Finally after 2 weeks of low-carb diet, my treat day has come. This morning at 7:30 I hopped to the Dunkin’ Donuts next to Severance Hospital to stuff my face with some beloved Donuts and I just came back from a filling lunch. It is always nice to bite on some thin crust pizzas and catch up with your dear friend. I was hanging out with the vegetarian friend I blogged about here — and naturally, I had to eat vegetarian pizzas today. But boy they were good. Margherita pizza with GOOD cheese always hits the spot.
We ordered regular-sized Margherita (12000 KRW), and Alio e Peperone (14000 KRW) because I love garlic. We had to wait for like 20 minutes for the pizzas but they came out hot and nice. The crust, I admit, can be better because it gets soggy where there is too much cheese. But overall, they were both very good. They gave use a generous amount of Fresh mozzarella. Not the plastic/pseudo cheese that is ubiquitous in Korea.
Alio e Peperone — love the hint of garlic.
My only complaint is that inside the place it was TOO hot. Maybe it’s warm for other but it was seriously hot for me ‘_’ Korea really takes the cold seriously, a bit too seriously.
Bilbao pizza is next to Lord Sandwich, so just follow the direction I once put for Lord Sandwich here.
Oh and my donuts ;)