[Explanation] What kind of sparks do you experience when a spicy, delicious hot pot chain is combined with a mellow pizza? Put spicy beef, stomach, chicken gizzards, rabbit waist and other ingredients into the tumbling hot pot red oil, then drain the ingredients and put on the pizza, sprinkle with dried chili, garlic and cheese and put in the oven for five minutes.... This is a \"string of pizzas\" made by Israeli chef Avi Bazlai,33, who blends into a string of flavors.
Recently, reporters came to the western restaurant in Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province to learn about the \"Sichuan flavor\" complex of the Israeli chef. Avi Basil told reporters that he had been a cook for 15 years and had worked in France, Australia, Canada, Germany and other countries. In 2012, he came to china and chengdu, where he stayed.
[Over the same period ](Israeli chef Avi Barzle) Sometimes I don't think I decided to stay here, but instead Chengdu chose to let me stay here, bringing Israeli culture here and foreign cuisine to Chengdu. That's why I didn't choose Shanghai, Beijing, because there's already a lot of foreign food there. Because the people here are good and have a lot of food, I also want to bring them some food. That's why I want to make \"string pizzas,\" which is to blend different food cultures.
[Explanation] In 2014, Avi Bazle met Ren Qing, a woman in Xi'an, and then they married and started a family. In 2018, they opened a western restaurant in Chengdu that served Israeli food in addition to pizza.
[At the same time ](Ren Qing, the wife of Avi Barzle) Now that many guests are here, he'll order a very traditional Israeli dish, and he's not eating pizza, and that's what he's running for. Therefore, we feel that Chengdu is really a very diverse city, and also quite tolerant, willing to accept fresh things and food.
[Explanations] Avi Barzley, though a foreigner, is particularly fond of spicy food and can eat spicy food, even eating strings three to four times a week with his wife, and the idea of \"string pizza\" comes when eating strings.
[Same time ][ Israeli chef Avi Barzle] One night I thought to myself, why can't we combine pizza with strings, and then we tried, and the results were very good. I like the fusion of culture, when the western culture meets the eastern culture, the two cultures are combined together. (Two flavors) In harmony, it tastes good, because it has cheese, it's not particularly spicy.
[Explanation] For the future, Avi Barzle says he and his wife plan to open a new store that sells \"string pizza\" that allows customers to select ingredients like a string before serving them.