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Chef Arnold's Incredible Pizza

I've noticed a new pizza place along N.Domingo in San Juan a few months back but I didn't realize how good the pizza tasted until OpenricePH invited me and some openricers to join the fun last Wednesday night.

Wild Wild Mushroom Pizza. This is the best! I love the taste of the different mushrooms plus the fact that the crust is freshly made. It would've been nicer if they used mozzarella cheese but then, the price would be higher. As it is, a 12-inch costs P170 only. Imagine that.



The pizza place is not the usual A/C type of place. In fact, the tables are outside the sidewalk of a very busy street. But not to worry, the store will be ready to deliver pizzas soon. As for now, you can just call the store and have your pizza made and then you can just pick it up, piping-hot from the oven.


Hawaiian Pizza. An all-time favorite. Need I say more?


Pasta Bolognese. OMG. Another winner here. Costs P80. The pasta was al dente (thumbs up) and the sauce, wow. Super yummy. I highly recommend you order this at Chef Arnold's.



Chef Arnold's
N. Domingo Street,
San Juan.
(near Savory)
Tel- 775.9132




Comments

  1. Wow, looks yummy and at an amazing price. I wish though that we have those here at the south of Metro.

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  2. Yes, definitely yummy. Maybe you should visit San Juan soon. Let's sked a food-date if you like :)

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