There isn't really much point coming to Pizza Hut in Paris. Save that for when you are home. However, if you must, it's just as great as anywhere in the world. The resturant in Chatelet is very popular, just next to the fountain.
Favorite Dish: I like anything hot and spicy, usually with beef, onions, tomatoes and peppers....
It is silly to recommend Pizza Hut, but there is a really good one on the same street by the Opera as the other restaurants that I recommended. It is a bit after the Hippo, on the same side of the street. Try the local way: put some of the semi-spicy oil that is sitting on your table on top of your pizza and enjoy.
After walking through the Pere-Lachaise Cemetery looking for Jim Morrison's grave. We worked up a appetite. This pizza hut hit the spot. It tasted just like the one here in Kentucky. They even had the same 2 for 1 deal.
I know, why go all the way to Paris and eat at Pizza Hut? It was our sixth day and we were ready for some American food.
Favorite Dish: Although they had a goat chease and smoked salmon pizza.
I went with the peperroni pizza.
Normally I wouldn't stop at a Pizza Hut in Paris but we were in a hurry and thought a lunch buffet would be quick. For about 10E per person they have an unlimited pizza and salad bar along with a really large drink, quite unusual for Paris. It's similar to Pizza Hut in the US, the toppings are a little different but it's basically the same stuff.
Hmm... if you are on the very low budget and you have very limited time in Paris to find anything cheap to eat you may be forced to eat in one of numerous fast food bars in Paris - NOT my recommendation but pizza in Pizza Hut I ate once there was quite good.
Favorite Dish: At my budget it was Pizza Margherita (1 large for 2 persons hehe) as I remember well in Pizza Hut.