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12-Day Freedom Project by Galileo Enoteca

On June 12, The Philippines will celebrate its Independence Day. And because it is a Special Day, Galileo Enoteca Deli makes it more special for us- diners, by offering The Freedom Project from June 1- 12.




And why is it special?

Galileo Enoteca Deli will give the diners 12 days "to make your own pizza" by choosing from more than twenty toppings. Wow !!!

Here's what you do:

1. Choose the sauce --- marinara sauce, pesto sauce, bolognese sauce, white sauce, 4-cheese sauce, porcini mushroom sauce

2. Choose the cheese --- quattro formaggi, mozzarella, smoked cheese, provolone, gorgonzola, parmesan cheese, blue cheese, feta cheese

3.  Veggie Toppings --- basil, black olives, minced garlic, pineapple, green peppers, mushrooms, onion rings, tomatoes, artichokes, eggplant, french fries, lettuce, arugula, jalapenos, pickles

4. Non-Veggie Toppings --- shrimps, anchovies, tuna, salami milano, prosciutto, mortadella, italian sausage, pepperoni, chorizo, bacon, meatballs, cooked ham, ground beef, hungarian sausage, spanish sardines

You can also add oil --- chili olive oil, truffle oil, or garlic olive oil

And its only P500 for 5 toppings (including sauce and cheese). For extra 2 toppings, you only add P100

So visit Galileo Enoteca now until June 12, to have your fill of yummy pizzas. Maybe you can request the Chef if you can also toss the dough yourself! ;)


Galileo Enoteca
80 Calbayog St.,
Mandaluyong City
Tel - 532.0482

Galileo Enoteca
Eastwood City Walk
Tel - 0922.8328071

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