Project Pie at SM North Edsa

I’ve heard about Project Pie months ago when they first opened in Mandaluyong. The idea of making your own customized pizza excites me, but since it’s too far, I’ll have to wait out a bit for a branch to open near my place. Finally, Project Pie opens up a branch in SM North Edsa, it is located at the Upper Ground Floor of the Main Building, beside Cinderella. As expected for a newly opened resto, lines are longer than usual.

Project Pie in SM North Edsa, Main Building

I thought that Project Pie is a Filipino concept just like The Burger Project but I learned that it’s an international franchise, with the first branch in MGM, Las Vegas.

It’s a casual dining place, they don’t take reservations. You have to look for your own table, and then line up to order your pizza.

First order of business, decide what will be the base of your pizza, red or white pizza. Red is tomato-based while white is olive oil-based. After that, it’s up to you decide from a slew of toppings available. To make things easier, they have 7 pre-set pizzas with different toppings. If you order the pre-set pizzas and no customization needed, it’s Php 245. If you’d like to add more toppings to your pizza like more cheese, more bacon, etc, it will be considered as Build Your Own for Php 285. All pizza crusts are 9 inches and is good for 1.

Choose your meat toppings

We had Pizza Number 2 and Number 7, and customized them to our own liking.

Pizza Number 2 originally has red sauce, pepperoni, mozzarella, italian sausage, garlic, and crumbled meatballs. We added jalapenos and roasted bell pepper. I like the kick the jalapeno gives on this one.

Pizza Number 2 with added jalapenos and roasted bell peppers

Pizza Number 7 is olive oil-based with prosciutto, caramelized onions, mozzarella, and parmesan cheese. I added olives and mushrooms. Funny but this tasted like omelette.  Maybe because of the caramelized onions.

Pizza Number 7 with added olives and mushroom

I prefer thin crust pizzas and Project Pie’s crust is just the way I like it. I love how it became toasted with a nice crunch. Just eat it fast because it’s not as yummy once cooled.

Drinks available are soda, different flavors of China Mist iced tea, and Del Monte juices.

Refillable drinks

Local and imported beer, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay are also available.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Php 250

Chardonnay, Php 250

For Php 285 customized pizza, I think lining up for this is worth it. And if your pizza turned out not good as expected, well, try again next time :).

Have you tried Project Pie? Care to share your lethal combo of toppings?

Comments

  1. How I wish they’ll open a branch near me! I’d love to try this place. Pizza is my kryptonite, haha. 🙂

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  2. Can you have an unlimited number of toppings? Franchise pala, I also thought it’s a local concept.

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    Badet Reply:

    Yes Rowena, for 285 you can put all the toppings available.

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  3. It’s been a while since I last visited Project Pie. Hope they’ll open a branch near my office! 🙂

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  4. I have read a lot of reviews and raves about this, but still I have not tried. Pwede kaya unlimited toppings? I have tried a new pizza place that offers unlimited toppings, sulit din! 🙂

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    Rattus Reply:

    Agree we should check them out =)

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    Badet Reply:

    Pwede unli toppings for 285 Ruth.

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  5. I’ve seen Project Pie a number of times, but have yet tried it because it’s always full. NO WONDER! It looks like a very cool place to hang out and dine in with friends or family!

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  6. I’m at SM North Edsa every Sunday and I see this Project Pie every time. So many customers so I am not sure when I’m going to try this.

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    Badet Reply:

    The idea of making your own pizza is worth it so I’d say give it a try Lizzie.

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  7. This is good offer, for adding 85 pesos, you can add more toppings. Likewise, I think this is good concept for pizza restaurants.

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  8. I like to try project pie because of the make your own pizza concept.

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  9. Another pizza place to try although I have to admit that the name “Project Pie” brought images of fruit pies and the like. Glad I read this post.

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  10. I saw Project Pie a couple of times already but I always ended up in other places. hahaha. There’s Project Pie too in Fairview Terraces

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  11. Nice! We get to make our own pizza, with us choosing the toppings! Awesome!

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