Sunday, January 9, 2011

A few hours before 2011, Justin, his Dad and I went to Veranda at Robinsons Galleria to try one of the restaurants there. Veranda is located along Ortigas Deck Parking. We agreed to eat at Papa John’s Pizza.

Mommy and son hamming it up for the camera while waiting for our orders

We chose to stay outside Papa John’s because we were watching the crew of a nearby restaurant dancing to the delight of the diners. We were grooving to the music, too. We made a mental note to visit this place one of these days.

We ordered the following: Super Papa’s Pizza, Marinara and Seafood Carbonara.

Super Papa’s (small, 9 inches), Php300.00/$7.00

What we like most about this pizza is its soft and chewy dough. They also serve pepperoncini and garlic butter sauce on the side to enhance the flavor of pizza. I like my pizza with garlic butter sauce on top. Yummy!

Super Papa’s has pepperoni, Italian sausage, succulent chicken roll, freshly sliced mushrooms, onions, green peppers and black olives.

Marinara, Php (forgot to list down the price, sorry!)

My son loved this! In fact, this was all he ate. He left the pizza to his Dad and me. I like this, too, but I think the Seafood Pasta of Chef D’Angelo tastes so much better.

Marinara is spaghetti or penne served with shrimps, crabsticks, tuna, green peppers, and onions baked in special pizza sauce and topped with mozzarella cheese.

Seafood Carbonara, Php180.00/$4.00

This one’s too bland for our taste, but we ate all of it, nonetheless. We have to get our money’s worth. LOL!

Seafood Carbonara is spaghetti and penne served with shrimp and calamari served in carbonara sauce.

Our drinks

I think we were really hungry that time because we finished everything. LOL! So, are we coming back to order more from Papa John’s Pizza? We already did. Hubby bought a medium-sized Super Papa’s pizza last Tuesday.

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