The best way is to use your postcode in our Pizza Hut store finder, this will also tell you if you're in a delivery area. Click here to find your nearest Hut including phone number. If you don't know your postcode you can enter your town.
Most of our Restaurants don't offer a delivery service. Instead, we have specialised delivery stores which have been developed specifically to deliver Pizza Hut to your door. Our delivery zones are based on postcode and delivery journey time - we simply want to make sure we can deliver you a great pizza that's piping hot. If you can't get a delivery, take away services are available at every Hut.
We're constantly working on opening new stores, if you don't have one that delivers to you now keep a lookout for new stores opening near you, or click on our location finder to find your nearest store. All our Huts offer a take away service.
At Pizza Hut we pride ourselves on delivering great service to all our customers, including the disabled. The vast majority of our Restaurants, both old and new, meet the modern standards recommended within the UK for providing a service to persons with a disability.
Please use our store locator to find details on our facilities for customers with disabilities. In the event that the full range of facilities is not available, this website is able to provide information about alternative arrangements that are available at other Pizza Huts nearby. If you wish to clarify any aspect of the service available, please telephone the restaurant itself, where a member of our management will be happy to provide further advice for you
We thoroughly test all our food before we add them to the Pizza Hut menu; we want to make sure food quality and standards are always high. Sometimes a food's quality can be affected by the time it would take to deliver to you. Rather than disappoint you, we don't include those options on our Delivery menu.
We always aim to provide a good range of products suitable for vegetarians and these are clearly marked on our menus with a (V) symbol.
Dietary and allergy information can be found by visiting the nutritional information page. Alternatively, ask your waiter or waitress for more information in any of our restaurants.
Most of our dine in Restaurants have a buffet. Buffet is normally available from lunchtime until 3pm. Some Huts open for longer so it's a good idea to check. Buffet is not available at weekends or on Bank Holidays. For information about what is included in the lunchtime buffet please visit our buffet page
Typically, Happy Hour runs from 3-5pm, although as this varies by Restaurant, it's best to check with your local Hut.
Kids Eat Free is a promotion that we have at certain times in the year and in certain dine in Restaurants. It's always best to check the website.
Under 12s are considered to be eligible for kids' promotions at Pizza Hut.
All of the cheese supplied to our restaurants and delivery outlets is made in the UK. We work very closely with our suppliers to make sure all the dairy produce they source is from farms where good animal welfare practices are implemented.
In line with our focus on food quality we’re committed to ensuring the eggs used in all of our products will be from cage free sources by 2020.
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The terms and conditions will be clearly printed on the voucher, if you think your order should qualify and the voucher hasn't expired we'd suggest calling your local store, they should be able to help
Most vouchers can't be used with another offer or deal because we can't give two sets of discounts on the same meal. Please see the terms and conditions included on the voucher
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