There has been a much going hype around an international pizza chain that has landed in the Philippines just recently. Of course, I’m talking about Project Pie (know all about it here – projectpie.com)
Obviously, its a huge success because branches of Project Pie has since been popping up in the metro. And so I thanked God when finally, a branch opened up somewhat nearer home.
Project Pie in Bluebay Walk – when we visited Bluebay Walk it was turning out to be a definite food destination, so we HAD TO try at least 2 different restos at a time. With this visit, we went for Hotstar (review next time!) and Project Pie. Trying out Project Pie was A MUST. I mean, where else could you get a pizza with unlimited toppings for only P285?! My mind kept telling me that I must simply check out this incredible bargain.
We arrived at about 3 to 4 pm on a friday, not the typical mealtime so to avoid the rush hours. Imagine my surprise when there were about 30 people inside waiting in line! #reallypopular (I guessed those branches are not popping up fast enough lol).
You will also be greeted by a server-girl who will explain the mechanics of how to order. She was repeating her whole easy-going speech to each person or group standing in line. Wew! What a job! But she still felt really friendly to me even though a lot of people definitely asked her a lot of questions (good service) 😉
What pulls the crowd to such a place is not only the nice interior or the friendly staff, because it definitely has something to do with the innovative way of having a create-your-own-pizza experience with unlimited toppings for only P285!
Just imagine not having to be so conventional with your pizzas. No more of the manager’s choice or just the pepperoni or the pineapple WITH ham only. This time you could have all of them! Plus the luxury of adding moooore!
All in all, our experience was good. The pizzas tasted great because they were freshly baked and our choice of toppings really went well. But then again, the taste of your pizza depends on you. So make sure you’ve trained your palate really well! The only let down was the looong line. We stood in line for about 30 mins and waited another 15 mins for our pizzas to cook. My advice, don’t come when you think its already near lunch or dinner time. When you have a short patience and can’t bear to wait? Definitely don’t come on the weekends either.
But its definitely, definitely worth a try! Don’t miss out just because you can’t wait! Bring some friends and swap with each other when waiting in line! 😉 Makes it more fun and exciting lol 😀
Thanks for reading!
Project Pie (Bluebay Walk)
Location: G/F Bluebay Walk, EDSA cor. Diosdado Macapagal Blvd.,
Moa Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila.
Store hours: 10am to 11pm