What's your favorite Pizza (Philippines)?

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  1. Marco

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    There´s a pizza house in bagio not so far fra the church, can´t remember the name. But they have so good pizza there. :D
     
  2. rosea

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    I love the meaty pizzas in general.
    Napoli/ A Veneto
    Cibo
    Yellow Cab
    Amici di Don Bosco (plus their pasta and gelato, too)

    I love Bellini's but more for their pastas and roast chicken over the pizza. :)
     
  3. pennylane

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    i love pizza!!!
    my choices: yellow cab, sbarro, pizza hut (mainly for their crust), sbarro, amici, cibo and pizza ricco ni baguio city.
     
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    Didi's Pizza - Angeles city
     
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    Segafredo's Napolitana
    Alchemy's Seafood Pizza
    Brooklyn Pizza Delivery

    There's a stall in Salcedo Market that sells personal size pizza, cooked on earthen oven - panalo!
     
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    Pizza pizza!
    Shakey's - thin garlic and cheese with extra cheese and anchovies.
    Yellow Cab, Brooklyn, Amici di Don Bosco :cool:
     
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    I have to add a very satisfying pizza experience, about 4 times, actually, over at Maginhawa St., Teacher's Village: BMK Pizza. I haven't been back there in months, though, and I really hope they're still around.

    Freshly baked, quality ingredients (blue cheese in pizza, among others). BMK looks like your neighborhood inuman, complete with loud music and street scene, so it comes out pricey (they ARE a bit pricey), but really was worth those trips. Also served good pasta.

    Another is Angeles City, Pampanga's Armando's famed Pinoy Pizza (with red eggs) which is still served, although I was told that the place has changed ownership. I couldn't ask them to take out the meat in the Pinoy Pizza last year, though. The place is still a must-try (check out the old pictures inside!). I'll make sure to try C and Didi's when I get the chance to go to Pampanga :)
    So, it is Amici di Don Bosco.
    Most welcome, elaineB!
    Hi hannibal,
    Are you strict vegan (e.g. no cheese, onions, garlic)? If you still take cheese (and onions, garlic), A Veneto (and it's sister, Napoli's, both of which have been mentioned in posts) are actually affordable considering their servings, and can be requested to take some items out of their vegetarian pizza. In the case of A Veneto, where the owner is most likely present, he could accommodate certain requests as this.
    At Bellini's is the same, although the prices are a bit higher. Next up in the rung is A Taste of L.A. Of course, these are Q.C. places, and if you're from other parts of the Metro, you could try to pay any of these a visit :)
    I hope Amici di Don Bosco can accommodate special requests for pizzas.

    @wari_aktiv,
    now that's a really cute avatar! ;)
     
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    yellow cab nyf + cheese
     
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    Just tried the pizza over at Chelsea's in Serendra and really enjoyed it. I don't know if anyone remembers the Pizza a'la creme in Cable Car but it was really nice. Went back but it tastes different already. Favorites are still Shakey's Pepperoni Crunch and SBarro's White Chease Pizza
     
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    my favorites, in no particular order:

    taco pizza of d' marks
    thin crust pepperoni pizza of shakey's
    the combo variety of brooklyn pizza

    are you referring to palisada beside the baguio cathedral?

    so do i. or any food cooked with pineapples for that matter.

    you should try the margherita (did i spell that right) at amici di don bosco. great stuff! mura pa.
     
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    Margherita at A Veneto, 5-Cheese & French Duck w/ Chorizo at Chelsea. I miss the King Arthur's Supreme of Round Table Pizza.
     
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    Brooklyn pizza and Amichi. :)
     
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    Shakey's Thin Crust Cheese Pizza!!!!
     
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    Yellow Cab - Cheese Pizza with additional toppings of bacon, pepperoni and mushrooms.

    CPK - my favorite is their best-selling Original BBQ Chicken pizza

    Pizza Hut - Bacon Cheeseburger with none of that stuffed crust thing.
     
  16. jeys

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    yellow cab! mmmmmmhhmmm...

    actually I'd go for any kind of pizza

    i just love em

    *sigh*

    i've been wanting to eat pizza for a few weeks now.

    I..
    NEED...
    PIZZA!
     
  17. wari_aktiv

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    I just noticed, wala na bang Little Ceasars?

    I remember they opened alot of branches in Manila before, pero parang it faded away.

    Sayang, they had decent square pizzas then. (that came in twos, so it was useful if you had a lot of people over; or was REALLY hungry.) :)

    @kaffee: I think this is really more me... :)
     
  18. essay

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    why is no one mentioning 3M pizza? :)

    After reading this thread this morning, I craved for pizza. I went to kulinarya and ordered their white cheeze (with mushroom) and veggie pizza! Oh, so goooood!

    I want to try Sicillian pizza (where is this by the way? Or did i miss it in earlier posts?)

    I have heard so much about Amici. I would like to try it one of these days. I am a QC boy that's why. (I heard that Amici was already bought by the former owner of Red Ribbon?)
     
  19. xkg

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    Oooh, a childhood flashback right there. I have this very vague memory that they had a branch in cubao, perhaps where fiesta carnival was.

    Huwat? Is that true? I like Amici's pasta/pizza/gelato/lahat na yata. What will happen if it's bought and run by someone else?

    My favorite "cheap" pizza treat is actually Greenwich's mozzarella and garlic, although it's mostly mozza and hardly a taste of garlic. I suspect this is not a popular choice since a lot of their branches don't usually have it available. Also, they took out the potato wedges from their menu.
     
  20. insane_kiddo

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    I agree! There's one in Tagaytay. :D

    I also love #4 Cheese from Yellow Cab!
     

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