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CEBU: Pizzeria Michelangelo

I've heard from my friend that Pizzeria Michelangelo is also owned by the Lhuilliers which also own Michel's Deli + Cafe, among other restaurants. This one though is located just outside Shangri-La in Mactan. The pizzeria has an al fresco area which also has a view of the brick oven. You can see the chef making pizza.


Inside, there's also some wine selections if you feel like having a glass of white or red with your meal. The price ranges from P300 to thousands.


The staff are also polite and helpful especially for first time diners like us.


Here's what we ordered. Garden Salad. The veggies are surprisingly crisp. The serving is good for sharing also. There's four of us who enjoyed everything.


Carbonara. Tastes okay. I mean, I'm not fond of white sauces at the moment. Serving is good for sharing also.


Frittata. This is quite good and filling. It has potatoes so you can actually skip the pasta if you eat this.


Margherita Pizza. Now this is what I'm excited about. I love anything pizza! Thumbs up. Generous cheese. You can also add some more parmesan cheese if you like. Its also not oily since its brick-oven baked.



Price is reasonable also. Our orders totaled up to P1k+ only.



Pizzeria Michelangelo
(in front of Shangri-La Mactan)
Mactan, Cebu City



the kitchen goddess

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