Fazoli’s in Eastwood City Walk 1
Duration: 1-2 hours
Budget: ~Php150 per person
Nomnom Rating: 5/5
Real Italian.. Real Fast.. at Fazoli’s..
Fazoli’s in Eastwood City Walk 1 is a favorite lunch place by many employees working in different firms in this highly developed rural community. When I was still working here, me and my colleagues love this resto because its food is good, reasonably-priced, and the service is really fast.
Fazoli’s is one of the first restaurants to open up ever since the construction and launch of Eastwood City. A little bit of info – Fazoli’s is managed by Ramcar which is the same company that handles KFC in the Philippines and as far as I know, there is only one Fazoli’s in the entire country.
Fazoli’s offers affordable meals for two and unlimited drinks to its customer. It is also extremely popular for its unlimited bread sticks for its dine-in customers. Its bread sticks are soft and buttery that you just can’t get enough.
You can choose from its pasta and pizza dishes, or go for its Italian chicken or salad.
My personal favorite at Fazoli’s is their Italian Chicken with Flavored Rice. It is a quarter chicken that is fried and further cooked with their special tomato sauce with different herbs. It is served with their flavored rice which contains bits of mushrooms, olives, herbs, and spices.
For entrée, I got the Chicken Pasta Caesar Salad. It is a bed of chopped green and red lettuce topped with slices of tomatoes, olives, ham, chicken breast, and a few pieces of rotini pasta. It comes with a Caesar Salad dressing.
We also got the Pizza & Fettuccine Alfredo pizza-pasta combo. It is a generous serving of fettuccine Alfredo that comes with a pepperoni pizza.
And the meal for two of Stromboli & Fettucine Alfredo. For Php225, you can get 2 servings of fettuccine Alfredo with 3 pieces of Stromboli each and a pizza sauce dip. This is a good meal that you can share.
Though Fazoli’s claims to be a fast food resto, it’s ambiance says otherwise. With its dim-lighting and nice graphic paintings, it provides a relaxing dining experience that is easy on the budget.
UPDATE (February, 2012):
Fazoli’s has closed and it was changed to Bigoli. They have almost the same menu but Bigoli offers more choices. Also, though the food and theme are the same, I asked their staff and said that Bigoli’s management is different from Fazoli’s.
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