As soon as you're done ordering, you'll notice servers carrying baskets filled with hot and freshly baked garlic breadsticks (pictured above) making rounds, filling patrons' plates with them. These are complimentary by the way.
We were served at least six kinds of pasta that day but I won't waste your time with the mediocre stuff, I'm only featuring the more unique ones which are worth checking out. One of them is the Meltique Beef Pasta Bigoli (P125, pictured above). The aroma alone is enough to make your mouth water. Tender Australian Meltique beef cubes, onions, and bell peppers in a tomato-based sauce top this spaghetti dish.
Another pasta dish of note is the Chicken Pasta Bigoli (P115, pictured above). Chunks of chicken in a creamy yet tomato-based sauce... delicious! We were told that this is their bestseller.
We were able to sample one type of pizza that day, Pepperoni Classico (P75 per slice / 570 whole, pictured above). It was very plain and all it had going for it was its bigger than average size. Honestly I'd rather have pizza at The Big Apple Pizza Co. in Makati since their pizzas are along this price range except that theirs is huge, a whole LOT bigger in size and taste compared to Bigoli's.
Italian Chicken (P345 for 6 pieces, pictured above) was also served -- breaded chicken covered in tomato honey sauce and sprinkled with Italian spices. The chicken pieces were big and tasty.
Last but not least, or rather last and least, we had their Turtle Cheesecake (P80, pictured above). We were told that this is their bestselling dessert but I really have to wonder why. I did not taste any cheese, the thing can be likened to a stick of softened salted butter on top of a graham cracker. Cheesecake fail. I think they should consider reformulating this.
2nd Level, SM North Edsa Annex