I have so many backlogs and what makes me hard I couldn't get the time and energy to write because of my laziness. I need to concentrate looking for my job and that's one of the reason why I couldn't update my site, but now since I already in my new company, I'm starting to recover my old lifestyle and writing my backlogs as well.

Ian and I usually go out on Saturday doing our usual bonding. Since our product shot with House of Minis was cancelled; we plan to meet, do a bit of strolling and accompany me to do window shopping for Jack's wedding on Friday. I promised him for merienda to any restaurant of his choice and since we always meet at Sbarro which is just a few steps away from the mall entrance, we ended up eating here. We chose Sbarro since we are craving for some Italian pasta and pizza as well. We seldom try to eat here because of the pricey food and long queue of people during weekends, but we were lucky to find our seats because there are only customers who dine in during that day.

The interiors are manageable, bright and clean; self-service restaurant which offers lot of dishes to choose from pizza to pasta, rice meals to salad and also mouth-watering desserts. The service was fast and efficient; the crews are very attentive and accommodating as well.

Ian chose to try the Baked Ziti with Meat sauce. It's a combination of Ziti, Ricotta, Mozzarella, Romano cheese and meat sauce.

Baked Ziti with Meat sauce (Whole) Php 198.00

Of course, pasta is not complete without pizza, so we opted to have Supreme New York Style Pizza with extra cheese and ham, well one slice of pizza is enough for us. The pizza is stuffed with mozzarella Italian sausage, bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and pepperoni. The additional cheese makes the pizza yummier.

Supreme New York Style Pizza Php 110.00

Well, I can totally say that Sbarro never fails my tummy. By the way, customers have the option to order half or full servings of pasta dishes as well as slice or whole pizza too.

Ground Floor, SM Mall of Asia
Pasay City