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Pizza Italia Menu Philippines With Price List
Indulge in their Buy 1 Get 1 offer on 12″ pizzas, featuring mouthwatering options like Hawaiian Supreme, Tre Formaggi (Three-Cheese Pizza), Meat Lover’s Overload, and Bacon Carbonara, starting from just ₱595. Craving a smaller bite? Opt for their Buy 1 Get 1 deal on 9″ pizzas, starting at ₱525. For those with a hearty appetite, explore their Double Deals, including Double Deal A (₱1,100), Double Deal B (₱1,450), and Double Deal C (₱1,355).
9” Pizza Napoletana
Their 9″ Meat Lover’s Overload, 9″ Tre Formaggi (Three-Cheese Pizza), 9″ Hawaiian Kalua Supreme, 9″ Cheesy Pepperoni, 9″ Quattro Formaggi (Four-Cheese Pizza), 9″ Spicy Italian Sausage, 9″ Cheesy Bacon Parmesan, and 9″ Sausage And Pepperoni Mushroom pizzas, all priced at just ₱325 each, are absolute must-tries! Indulge in a cheesy, flavorful experience that will leave your taste buds craving for more.
12” Pizza Napoletana (Thick Crust)
Their 12″ Meat Lover’s Supreme, loaded with savory toppings, is a must-try at just ₱495. Craving something cheesy? The 12″ Tre Formaggi and 12″ Quatro Formaggi, priced at ₱425 and ₱475 respectively, will satisfy your cheese cravings. For a taste of the tropics, the 12″ Hawaiian Kalua Supreme at ₱395 is a delightful choice. And if you’re a fan of pepperoni, don’t miss the 12″ Cheesy Pepperoni for ₱495. Spice it up with the 12″ Spicy Italian Sausage or indulge in the rich flavors of the 12″ Cheesy Bacon Parmesan for ₱495 and ₱525 respectively.
From classic choices like Bacon, Ham, and Ground Beef, each priced at ₱75, to delightful additions like Mozzarella, Cheddar Cheese (only ₱65), and even Parmesan for ₱75, your taste buds are in for a treat. And if you love veggies on your pizza, you can’t miss the White Onions, Bell Peppers, and Pineapples, each a steal at ₱30 or ₱50.
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Pizza Italia Opening & Closing Hours
|Monday||8:00 – 19:00|
|Tuesday||8:00 – 19:00|
|Wednesday||8:00 – 19:00|
|Thursday||8:00 – 19:00|
|Friday||8:00 – 19:00|
|Saturday||8:00 – 20:00|
|Sunday||8:00 – 20:00|
What is the most popular pizza in Italy?
When it comes to the beloved world of Italian pizza, nothing quite steals the show like the classic Margherita. This authentic masterpiece, adorned with either mozzarella fiordilatte or the richer mozzarella de bufala (which officially turns it into a Bufalina pizza), holds a special place in the hearts and taste buds of Italians. Without a doubt, the Margherita pizza reigns supreme as the nation’s all-time favorite, celebrating the pure essence of Italian pizza tradition.
What is a true Italian pizza?
Authentic Italian pizza is renowned for its distinct characteristics. It boasts an incredibly thin crust, featuring a sauce that leans towards a puree consistency rather than a slow-cooked one. Toppings, in the true Italian tradition, are kept delightfully minimal. If you’re a pizza enthusiast eager to savor the essence of this culinary masterpiece, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to serve up a delectable range of Italian classics alongside beloved American favorites for your palate’s pleasure.
Who created pizza?
The origins of pizza have long been a subject of passionate debate among culinary enthusiasts and history buffs. While some culinary historians attribute the creation of pizza to the talented baker Raffaele Esposito hailing from the Naples region of Italy in the late 1800s, there are those who argue that pizza’s history extends much further into the past. It’s a delicious mystery that continues to tantalize taste buds and ignite conversations about the beloved pie’s true creator.
What is the most traditional pizza?
The pinnacle of traditional pizza craftsmanship is found in the hallowed halls of pizzerias that craft just two classic varieties: the Marinara, adorned with tomatoes, garlic, oregano, and a drizzle of olive oil, and the Margherita, featuring tomato, mozzarella, fragrant basil leaves, and a dash of olive oil. These iconic pizzas embody the essence of Italian culinary tradition, and you can embark on your own pizza-making journey by joining our pizza masterclass to perfect this time-honored craft.
Why is Italy famous for pizza?
Italy’s renowned association with pizza stems from its historical roots in Naples during the 18th or possibly early 19th century. The term “pizza” itself made its debut in documented records as far back as AD 997 in Gaeta, Italy, and later gained recognition across various regions in Central and Southern Italy. Initially, pizza was primarily savored within Italy’s borders and among emigrants from the country. This rich history and cultural connection to pizza continue to make Italy an iconic destination for pizza enthusiasts worldwide.