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New elegant artisan pizzas are the real thing at Italianni’s
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2:27 pm | Friday, May 24th, 2019

Pizza that is fresh, flavorful and lovingly made by hand- this is the true measure of artisan pizza,  not one that has been frozen and waiting to roll off a typical assembly line.

Artisan pizzas are crafted by skilled cooks who know how to make the real thing!

Here are the three new artisan pizza varieties:  Coppa Ham and Arugula is loaded with mozzarella, provolone, Coppa ham and arugula in tomato sauce. All these toppings work wonderfully together –  gooey and tasty cheeses, peppery veggie and meaty ham that has just the right saltiness.

Then there’s the equally delicious Sardines & Peppers Pizza with sardines, mozzarella, olives and alfredo cream sauce.

The Fruitti Di Mare, meanwhile, is teeming with shrimp, calamari, and fish, topped with mozzarella, gouda and pesto cream.

Order whole for family and friends while anticipating a slice or two for yourself. After all, dining at Italianni’s is all about shared-style meals, whether its pizza, pasta or any of its hearty Italian-American dishes served with warm-hearted hospitality, a restaurant trademark deeply appreciated by many.

To know more about Italianni’s, check out http://www.italiannis.com.ph/; like it on FB and follow it on IG @ItaliannisPH. 

ADVT


Tags: Food , Italianni’s , pizza

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