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2014-01-14 19 views
I won a Spizza voucher comprising a flat pizza and a cup of coffee. When I reached the shop at Club Street, the shop did not impress me. It was a small shop. When I entered, my impression changed. The shop was well lighted and comfortable setting were arranged. There were painting and drawing done on the bare walls. The restaurant was clean and bright. I was worried that the Manager would neglect me as I was consuming a free meal using Spizza voucher. My impression was wrong. She was h
I was worried that the Manager would neglect me as I was consuming a free meal using Spizza voucher. My impression was wrong. She was helpful to guide me what to choose for the pizza as I told her that I wanted to have the pizza take away.
I ordered Sofia comprising tomato, mozzarella, shrimps, mussels, scallops, calamari fresh Basil. The pizza costs $20. While waiting for the pizza to be baked, I had my cup of coffee served as it was inclusive in the food voucher.
When the coffee was served, the display was attractive. There were 2 cubes of raw sugar and full cup of creamer placed beside the half filled coffee cup. The coffee was hot. As the milk was added, the coffee had become lukewarm. The coffee was not great as it did not have the strong coffee aroma that stirred up coffee drinker like myself.
I did not wait very long to have my pizza ready. By the time when I had finished my cup of coffee, the pizza was placed in a stable box and at the side placed the cheese and chilli powder. The pizza was tempting as I saw mussels and shrimps waiting to be served.
I took the pizza for my dinner at home. The tomato melted into the pizza. The pizza crust was hard as it was flat bread. The ingredients were visibly placed on top of the pizza. The bread was able 0.5 cm thick. It was flat, dry yet with the fresh ingredient added to the bread, the flat bread was not dry. I enjoyed the pizza.