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Michelangelo's Pizzeria In Ipoh

It has been some time since I last went to Michaelangelo's  for hot crispy pizzas..... We ordered two types and a very sweet dessert, three layers chocolate with caramel and it was so delicious that I forgot to take a picture of the food we took except for one....
A very popular pizza outlet
By the time when we left, people were queuing outside...
Something to remember by....
We ordered two different types...
Crispy and nice.... but I could only take two slices and that's it...
Well, you know me... I am a pure Asian!   LOL...

 

Comments

  1. whoa that pizza looks pretty well done, tho it has burned edges it still looks so yummy

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  2. Oh, I would be in HEAVEN!!! It looks so good! We don't have a pizza place by this name, but our small city must have at least 8 pizza places.

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  3. Ooooo...that pizza looks so good. Wah!!! Come home all the way to eat pizza? Not going for all the nice Ipoh stuff kah?

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  4. Well, the pizza looks great. I, for one like you, a truly pure Asian. Have a great weekend, Claire.

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  5. wow the pizza looks yummy! ipoh really getting more and more nice food!

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  6. Although I like to eat pizza, I also cannot eat more than 2 slices. This pizza must be tastier than those sold by pizza chains.

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  7. Whoa, a camcorder to record! :)

    I can eat and entire pizza (regular) and a small dessert pizza, though I'm not proud of it.

    It always makes me slightly sick the next day.

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  8. me too...the most i can eat is 1 slice of pizza

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  9. I love pizza and this one is so big & thick! YUMMY!

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  10. Hi there, I'm Michael, my wife and I own Michelangelo's Pizzeria and would like to thank you for such a nice post. For the first person who thought the pizza was well done, actually this is a wood fired pizza cooking at 450 degress C. so there will always be charring on such and it is and wanted thing by those who usually eat wood fired pizzas.

    We do hope you will come into our piizeria again sometime soon and once again thank you so much for a nice write up.

    Michael

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