The two best descriptions of the pizza on offer at Ali Baba's are “mixed” and “cheap”. The most expensive on the menu is just 38 RMB. However, in a few cases this proves to be something of a false economy. The Teriyaki and Mutton pizzas are just awful - the sauce is thin and the meat is grizzly. However, the Tandoori and Roast Chicken alternatives are decidedly passable, even if they are heavy on the cheese and light on any form of sauce – on a bad day it is more like eating grilled cheese than pizza. The pick of the bunch, though, is the Countryside pizza, which comes topped with peppers and tomatoes. At just 28 RMB, it is definitely a bargain and the balance of sauce, topping and crispy base is just right.