Feastin’ on pizza at Amigo
Five letters which spells irresistible temptation and splurging in topping variations for those who love and crave for it. Almost everywhere pizza outlets abound, giving consumers the convenience to grab a slice whenever they wanted any.
Amigo Pizza, a pizza parlor along Beach Road which opened its doors to the public on Oct. 9, 2009 is fast gaining popularity not only among the locals but tourists, too.
We checked out Amigo Pizza late on Friday night, just an hour before their closing time. We had a hard time deciding what to order as everything looked tempting but my two companions and I finally settled on a medium Super Supreme Pizza for $15.99.
A few minutes later, conversation on our table was cut as we dug into crispy, thin crust coated with white cheese and topped with beef, pepperoni, ham, mushroom, green and red pepper, corn and onion slices.
It was a pizza huge enough for three people. I splashed a dash of Tabasco sauce for an added spicy tang and broke my record by consuming three slices at one setting.
Choose your favorite from Double Cheese Pizza, Hawaiian Pizza topped with pineapple and blueberry, Pepperoni Pizza, Bulgogi Pizza, and Spicy Shrimp Pizza. You could also go for BBQ pizza with beef, ham, pepperoni, mushroom, green pepper and onion toppings or a Combination Pizza.
Medium sized pizza is available from $10.99 while large size starts from $13.99 and up. Amigo Pizza also offers discounts on additional orders.
Amigo Pizza does not just allow you to indulge in your pizza favorites. They also allow you to express yourself by scrawling your feelings on the walls.
From the outside, the façade of Amigo Pizza issues a formal invitation to pizza lovers but when you come in, all the formality is forgotten as walls sprawled with a collection of graffiti meets your eyes.
With just over a month after the walls were opened to the customers to write anything, space is becoming hard to find from fast food area all the way to the hallway leading to the wash room.
“We opened the walls for graffiti on Oct. 26 to allow our customers to express themselves,” the management said.
Amigo Pizza delivers orders at a minimal delivery charge of $2.50, no matter how many pizza orders you place.
Amigo Pizza is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.
For orders or inquiries, drop by Amigo Pizza along Beach Road next to Naked Fish or call 670-233-PIZA (7412).
This article was first published HERE