It had been raining really hard that Saturday afternoon. The MRT had stopped its operation since there was a shortage in power supply. So instead of going home after an event, my blogger friend and I decided to stay and hang out for a while. We decided to grab some bite at a pizza joint called Papa John's. Unknown to many (that included us), Papa John's had been existing for 25 years in other parts of the globe. Its founder John Schnatter had set a certain standard of quality which means using only the finest ingredients on each order of hand tossed pizza from his store.
In fact, on his Robinson's Galleria branch in Ortigas, where we had our meal, his promise to his customers are posted on the wall. Proving that fresh ingredients is tantamount to better pizza.
|The promise is written on their wall.|
|Bite, dip and enjoy.|
|Part of their Menu.|
|Each pizza ingredient was explored.|
|Papa John Schnatter's promise on the wall.|
|Papa John's Pizza can be found in different countries around the globe.|
|The restaurant's commitment to their clients and customers.|
|Yes, you can watch how they make your pizza.|
|Friendly staff, cozy ambience and well lighted.|
|Papa John's pizza had that signature large green chili on each pizza.|
|Our friendly guy named Neil, takes my friend Daryll's order.|
|Junior Papa pizza at about P300.|
|Papa John's portrait is posted on the wall.|
|This couple enjoys pasta, pizza and more.|
Three ways to enjoy your Papa John's Pizza:
|Seafood Carbonara loaded with lots of Parmesan cheese at P180.|
If you'd like to experience another pizza haven, then Papa John's the place to go. They deliver in certain areas with a minimum delivery of P300. We were told that they have other branches like Robinson's Metro East, but you may get in touch with their Robinson's Galleria branch by dialing 631-8689 or 736-0570. Come and visit them at The Veranda, Robinson's Galleria.
Visit them on their website www.papajohns.com.ph