Thursday, March 5, 2009

Pizzeria Pronto

Who would have thought that there would be a good pizza place in SM Bicutan. Located in the topmost floor. This little Italian gem has been quietly making a name for itself. Though we don’t like the name. It took us a while to try this place because of the location. Was it worth it? Read on.

Fried mozzarella-

 Cody : I love the size of the mozzarella pieces, they are not the usual finger length pieces, their version is bite size which I like better, served with a pomodoro sauce, the crust was crispy and the cheese was gooey.

Elle: Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.  It looks more like a rectangular piece of ready made chicken nuggets.  The sauce compliments the appetizer. 


Garlic Shrimp Pasta –

Cody: Cooked in olive oil,  garlic, mushroom and black olives, this pasta dish was not drowning in any tomato or cream sauce. The main ingredients were shrimp and garlic and those flavors stand out in the dish. The pasta was cooked al dente…as it should be everytime in any restaurant that serves pasta.

Elle: Not really a fan of oil based pasta.  This version was a bit bland but nevertheless still a good eat.

Four Cheese Pizza, half with Italian sausage –

Cody: Combination of blue, cream, parmesan and mozzarella cheeses. On a thin chewy and crispy crust. Love the crust, love the sauce, love the cheeses… great combination, great pizza.

Elle: I agree to the last bite. A great pizza.  Cheesy but not oily…a rare find. 

Bad name, excellent food, they have a branch in SM Megamall named Gotti. We havent tried the place yet. Will definitely be back to try the other food here.


  1. Ah, great find. I was able to visit Pizzeria Pronto! last year in SM Bicutan and I must say that I was impressed with the dishes. Who would've thought that a nice Italian restaurant is just sitting inside an SM store. It's not impossible but unlikely. Glad to know that you've also enjoyed Pizzeria.

    Yeah, I'm not also fond of the name but hey, they serve great food and that's what really matters to me. Thanks for stopping by my weblog. Do swing by again. :-)

  2. nice post! We also have tried eating at Master Cook's in Dampa Macapagal Ave but in my own opinion, Trinity there cooks the seafoods better than in Master Cook's. We also tried Claire Dela Fuente's resto too. Thanks for swinging into my blog. You really have to try Dusit Thani's Family Sunday Buffet! =)