Friday, February 21, 2020

Sicily Italian Cuisine and Woodfire Pizzas: Where Great Pizzas are Born

If you're in Bohol and are craving for Italian food, Sicily Italian Cuisine, and Woodfire Pizzas might just be the place for you.

Here you can see my happy friend from The Boholana. She is inside the airconditioned area of the restaurant.

These cold cuts were good. It was my first plate of cold cuts but I enjoyed it. I also loved the bread that went with it. Perfect with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.


They also have an outdoor area if you are not fond of airconditioned places.


The salmon was also wonderful.

I never had the chance to eat the shrimp but I saw my friends eating them and they all liked it.

And of course, the Sicily Pizza fresh from their woodfire oven.


I am no wine expert but I liked it. Not too sweet.


This man looked so happy looking after the pizza's and bread he was baking. Who does not want to be surrounded by such lovely staff?


I personally loved their pizzas and the place is really nice. There is parking space and it is just on the highway. Although it is in Panglao Island, it is not too far from Tagbilaran City. You should stop by during one of your adventures in Panglao. For directions on Google Maps, click here.

For more info you can check out these links:
Facebook:Sicily Italian Cuisine & Woodfire Pizzas
Trip Advisor:Sicily Italian & Wood Fire Pizza
Instagram:@sicily.bohol

4 comments:

  1. That looks delicious!

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  2. Galaway jd kaayo kos shrimp, but I never had the chance pd to eat. Hadlok ko mangatol haha

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    1. i heard lami daw. hahahaha. I was not able to taste the shrimp but I was able to eat the other stuff that went with the shrimp dish. It was so good I could only imagine how good the shrimp must have been. ^_^

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