Wednesday, November 02, 2005


After a strenuous Saturday in Bed, Sunday found me in bed the whole day. Monday morning my mom came to me and said, “Your brother wants to have lunch in Amici.” I was out of bed immediately and soon I was on my way to Makati with my mom, sister and brother.

My brother had told us of Amici di Don Bosco, a restaurant found near Don Bosco in Makati that serves heavenly pizza, pasta and a whole lot more at friendly prices. I think their canteen-like set-up helps keep food costs down—no need to pay extra for ambience and service charge.

We immediately ordered two kinds of pizza and two kinds of pasta. I loved the pizza with lots of anchovies and garlic; as for the pasta, I preferred the one with lots and lots of garlic and bits of anchovies. (And I wonder why I’m still single—plus since garlic is supposed to be good for the heart, I’ll be single for a very long time.)
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The only downside to a visit at Amichi is the parking—one has to park either at the nearby Makati Cinema Square or at Walter Mart and walk. I suggest you park at the latter; there’s a Bibliarch. After filling our stomachs we ended up buying books to fill up our minds: Neil Gaiman’s “Anansi Boys”, Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events book 12: The Penultimate Peril” and (for me) Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo’s “He’s Just Not That Into You.”


Blogger JM said...

must go back to alma mater to taste pizza!

6:45 AM  

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