Domino's Fans Are Confused By This Fish & Chips Pizza

If pineapple on pizza wasn't controversial enough, Domino's decided to take it up a notch with Fish & Chips pizza. According to FoodBeast, not only is this pizza covered in fish and chips, it's also topped with entire slices of lemon.

The Fish & Chips pizza is only available at Domino's Japan, but just the mere image of the pie, now being shared across Twitter, has been enough to get both Italian and English customers hilariously overreacting over the slander against their country's cuisine. User @RyoYokoe1 went so far as to criticize Domino's for "its insensitivity towards the dream of pan-Europeanism and Anglo-Italian cooperation."

Sarcasm aside, the pizza has gained so much attention on social media that it even prompted Domino's Japan to release an official apology. "We are sorry our fish and chip pizza has caused so much trouble. We think it's quite delicious. If you are in Japan and would like to challenge, let us know. We may be able to work out a plan internally that we can offer to you for free!" the brand stated on Twitter.

This isn't the first time Domino's Japan has offered an unconventional pizza topping

Clearly Domino's Japan pushes tradition aside in favor of what customers want because the chain is known to experiment with all sorts of pizza toppings that are far more adventurous than just fish and chips. As HypeBeast reports, Domino's Japan also offers a sweet pizza topped with boba and mochi. 

The Fish & Chips pizza, on the other hand, at least features flavors that aren't technically unheard of when it comes to pizza, except for lemon slices. For example, pizza with anchovies is fairly common, white clam pizza is popular in Connecticut, and both options taste a lot fishier than the fried cod that's used for fish and chips (via Vice). Across pizzerias in Italy, you'll even find "Pizza Americana" topped with French fries and hot dogs (via Mel Magazine). Fish and chips pizza may not be conventional, but if you really break down the ingredients, it's hardly the worst thing to top a pizza with, and it seems to be keeping Domino's Japan customers pretty happy.