I have read that when Sicilians and Neapolitans immigrated to America, they found tomatoes and cheese to be much more plentiful and inexpensive than in the old country. They reacted by loading lots of those ingredients on their pizzas and pastas. They created a distinctively Italian-American cuisine. That is what I grew up on, and what I like. I cannot find it in the South Pacific. Even American-based chains in Australia have really weak sauce and the wrong kinds of cheese on their pizza. Pizza Capers makes the only consistently good pizzas that I have found in five South Pacific countries. They are a little sparing with the sauce, but it is good quality sauce covered with excellent toppings. The Pizza Capers store in Jindalee gave me excellent takeaway service and the quality of pizza I have come to expect from this chain.