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Food Trip in Maginhawa: Fruili Trattoria

Last July 20, 2013, +Jomar Tigcal and I made an effort to explore the other restaurants along Maginhawa Street (few steps away from where I live) in Quezon City. This time we had lunch in Fruili Trattoria.

When the tricycle would pass by this restaurant I would always think that it's some fruit yoghurt store. Apparently, it's an Italian restaurant which serves pizza and pasta.

By far, my fave pizza-pasta place is The Old Spaghetti House. This comes close. It's reasonably priced and they serve really good food.

Mozarella Sticks, Tre Formaggi, and Tuna & Mushroom Spaghetti

I didn't like the Mozarella Sticks - it did not taste like Mozarella, at all. The Tre Formaggi is basically three cheese pizza where you could get at any pizza place. But the Tuna & Mushroom Spaghetti was really great! It was a little bit spicy and creamy. I am actually craving for it right now. It's really good.

Overall, I would definitely come back to try the other menu items like the Ravioli and probably get a different kind of pizza.

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