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Food Trip in Kapitolyo: Poco Deli

I've been living near Kapitolyo for almost three months now.

+Jomar and I had been slowly exploring the food heaven it has to offer. Our trusted guide is our friend +Mitch. She's been staying in Kapitolyo for some years now.

I'll start sharing about my food exploration in the coming days so keep on reading!

Poco Deli - Bacon Slab, Pasta, and Cake

I've tried Poco Deli in Ayala Triangle first before being informed that the first branch was actually in Kapitolyo, Pasig. I had dinner with +Jewel and we discussed about life, career, and love over our shared bacon slab and Aglio Olio Pasta. It was delicious!

When I got a chance to visit Poco Deli again, I decided to try the Pesto Pasta and Pepperoni Pizza. This time I was with my FS3 office mates. It was our last lunch together. I remember saying that the pizza was amazing. The cheese melts in your mouth like no other. I will definitely be coming back to try their pizza again.


My latest visit to Poco Deli is in Kapitolyo. I had dinner there alone. Enjoying some "me" time. I had Aglio Olio pasta which was delish then even if I am trying to diet, I had a slice of their red velvet cake. It was by far my fave red velvet cake - not too sweet and the cream cheese has enough tangy.




Now, the issue is I have not tried Poco Deli with +Jomar. Hihi. Hope to schedule a date soon. :)

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