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NEW RESTO ALERT: Giovanni's Bar & Ristorante

The Araneta Cubao area is fast becoming competitive when it comes to food choices so its no wonder that an authentic (yes, authentic) Italian bistro opened up recently at the Manhattan Parkway, the new condo right after the LRT station.

Giovanni's Bar & Ristorante is owned by Signore Giovanni who is married to a lovely Filipina. This is their newest baby.


The bistro takes pride in its brick oven that produces mouthwatering pizzas. Delizioso!



Signore Giovanni in action.



He also makes the dough himself and if you're a pizza-lover like me, you'll notice that the dough tasted different from other other pizza places in the metropolis. Pizzas costs between P200-P300, with a few exception like P450 for the Bufala (two thumbs up for this), P430 for the Stracchino and 1/2 Metro (1/2 meter pizza where you can combine three different toppings). Pasta and dessert are also offered as well as wine.




Giovanni's
G/F Manhattan Parkway Condo.,
Gen. Malvar Avenue
Araneta Center, Cubao
Quezon City
Tel- 332-1012

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