Project Pie – Customized Pizza

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Pioneered by James Markham from the United States, the Project Pie design-build-eat pizza concept was on its 10th branch when I discovered it in Park Square Makati.

The first visit gave an impression of a spacious place, youthful vibe and positive energy amidst the seemingly scary adventure one is about to embark on for having to choose from 7 types of foreign-sounding menu, otherwise you build your own at a uniform price. The good thing was that the crew are generally friendly and more that willing to educate naive souls like mine.

Classic Cheese Pie

White Pizza

For the first visit, I decided to cross between the safe rout of choosing a templated menu: the #5, which was one of the 3 bestsellers in this branch, the others being #2 and #7. But once the toppings were all in, my son and I then added a few more favorite toppings including feta cheese, raw onions, olives and ground beef.

Project Pie Menu

New Park Square Branch

MorePhotos of Project Pie  here

What I liked most about Project Pie was that it allows me to choose the exact ingredients that I want, at the quantity that I want. For its drink, I was told by the crew that I am allowed up to 3 rounds. In that way, how could it go wrong, and how could one be not not satisfied?

Project Pie Makati Branch

Ground Level, New Park Square,

Arnaiz Avenue Corner Theater Drive,

San Lorenzo, Makati City

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Denice Christine Garcia-Pilla is a freelance published writer and editor in between her profession as a market research professional. Her works have appeared in numerous print and online publications in Asia and the United States including the Asia Pacific Business Guide, Launch Asia, Quantum Spirit, Men Zone, The Philippine Star and Lifestyle Asia. She has profiled a number of CEOs, Presidents, entrepreneurs and tycoons of top corporations in the Philippines, as well as renowned international authors such as Mark Victor Hansen of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and Philip Kotler. After a decade of hiatus from the writing scene with motherhood taking center stage of her schedule, Denice is once again picking up from where she left off via the Side Tripper, where she shares her travel adventures and side trips through the lens of photographer Kit Elton Pilla, also known as her husband and father to her son Kyle David.

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