Well, this is actually late post. It happened 2nd week of July, my friend invite me to have dinner @ Bellini's Italian Fast Food & Restaurant. My friends craving for italian food and sabi niya, "miss ko na ang focaccia!"
What is focaccia?
Focaccia bread is one of the most popular and ancient types of flat breads available. Often baked with herbs, cheese or other ingredients added to the dough, focaccia can be looked upon as a predecessor of the modern pizza. This bread is usually eaten accompanied by some sort of topping or seasonal additive, and recipes for focaccia bread range from sweet to savory, and form extremely simple to requiring several hours of preparation.
The name of this bread is taken from the Roman Phrase "panis focacius," which referred to a flat load bread cooked upon a hearth or under the ashes of a fire.
Ayon, since, I don't know any italian food sabi ko na lang "ikaw na mag-order..." My friend ordered at sa tingin ko masarap... hehehe!
Bellini's Special Pizza
[Very original ang pizza na ito pasado sa panlasa ko. :)]
Tartufo Funghi Con Prosciutto
[creamy italian pasta, masarap siya!]
[Salami is cured sausage, fermented and air-dried meat, originating from one of a variety of animals. Historically, salami has been popular among Italian peasants because it can be stored at room temperature for periods of up to 10 years, supplementing a possibly meager or inconsistent supply of fresh meat. Varieties of salami are traditionally made in Italy, France, Hungary, Germany, Belgium and Spain.]