Gino's Brick Oven Pizza

I was able to try this a couple of weeks ago. I chanced upon the place and found it quaint. Luckily, my companion agreed and so we trooped to Gino's.

It's a very small place. I think it won't sit more than 30 people and with 30, it would already be pretty cramped. However, the place does give some kitchy vibe which I really liked. I also liked the wooden furnitures. It felt country-ish.

We got the mushroom pizza which cost Php345. It was good enough for two and the brick oven had a good effect on the food. When something is oven roasted, it just tastes earthier. I love the blue cheese and the cream and mind you, I am not a fan of blue cheese.

And because I always want to try something new, I got the Salted Egg Pasta. It was pretty okay. I think the fact that I'm really not a fan of salted egg may be making me a little bias for this. I'm pretty sure that fans of salted egg would think this pasta is heaven.

Overall, I liked Gino's Brick Oven. I liked the ambience and the staff were pretty attentive. Price range is pretty okay as well and its not over the limit.