Elle: at 1st look, you would think that the pizza crust was thick. However, it was just the edges that was thick and rounded. The crust itself was thin and crunchy and could hold up whatever was on top of it. It was not at all soggy even if it was drenched in cheese. It wa
s delicious, soft stringy cheese melted over thin and crunchy, freshly wood-fire baked crust.
Cody: Pizza crust a bit thick for my Italian pizza standard, it was freshly baked in a brick oven which adds a lot of character to the crust. The four cheese topping was delicious. No scrimping of cheese here. The Dolce Vita topping however which is said to be sausage was something else… it tasted sweet, like sausage from Pampanga. It didn’t really suited the pizza. The Chili oil; didn’t have enough spice in it, it lacks the kick I am more accustom to.
Elle: The serving size was adequate. The noodles really tasted like seafood and tomato stew. The calamari not at all gummy.
Cody: I was surprised by the large bowl it was served in. The serving size was indeed huge. The seafood was also a lot, except for the shrimp or prawns. But it was cooked really well, the flavour of the sea was indeed evident in the pasta. What I didn’t like here was the half a “alimasag” that didn’t taste fresh. So I didn’t eat it, I didn’t bother returning it anymore because of my hunger.