1. I also worked for them in Perth and Edinburgh

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  6. I worked for them in Bury St Edmunds..

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  7. I made lifelong friends working in Perth Pizza Gallery in the early 90s. Looking back it was child exploitation but at the time I was happy for my £1.30 an hour to spend in Athena and Razzle Dazzle. And the garlic bread was the best (extra garlic butter). Good times!

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  8. I worked in peter street pizza gallery from 1981. Best job and people ever.

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