Have you ever eaten one in the UK that you felt was good value for money? I don't eat pizza often as I've found it to be vastly overated as a meal in the UK, but on holiday, in places where they know how to cook it, it's not a bad choice for an affordable meal. My favourite has always been a seafood calzone, but I've never found a restaurant in the UK that offers it. I picked up a pizza in Tesco today. The box it was in hid most of it, but the label on the box said it was a top of the range one. When I opened it, I tried to imagine how many of the ingredients they'd remove to make it a bottom of the range one. It cost £3.25, but I reckon could have made it in bulk for less than 50p as a shop client. Probably 25p as a retailer. A month ago I attended a course for the company I work for who allow a £20 meal cost. We went as a group to Pizza Express where I discovered that a pizza and a pint of beer took us over the expenses limit, thanks to the service charge. I've dined on steak that cost much less and haven't been ripped off by the company's service charge racket in which the waiters don't get a penny. Wild horses wont get me to eat in Pizza Express again, but downmarket, neither will a supermarket ever entice me to buy one of their pizzas again. Am I alone in thinking this sorry excuse of a meal is being exploited by the rip off merchants? Why do you imagine people tolerate it?