A Veneto Pizzeria Ristorante

I have been eating too much since January 1 but I regret nothing. (Come to think of it, I've been eating too much even before so not a shock at all)

What's for snacks? Hello, carbs!

Double pepperoni, I forgot the name of the pizza on the second picture and baked zitti with meatballs. 

The foods taste great. We've eaten there number of times already and up to now, I still enjoy their food. And you can ask the waiter for a bottle of Parmesan if you want more cheese and it's free of charge (A plus for me 'cause I love cheese.) The price is budget-friendly. It costs us roughly 700.00 to 800.00 for these dishes. For people with "normal" appetite, what we ordered would usually make 5-8 persons full, it's just that, we're special. As for the ambiance, it's conducive but was a bit cold. And since the time we ate isn't breaktime schedule, only four tables were occupied so the place was more in order and quiet and of course, with less tables to attend to, the service was great. The restaurant's location's near our home so going there wasn't a hassle. It's along Visayas Ave., so if you're going via commute, the PUJs with route Bayan Palengke, Tandang Sora to Quezon City Hall pass the area.

Let me tell you something we've recently practiced. Whenever we eat out, we just ask for service water if drinks aren't included in the meal. Although it's obvious, there's a need to reiterate that sodas and juices or iced teas are very high in sugar. Second; drinks in restaurants are expensive. So, it's like hitting two birds with one stone, isn't it? Cutting down on sugar intake and saving money!

Back to the topic... If you're up for a carbo loading meal or just craving for some Italian cuisine. Try visiting A Veneto. It's budget-friendly and the foods are delicious.

Aba, parang dinaanan lang ng bagyo. Burp

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