Rebel Pizza’s staff is ready to toss your creation into a fire oven. (Joshua Watkins/Black Press)

Rebel Pizza has landed in Abbotsford

New pizza restaurant allows users to customize the toppings on their pizza

Abbotsford pizza lovers have a new destination to sink their teeth into.

Rebel Pizza has recently opened inside the University of the Fraser Valley’s Student Union Society building.

According to the establishment’s website, Rebel Pizza is an assembly line pizza concept that emphasizes customization and creativity.

The restaurant has over 30 different toppings to choose from to place on a custom 11 inch pizza. That concoction is then quick fired in an oven and ready to consume in about five minutes.

For those feeling lazy or uninspired, there are several Rebel signature pizzas. There are also gluten friendly and vegan choices available.

The establishment also offers salads, breadsticks and calzones.

Rebel Pizza originated in the Winnipeg area and this is the first of its kind in British Columbia.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Abbotsford Senior’s Marin Lenz signs with Calgary Dinos

3A provincial basketball most valuable player commits to Calgary school for the fall

Abbotsford looks to hold in-person public hearings, with audience size limited

Restricting attendance in 350-seat hall will allow two-metre distance to be maintained, mayor says

Central Abbotsford apartment to proceed to a public hearing – eventually

Six-storey apartment building would have extensive rooftop recreation area

Total Makeover Challenge moves to voting for Top 5 finalists

Online voting for Abbotsford challengers runs April 9 to 14

VIDEO: Abbotsford’s Sandy Hill Elementary hosts car parade for students

Local school lets students know how much they miss them as COVID-19 delays classes

Canadians awake to extra COVID-19 emergency benefit money, fear it’s a mistake

The CRA and federal officials are working to clarify the confusion around payments

Easter Bunny added to B.C.’s list of essential workers

Premier John Horgan authorizes bunny to spread “eggs-ellent cheer” throughout province

COVID-19 self-isolation plan or quarantine, returning B.C. residents told

Premier John Horgan says forms must be filled out by travellers

More than 400 animals have been adopted amid pandemic: B.C. SPCA

People are taking this time of social distancing to find a loyal companion through the animal welfare group

B.C. secures motel, hotel rooms for COVID-19 shelter space

Community centres, rooms reserved for pandemic self-isolation

Sanders drops 2020 bid, leaving Biden as likely nominee

Sanders plans to talk to his supporters later Wednesday

B.C. faith leaders, Horgan discuss need for virtual religious ceremonies

Leaders were open to providing other ways to celebrate during the pandemic

Emergency COVID-19 funding now available for children with special needs

Funding to be used to help support families through uncertain times of pandemic

Most Read