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Pizza From Michelangelo, Ipoh

EAST AND WEST.... two dinners on two different days.

Young man asked for Pizza again, this time not homemade ones but from the real Pizza shop called Michelangelo.  Used to be packed with patrons when they first opened a number of years ago, at least 6-7 years back.  Then in the recent years, Ipoh cafes started to increase numbers and they kind of affected this Pizza restaurant.  During MCO, it was closed and only reopened last week.  Young man wanted Dominoes and aunty here wanted Michelangelo... and of course, the payer decides....
I ordered Half and Half... 
Two different types of pizza... 
but more or less the same.... 
He likes bacon with eggs....
And I had sweet and salty bacon... 
But how much can I eat... 
I just had two pieces for dinner... and I'm good...
And the rest of the pizza?
All went into his endless tummy!

Comments

  1. Looks so tasty! Two slices are max for me too. Did u eat a slice of each or both are slices of sweet and salty bacon?

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  2. Your young man must be extremely happy!

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  3. Looks good, so lucky the young man being well fed by you. LOL!!!

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  4. I love pizza from Pizza Hut. Maybe, we will have it today. Thanks for the reminder. Lol.

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  5. Yum, it has a lot of cheese. We love Dominoes!

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  6. Looks good! I can eat one all by myself hee..hee..

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  7. young man must be so happy to finish off the pizza. Good that he is around so that it doesn't get wasted. Long time since I last had pizza...Thinking of ordering it one day.

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  8. You just made me have craving for pizza again, maybe will order it one of these days. But i hv no young man to share the pizza with me leh, my mom not into pizza.

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  9. How I wish I am your nephew with such a generous aunty! This is my first time seeing eggs in a pizza! OMG!

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