In what's been dubbed "the world's first pho pizza", you will find a tomato sauce base infused with pho broth, with toppings including red onion, mint leaves, lime wedges, spring onion, and thinly-sliced beef.
You can also top it with sriracha.
The invention, from Stretched Pizza, seems to have sparked outrage from both Vietnamese and Italian foodies.
"Pizza with ketchup… one day you will pay for your sins! All of you…" said Giovanni on Facebook, following up the warning with an Italian flag and a not-so-surreptitious grinning emoji.
Kim was done with everything upon seeing this fusion. "I am Vietnamese and please, Pho is our traditional food, don't change it to the way people cannot taste its real flavour. Sorry but I would never give any reaction (even angry) for this post."
Stephanie had a bone to pick with a particular much-maligned age group, for reasons unknown, "Millennials ruin everything with their modern takes on classics and fusions of everything."
Others were cautiously optimistic.
"Admit it everyone you would so try it if you saw it at your local pizza shop's menu just to see how it tastes. You never know til you try it don't knock til you try it. Yes this is not pho & they shouldn't call it that but whatever the tastes might be good," reasoned Jennifer.
We're not sure if we would call it Pho pizza, but pho-real, we would try it!
Sydney-based Hannah Oakshott is a tea-obsessed pop culture enthusiast who can usually be found showing people pictures of her two miniature schnauzers or baking sweet, lemony food. Hannah is on Instagram @hannah.mareeee