Gino's Brick Oven Pizza | Salcedo Village, Makati Branch


 My friend Bella and I luckily stumbled into our other friends Justin and Abby at the German embassy. We decided to have lunch at Gino's Brick Oven Pizza in Salcedo Village. It's quite near to where the weekend market is being held. The place was almost full when we arrived. Fortunately, we were assigned in a nice table where we had a nice view the whole place.

The place felt warm and casual. We were given their simple menu right away. We ordered Bianca Verde and Prosciutto pizzas, salted egg pasta and tomato basil pasta. One pizza is good for two to three persons and has six slices but our pizzas was cut into 8 slices. We had a pitcher of Dalandan Juice for our drink.




 Dalandan Pitcher (Php170)

Salted Egg Pasta (Php190)

Tomato Basil Pasta (Php195)

Bianca Verde Pizza (Php350)

Prosciutto Pizza (Php420)


Menu:

I loved the Bianca Verde pizza since I think it's the most healthy choice among the choices. It has olive oil, an essential ingredient for weight loss haha! and it's loaded with garlic, cheese and basil. It's simple yet delicious especially when drizzled with their spicy honey! The prosciutto pizza was great too but I find the prosciutto too salty for my taste. For the pastas, all of us agreed that the tomato basil was better than the salted egg. Although we shouldn't compare the two since they have different bases. Overall, everything was great. The service was quick and they're always smiling. But most importantly we had a great time! Do visit one of Gino's branches and try out their yummy brick oven pizzas! <3 Tell me what you think about Gino's!

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