The Morbid Angel Dines At Sicilian Express

The Sicilian Express along Tomas Morato in Quezon City

The Sicilian Express along Tomas Morato in Quezon City

It’s a rainy night of July 30, 2009 when me, Johan, Shand and Nona went to The Sicilian Express along Tomas Morato in Quezon City. It was good to be back trudging along the busy street of Morato. The other establishments are about to close when we dropped by the small restaurant. There were only two customers at the time we walked in. As the rain drew to a stop, four others joined us inside the restaurant to get a fill of their Italian servings.

What I liked about the place is the fusion of pop culture with their yummy dishes. There are two pop photos displayed on their small white painted walls and they’re very amusing to look at.

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one of the amusing pop photos on the north side wall

the other funny pop photo on the south side of the wall with Johan

the other funny pop photo on the south side of the wall with Johan

I loved how the green-colored counter was mixed with the white walls and the amusing pop enlarged photos hanging on their walls. It was refreshing to see.

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the self-service counter

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mirrors are installed to make the place look bigger

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Chinese Feng Shui mixed with Italian specialty

I was kinda hungry so I had the regular cheese pizza. It’s a classic Sicilian 10″ thin crust pizza with creamy mozzarella cheese. When the pizza was served it made me more hungry than ever. The aroma of the melted cheese spread throughout the restaurant and I guess, the other customers were also enticed with it. Manginggit daw ba? As side dish I also ordered light and easy Caesar salad.  It is a salad with crisp greens tossed in Caesar dressing topped with bacon and cherry tomatoes. Yummy!

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creamy mozzarella cheese thin crust pizza

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crisp Caesar salad

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pizza and smokes, do they go together?

The place is small but very clean. I love the fact that we it’s self-service thereby lessening the cost of the food hehehe. The entire meal costs a whooping Php335 only, which can actually shared by two people. That’s how hungry I am.

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