S&R New York Style Pizza

Ooops, this pizza is sooo good, I almost forgot to take a photo!

I simply love pizza and I can eat a slice or two at any given day. When I caught wind of S&R’s New York Style Pizza I naturally wanted to try it, especially that I read a number of good reviews about it. Recently, we were out for a weekend stroll and was lucky enough to spot a very busy S&R Pizza joint at the mall. Of course, I did not pass up the chance to give it a try!

Their pizza slices are huge and one slice is enough for one meal! We opted for the Garlic Shrimp variant and ordered an extra Combo slice so we can try it out, too. Each slice sells at Php109. I love the Garlic Shrimp variant as they obviously did not scrimp on the shrimps and our pizza slices were generously topped with them! I love its rich savory flavor and I am sure this won’t be the last time I am having this pizza for dinner!

By the way, I was so full by the time I finished my slice, I kept the Combo slice for the following day’s breakfast! I finished it with a cup of coffee while reading all about sweepstakes at musicians friend the next morning. I loved this slice, too. It was topped with some of my favorites ~ onions, olives, pepperoni, and green bell pepper.

S&R Pizza is one delightful pizza experience and I suggest you give it a try if you haven’t already.

More Fruits!


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Fruits are my absolute favorites! They are staples in my grocery cart every time we go to the supermarket to replenish our small pantry. Some of items that I always put in my cart include oranges, mangoes, and banana. I have recently discovered the love for grapefruit and I make it a point to get a piece or two of this fruit whenever we do our grocery. One of the local supermarkets are well-stocked with fruits, even rare ones like blueberries that you do not see in the other groceries, so it is always a treat going there.

Fruits are perfect for desserts, especially for those who do not want the additional calories that sweets come with. They are also perfect to munch on while working on an article about sandberg bass or for snacking.

This rainy season {also known as the flu season}, it is very wise to load up on fruits that are rich in Vitamin C to keep the snuffles and other sickness at bay. Juices from lemon and calamansi are also perfect to soothe sore throat and the beginning of coughs. Just put a spoonful of honey to make it even healthier and more effective. It is also always wise to shop for the fruits in season as these fruits cost a lot cheaper. I am eyeing to get a kilo or 2 of my favorite lanzones before they are gone from the fruit stands, so I am scheduling a trip to the local market as soon as the rain lets up. I sure hope I can also influence my little one to eat yummy fruits soon. I try sneaking in pieces of grapes and slices of oranges and apples onto his lunchbox but they always return home, untouched.

What is your favorite fruit and where do you get them?