Finally, I got to try Project Pie last month — on Good Friday! Hubby and I took the kids out for a drive and was surprised that Project Pie along Tomas Morato was open. Project Pie is actually an American franchise.
It was pretty chill when we got there. The kids wanted to have a snack so we decided to drive out and see what was open.
At Project Pie, you create your own pizza using a multitude of ingredients. I didn’t count the ingredients but there must be at least 30+? There are veggies, meats, and cheeses. You get a personal-sized pizza dough and pick from either tomato-based, olive-oil based, or cream-based sauce. Then you tell them what toppings you want.
You can have as many toppings as you want as long as the pizza can accommodate them.
Here are some of the available ingredients.
The four of us each created a pizza! You can top it with BBQ Sauce, Pesto, or Cracked Black Pepper after it’s baked.
Our pizzas were popped into the oven.
Here’s mine! I chose to top my pizza with tomato-based sauce, mushrooms, tomatoes, green bell peppers, pineapples, prosciutto, cream cheese, ricotta, garlic, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, caramelized onions, anchovies, and cracked back pepper. Whew!
This is hubby’s. All I know is he picked the olive oil-based sauce and he piled on a lot more kinds of meats. He was very happy with his creation.
This is our son’s — he didn’t know he could have unlimited toppings so it ended up like a regular pizza.
This is our daughter’s. I was surprised she requested for black olives. She said olives are yummy.
We thoroughly enjoyed our Good Friday merienda at Project Pie. I think the P285 make-your-own-pizza price is fair. Although the pizza may seem small, it’s super filling! I couldn’t eat dinner anymore when I got home. I’ve heard from other people that their service sucks but I beg to differ for the Tomas Morato branch. We found the service here to be satisfactory. I’m curious about their dessert pizzas so I’d like to try that next time.
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
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