Without further ado, let’s go straight to what we had for lunch… hehe. My son ordered Piadina Padana (P200, pictured above and below). I was surprised that it came with a big bowl of creamy squash soup.
Then as per my daughter’s request we ordered a whole La Pizza al Quattro Formaggi (P350, pictured above) or four cheese pizza. There were eight slices in all and it was really good. The crust is thin, freshly-baked, and not greasy and the cheeses all blended together very well.
We also had Gnocchi di Patate con Crema di Gorgonzola (P300, pictured above). Fresh homemade potato dumplings in creamy Gorgonzola cheese sauce. My mouth is watering as I type this description. XD
For dessert we had Panna Cotta (P100, pictured above). It’s served with chocolate sauce on top. I want to savor its pure milky goodness so next time I will tell them to hold the sauce.
It was creamy and dreamy nonetheless. You can just tell they used all the best ingredients to make it. So smooth, rich, and most importantly, not overly sweet. It’s the perfect Panna Cotta if there ever was one.
I love La Piadina’s painstakingly prepared and freshly cooked food in general. Almost everything is made from scratch. You can really taste the difference.
La Piadina (La Cucina Regionale Italiana)
2/F Glorietta 4 (across Jollibee)
Ayala Center, Makati City
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