For Manila’s Signature Dishes 2010, Pizza Hut thru its more fine dining approach to the pizza parlor, Pizza Hut Bistro assembled a set based on the intriguing Lechon pizza.
Olive Garden Salad. I was told that this was inspired by the Olive Garden restaurant chain in the US. Crisp, fresh greens, mixed with croutons, plump tomato pieces and lots of olives tossed in a silky Italian dressing. I like the cheesy taste of the dressing and the tomatoes and croutons. The salad served to whet my appetite for the coming pasta and pizza.
Seafood Supreme Pasta Perfetto Wrap. Squid, shrimp and scallops cooked in a tomato cream sauce then tossed with al dente pasta. After they cook everything, they then put in inside parchment paper and bake it. I could really smell the fragrance of the tomatoes and cream when I opened up the parchment paper. The sauce was smooth and tasty and I really love the mixture of tomato sauce and cream, a best of both worlds kind of thing like the Lechon pizza.
Lechon Pizza. I admit the first time I heard of the Lechon Pizza, I was really skeptical how they would combine the two. After having a taste, I have to admit I was totally wrong, Lechon Pizza is really very very good. The special liver sauce that replaces the tomato sauce in usual pizza matches well with the dough and cheese. The lechon skin on top are very very crispy, kinda like chicharon but not really like it. I was also surprised to taste bits of meat while munching on the delicious pizza.
This was actually the first time I’ve eaten or stepped inside a Pizza Hut Bistro store and the ambiance and the food really surprised me in a good way. I’ll be sure to come back to taste some of the other interesting things on the menu.
Pizza Hut Bisto
G/F Glorietta 4
Ayala Center, Makati
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