Woot thank God it’s Friday!
(Except it’s not really the start of the weekend in my case since I have to attend a CPD session tomorrow and on Saturday. CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development, which is a requirement for PRC professionals. Oh well, that’s life!)
I’m keen on going through all of my backlog before mid-February so here’s another one. My college friends and I always get together every year for a little Christmas luncheon and gift exchange. Last year’s venue was Belito’s Vineyard while this year’s was Picobello.
If you’re from Davao, surely you’ve heard of the iconic Picobello, an authentic Italian restaurant that serves the best pizzas ever. It used to be located at Gaisano South Mall and then it closed (much to the dismay of perhaps every Davaoeño who loves pizza). Just recently, it reopened in another location at The Shoppes at Woodlane. Upon hearing this wonderful news, of course, we just had to visit it.
Here are what we ordered:
Calzone – Stuffed with ricotta cheese, ham, mozzarella, parmesan, black olives and capers
Pepperoni Pizza – Tomato, mozzarella, pepperoni
I’m a bad blogger. I didn’t even pay attention to the menu or even to the specific prices of the dishes we ordered. So I have almost no memory of how much these pizzas and pasta cost. But I’ll assure you that they are affordable (within the P300-P400 range I think?). I’ll update this post once I learn the prices.
Anyway, here are pictures of the place. Of course, with all of our baon stories and two little kiddos, we had to sit in the al fresco area:
Aaaaand pictures of us:
The new Picobello is located at The Shoppes at Woodlane, Diversion Road, Davao City.
Just writing this post makes me crave for calzone again!