How many plates can you finish when a great deal called PASTA ALL YOU CAN, ALL DAY, EVERYDAY is offered only at PhP 150?
We’ve been wanting to try this great deal for the loooongest time but it’s only yesterday when the stars and the heavenly planets conspired that we found time.
My wife, Tina, our 5-year-old son, Gabby and I trooped to JOEY PEPPERONI PIZZERIA at their branch in Fort Bonifacio, just in the corner of Mckinely Avenue, Taguig City and had our late lunch. It was our first to sample their pizza and pasta and gladly, we’re not disappointed.
CLASSIC CAESAR SALAD, PhP 110 +. Crisp romaine lettuce, bacon bits, crunchy croutons served with Caesar dressing.
Ever since Gabby had his first taste of this pizza a few months back from another Italian restaurant, it has become one of his staples whenever dining out. We’re proud that our son has developed his own preference to food and at an early age, he knows his palate very well. Tina and I can’t complain about his choice of flavor; this one’s simple yet deliciously fulfilling.
QUATTRO FORMAGGI (Four Cheeses) 8″ pizza, PhP 165 +, also available at 12″ at PhP 335+. This thin crust pizza has no toppings but parmesan, fontina, mozzarella and ricota. Sarap!
The pasta dishes included in the promo are…PESTO (original price PhP 145 +). Made of basil, cashew nuts and parmesan cheese in olive oil. Pesto tops my list of favorites of all pasta dishes. Joey Pepperoni’s may not be the best pesto I’ve tasted but it’s not bad either. I like it.
CARBONARA (original price PhP 155 +). Pepper cream sauce and bacon bits in spaghetti. Joey Pepperoni Pizzeria’s version of this usual pasta got my wife’s vote, considering her discriminating taste. It’s best eaten immediately after served so as to avoid the pasta being dried as it can absorbs the creamy sauce in a few minutes.
BOLOGNESE (orginal price at PhP 175+). Classic meat sauce. It isn’t as good as the other two but then again, perhaps it’s just me.
FYI, Joey Pepperoni’s PASTA ALL YOU CAN promo has those three dishes in big servings that even foodies like me and my wife who both have huge appetite and great passion for eating may surrender easily. Honestly, since those pasta are prepared no less than usual, they’re all deliciously satisfying that I only had 3 plates (yes, I sampled all of them, hehehe) and Tina only had a plate and a half (I ate the rest of her second serving ) of Carbonara. I tell you, with PhP 150 deal of yummies for more than a plate, you can never complain.
For the three of us, the winner among those we’ve tasted at JP’s pizzeria is…FROZEN CAPPUCCINO MUD PIE, PhP 90 +. This definitely is one of the reasons to visit JP again. It’s so delectable that we find it hard to resist. Satisfied the sweet tooth in all of us, hands down. It’s enormous serving and cheap price gives everyone a chance to enjoy life’s simple pleasures :D It’s such a perfect sweet ending to a binge self-indulgence of carbo-rich plates.
We had their iced tea, bottomless for only PhP 50.
Friendly and polite service, affordable good food, high ceiling + casual dining ambiance = we like!
The only thing I dislike with Fort branch is the presence of a communal toilet. It would be nice if they can have separates for both genders and a bonus for physically challenged and/or a family room with diaper deck for babies. :D Nonetheless, we’ll surely visit again, not only that branch but else where.
This has been another fun-filled, budget-friendly dine-out with the two people I love the most.
Life has been so generous.
PS : After that hearty meal at JP’s, we concluded that we’re nothing compared to the YOUNG (as in she looks like early or 20 something) LADY from Las Piñas City whose picture appears at the promo card at JP’s tables because she at present, holds the record for having enjoyed NINE PASTA plates! Can you handle that?
Joey Pepperoni Pizzeria. Fairways Tower Condominium 5th Avenue corner McKinley Ave., Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. Other branches and details can be found at their website –> here.