Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Gino's Brick Oven Pizza

One thing I dislike with new work is that I have to prepare and accomplish all these pre-employment requirements. I had to have my photo taken, fill out several government and company forms and take a physical exam. The hassle of doing all those motivate me to stay in a company as long as I could (till I see a better opportunity or something like it). But thanks to the hassle of going to a mall to have my photo taken, I got to have dinner with my former officemates, A1 and A2. Since we were near Serendra, we opted to have dinner at Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza.
Hello, Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza! Long time no taste!

We easily got a table with couch seats as the place was just half full at 7:30 p.m..
We ordered Sausage Pizza (PHP330) and Carbonara (PHP220). We also ordered a pitcher of Iced Tea (PHP125).  

Service was quick. Our drinks were served in 5 minutes and our dishes came after 10-15 minutes. 

The serving size of both dishes are good for two to three and it was perfect for our group.
The pasta was al dente and the creamy sauce was not cloying. The serving of bacon bits was a bit stingy but each forkful was still packed with flavor. 
I liked the sausage pizza as well. I had it a few years back and it was still the delightful combination of tomato, kesong puti, homemade sausage, parmesan, basil and red onion. I love the tanginess of the tomato sauce and cheese and how it was balanced by the saltiness of the sausage and the freshness of basil. The soft brick oven baked dough was perfectly cooked. No inch was burnt! Put some of Gino’s famous spicy honey sauce for additional flavor!
The pitcher of iced tea was good to fill six glasses (with ice).

Overall, it was a filling and pocket friendly dinner. My officemates were pleased with our bill that they suggested eating out again soon.

Gino's Brick Oven Pizza is located at Serendra, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.

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