3 things that make a great pizza

Many fans of the pie would tell you there is no bad pizza—it’s great hot, it’s great cold. It’s a treat and a meal in itself. 

But local pizza chain Greenwich offers the three most important things to look for in a pizza to consider it a great one. 

All-in toppings

3 things that make a great pizza
The new All-in Overload Pizza is made with 6 meaty toppings and other complementing ingredients. 
While it’s true that it can be topped off with any basic—sometimes unusual—ingredient, a pizza becomes even more delicious if it’s generously sprinkled with the tastiest and meatiest toppings such as ham, pepperoni, burger crumbles, bacon, Italian sausage, and Spanish sausage, plus additional ingredients to complement the taste such as veggies, pineapples, mushrooms, and cheese. 

The new Greenwich All-in Overload Pizza got these toppings all in one crust, bringing an explosion of flavor with every bite. 

Dough made from scratch

Contrary to what most people think, the pizza crust is more than just a base for the toppings. It actually sets the initial flavor base and texture of the entire pizza. 

3 things that make a great pizza
Greenwich barkada members Enrique Gil, Yassi Pressman, and Robi Domingo like their pizza with meaty toppings.
Greenwich says it pays attention to the dough they use for the crust, which is prepared from scratch daily and made using only the best ingredients. 

Best shared with friends

Some things are just better when shared—and pizza certainly tops that list. Sharing a pizza that’s overloaded with toppings, flavor, and that unmistakable pizza goodness with friends is enjoyable because it heightens the experience with each bite. 

Greenwich All-in Overload Pizza can be enjoyed as as part of the Overloaded Trio exclusive delivery offer. For only P499, the entire barkada can enjoy three of their favorite flavor-loaded double-sized Greenwich pizzas. Call #5-55-55, or order online at

Topics: Greenwich , All-in Overload Pizza
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