Guess What, You Can Get Pizza From Gino's Delivered
Who wants pizza?
(SPOT.ph) The crisp, crackly, perfectly charred crust of Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza makes their pie a real cut above the rest. We’ve sorely been missing it since the start of the enhanced community quarantine in the Metro—until now, that is, because they’ve reopened their Katipunan branch for takeout, pickup, and delivery. They’re open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and you can pay via BPI transfer then pick it up yourself or with an external courier, like Grab or Lalamove.
They get their basics right, including the Margherita (P330)—a contender on our 2015 Top 10 Margherita Pizzas in Manila list—which has tomato sauce, kesong puti, parmesan, and basil in the right amounts so you get a balanced bite from the tip to the crust. Their Four Cheese (P390) is another favorite: It packs an intense dose of cheese with mozzarella, ricotta, blue cheese, and parmesan in the mix. For an offbeat bite, try the S.M.Egg (P495). It’s got homemade sausage, mushrooms, two eggs, gouda, and cream for a breakfast food-esque combination that satisfies.
Aside from pizzas, they also have pasta (made with their own handmade noodles, using organic eggs and unbleached flour) like the meaty Bolognese (P325) with bolognese sauce, parmesan, kesong puti, basil, and parmigiano-reggiano on papardelle; and the more one-of-a-kind Salted Egg (P250) with bacon, salted egg, cream, and parmigiano-reggiano on fettuccine. Definitely save room for their famous Crack Pie (P95/slice, P750/whole)—it’s a crackly, chewy treat with a mix of savory and sweet.
Gino’s is a local pizza joint that opened in 2010. Initially a tiny nook along Katipunan Avenue, they’ve since expanded with branches in Ortigas, Makati, and BGC.
For orders, send a message to 0956-306-8707 via Viber with your name, preferred pickup time, and orders. For more information, check out Gino’s Brick Oven Pizza’s Facebook page.
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