This pizzeria has a canteen feel of Amici de Don Bosco, the pizzas are wood fire oven cooked, and owned by an Italian. Finally, another authentic Italian pizzeria in town and it boasts of perfect pizzas in only 5 minutes because they use a high heat imported Italian oven. There is no such thing as crunchy thin crust, or thick crust for Italian pizzas — so expect a soft, chewy and thin crust pizza. The pizzas are great and remind me of Amici de Don Bosco pizza. I noticed that there are only a few burned portions and this is a good indication of how well they cooked the pizza.
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It resembles a canteen / fast food ambiance. Food are served quickly as their pasta (or the one we ordered) is displayed at their counter as seen at the far left of the photo. A turn off since it is not cooked as ordered.
Cannelloni Agli Spinachi (P160+)
Baked Cannelloni stuffed with spinach and cheese topped with bechamel and parmesan cheese.
This is quite unique order for me because we usually order the one with noodles. I love the spinach and cheese inside the cannelloni. Just looked at the cannelloni photo and it screams ” eat me “.
Fettucini Panna e Prosciutto (P170+) Stuffed Pasta with ham, cream and parmesan cheese
Nothing special. Tasted ordinary and easy to make. Quite pricey for its servings but I think this is the going rate of the food nowadays especially places like Makati.
Al 4 Formaggi (P270+) Tomato, Mozzarella, Tallegio, Parmesan, Brie, Others
We first ordered this 4 cheese pizza and it was gone in a minute. This pizza did not feel heavy and the taste of the cheese is complimented by the soft dough. Of course, best eaten when it is still hot from the oven.