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There’s a new craze now, aside from Siomai sa Tisa in Fuente or Larsian’s Barbecue, it’s called Alberto’s Pizza. My colleagues and even my boss told us that there’s a pizza place in town that’s fairly new and has good tasting pizza; not to mention the cost is way cheaper than Da Vinci’s Pizza.

So during out lunch, we went out to eat there. I was too tired that I didn’t even care so long as I could get my stomach full cause I didn’t have enough sleep for the past 2 days due to the enrollment process.

Anyway, indeed the pizza was very affordable. You can get a 9″ pizza for as low as 75 bucks. We chose the 11″ of course since there were many of us. You can choose between Mozzarella or QuickMelt Cheese and we chose the latter because that’s what one of our team mates recommended.

They’re even open until 2am and even at that hour, there are still a lot of people who’d drop by and order. To think that they just started, Alberto’s pizza business is really booming; look at what a word of mouth can bring.

Alberto’s Pizza
B. Rodriguez Street, Cebu City.
In front of Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center.
Contact Number: (032) 414-4798

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Alberto’s Pizza, Cebu

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Menu Alberto’s Pizza box

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Bacon and Cheese

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Beef and Mushroom

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Hawaiian Pizza

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Alberto’s FullHouse Pizza

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Alberto’s Pizzas, cheap but good!

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small but getting big.

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near the streets

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Alberto’s pizza: jam-packed.



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16 comments… add one
  • cham

    i used to visit alberto’s pizza before and the place was soooo ordinary. it looks like a cheap carenderia. their ceiling was made of egg trays and their tables were sponsored by coke…but their pizza tastes so good and it’s way cheaper. 😉 it’s a craze here in the office too where we always up for delivery every time we get hungry 😉

    • Edcel

      cham: now i believe alberto’s pizza has already expanded. you’d actually have to get a priority number sometimes because of the number of people waiting in line. thanks for dropping by!

  • AJERICA SANCHEZ

    I FIRST TASTED ALBERTO’S PIZZA IN MY COLLEAGUES ROOM AT CENTURY PLAZA HOTEL…AT FIRST I DON’T FEEL LIKE EATING BECAUSE IT LOOKED SO ORDINARY BUT BECAUSE I WAS VERY HUNGRY,I GAVE IT A TRY..AND WOW!!IT TASTED REALLY GOOD..AND IT’S WAY CHEAPER..SO FROM THEN ON,MY FRIENDS AND I HAVE IT MOST OF THE TIME…TRY IT GUYS!!!EAT LOT…AND SAVE MORE!!!

  • Edcel

    AJERICA: for the price, you’re definitely going to get your money’s worth. I heard Alberto”s pizza is expanding (or has already expanded?). Anyway, thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment! 🙂

  • dref

    i just spoke to their owner.. and they told me that they will be opening a branch in Paseo near Sykes…

  • Edcel

    dref: thanks for that update dref! they already have a branch near Fuente, one in Panagdait, and one in San Carlos main. They’re expanding fast! Thanks for dropping by my site!

  • hyacinth

    hi.. where in san carlos main.? is it near jollibbee?

    • Edcel

      hyacinth: hi, yeah, it’s very near jobee. it’s in front of san carlos main, on the right side if you’re facing the school. also, it’s at the back of copytrade? you can’t miss it, everybody knows it there. 🙂 thanks.

  • Del Rosario Customer

    Nothing but bad experiences from this pizza place. When delivered, pizza is cold. When called, they are too busy playing and laughing with each other to take my order. I was once told they run out of mozarella cheese. How can a pizza place run out of mozarella cheese?

    • Edcel

      sheesh, that’s not a good experience. i didn’t know that they treated you like that. it’s been awhile since i last went to alberto’s pizza, after the alleged scandal because of stomach problems after a few people ate pizza here. oh well.

  • wayneyap

    biliba nko ani nga pizzahan oi. bsan sa nahitabo, going strong pmn ghapon. sa ako ihap kay 10 branches na tanan. pila kha franchise fee nila? daghan mn ghapon tao although dili njd pareha sa una. nkwaan jd costumer labi na sa brodriguez. dili pareha sa una nga kda agi nko galinya ang tao. pero i think tungod sad sa kdaghan nangabli rn nga bago nga pizzahan labi na nga parepareha ug presyo sa Alberto’s.

    • Edcel

      yeah, daghan na jud pizza stores and nag open. I haven’t tasted Alberto’s in a very long time na.

  • Dion

    =) wow.. yummy pizza from cebu. i was able to get a chance to have a taste of it while on a vacation in cebu city last september 2008 and from then on i dont miss having Alberto’s if im in cebu. 🙂 kelan b magkk-alberto’s dito s manila? any plans? Thank y’all!

    • Edcel

      haha. i dunno about the franchise for alberto’s but when you think about how they started, i don’t think it’s not that costly. but i think the pizza clicked because of the kind of market that they were able to target: people who want good food at cheap prices. hehe

  • eva e. yangyang

    gud a.m. i'm from maigo, lanao del norte. everytime i go 2 iligan city w/ my son we go 2 alberto's pizza coz we liked it so much d tasted & affordable price that anyone can buy it. and i have an idea that i want to be part of this kind of business and how can i franchise? i have my own commercial bldg near at MSU college, high sch. & in municipal hall. tnx & god bless…

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