Pizza Love: Peperoni Pizzeria

by - Saturday, September 17, 2016


Me and my sister were craving for prosciutto pizza a week ago, but wasn't able to go to any pizza place since I was not around for the weekend. My sister and I then decided to have it this Saturday.

We arrived the restaurant at around 11:30am. It was the perfect time of the day for photos since the place wasn't jammed yet and the lighting is awesome.






The servers opened the glass doors as they greeted us with smiles and led us to the couch. We sat down and checked their menu. The server then proceeded to inform us that we can have two flavors in one pizza for the large and XXL sizes. She also mentioned their bestsellers and left us to decide.

We ordered the calamari fritti, carbonara, half prosciutto di parma and half quattro formaggi large pizza and piña colada. Here are my thoughts on the dishes:

[caption id="attachment_387" align="alignnone" width="1728"]img_7066 Calamari Fritti P355[/caption]
This was a nice appetizer that the restaurant was able to bring out of the kitchen after a few minutes. The squid was soft and wasn't rubbery. I liked that it was easy to cut and chew. I also enjoyed dipping it in both the sauces.

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Carbonara P445

I loved this. Although it's not something really grand or different, I loved it because it was simply my type of carbonara. It was creamy, but not drowning in sauce. I also liked that the sauce was able to stick to the pasta. It was also well seasoned, though we loved showering it with parmesan cheese.

Prosciutto Crudo di Parma and Quattro Formaggi P565
The recommended flavors of the pizza were the prosciutto crudo di parma and the bacon miele. We first decided on having the prosciutto and the carbonara, so we thought that having the bacon miele as well will kill us! So we just went on to having the quattro formaggi for the other half of our pizza. I liked their pizza. The crust was thin and crisp and didn't taste burnt.

The prosciutto pizza had marinara sauce as the base topped with prosciutto and arugula. It was good, although I would've preferred it better with more prosciutto xD Also, my first piece of pizza had more marinara sauce in it that made it difficult for me to taste the prosciutto. The arugula was fine as well as it wasn't bitter.

The quattro formaggi was just okay. We were expecting it to be more salty (and cheesy). I was thinking of ordering the margherita at first, so I guess I should've gotten that instead. That could've had more flavor.

Ambiance is nice, no doubt about that! Notice also that their lightbulbs are attached to the wooden "peels" that chefs use to put the pizzas in the oven. It was a nice touch. I also can't get over their slogan "All We Knead is Love". It kinda supports all the pizza memes we have these days.

Service was also outstanding! Servers were quick and attentive. They also visited our table to ask us how the food was and even conversed with us a bit.

The dishes are quite pricey, given that the serving wasn't much. Our total bill reached around P1,600+ and there were just two of us (two ladies). No left overs, too! We finished everything we ordered. It wasn't easy, but we finished it anyway.

Overall, I have nothing to complain about this restaurant. Everything just made me happy. Will come back to try more!

My score:
Pricing – 3/5
Service – 5/5
Ambiance – 5/5
Taste – 4/5

Peperoni Pizzeria Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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