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NEW RESTO ALERT: Mad For Pizza

The concept at Mad For Pizza is quite interesting --- your creativity will be challenge while you try to create what's the best pizza for you (dough, sauce, toppings).

Barely 3 months old, this pizza place is getting a lot of mileage already from foodies of all ages.



Conveniently located at the 2nd floor of Il Terrazo, the pizza place is quite cozy and also a great place to hang-out with the family or friends. Not to mention that every one will enjoy creating their own pizzas.


Here are the list of choices for your pizza. However, you need to go to the pizza bar itself so that you can point out to the staff what you like. Let your imagination run wild with the topping/sauce combinations. And yes, you can pile everything up on your dough if it fits your fancy. ;)


I was feeling healthy ... errrrr... rather full already (we had appetizers, salad, buffalo wings, pasta prior to the pizza) so I created this pizza ---- I chose spinach dough, white sauce, zucchinis, black olives, wansoy, basil, oregano, clams, squid, three different cheese (parmesan, cream cheese, cheddar).


And here's my pizza creation ----- bon appetit!




Mad For Pizza
2L Il Terazzo
Tomas Morato,
Quezon City

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