Going out for an amazing pizza dinner or lunch can be go south in a matter of minutes especially in cases where it’s the rush hour or it’s some important time of the week for most offices. Despite all the hassle, Brooklyn Pizza still assures its valued customers that their fabulous and mouth-watering pizzas will available with just a phone call away.
Brooklyn Pizza Delivery Philippines goes by the tagline “A Slice of New York” and by all means, it definitely does so with the help of their visually appetizing pizzas and their savory buffalo wings. And while most people get hooked with the unique tasting pizza from Brooklyn, there are other great dishes to try and enjoy for lunch, dinner or even the office break or merienda with the significant other.
· Buffalo wings – If there are two words to describe Brooklyn Pizza’s Buffalo Wings, it would be “exceptional” and “to-die-for”. These two words are definitely what makes the buffalo wings from Brooklyn Pizza such a delight. It’s got that sweet smell into it and the very first bite is usually the bite that sends good shivers down your spine. It’s also one of the products that’s getting the biggest push, as Brooklyn gives one platter of Buffalo Wings for every order of pizza. Sorry for deliveries though, as this offer is exclusive for people dining in.
· Pizza – Hands down the best pizza flavor Brooklyn Pizza Delivery Service offers the Filipino palettes would have to be their unique and visually appealing “White Pizza”. The dough is fresh and soft while the toppings are simply heavenly.
Brooklyn Pizza has currently two branches that are open to serve even the most notoriously picky pizza eater. They have a Brooklyn Pizza branch in Pasong Tamo Makati with the phone number 896-9696 and another Brooklyn Pizza branch in BF Paranaque with the phone number 775-7575.
If you plan on visiting one of the two Brooklyn Pizza in the Philippines, it would be advisable to get there with an empty stomach and rest assured that when you walk away from the Brooklyn Pizza table, you’d be full as a tank.
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