Skip to main content

A Fusion of Something Special and Organic


It was our 11th wedding anniversary last February 17. We decided to celebrate the day before because our anniversary fell on a Friday where shops, restaurants and most establishments open at 4pm. We cannot stay out late on Fridays. I have to get up before 6 am the following day to prepare our breakfast and the kids' and hubby's packed lunches. Saturday is like Monday in the Philippines, the start of school and work week.

We decided to eat at Pizza Fusion, located along Thalateen (30) Street. It boasts of fresh and delicious food made from organically grown ingredients.





We ordered Banana Berry Shake and Strawberry Frost but they were not offered at that time. The wait staff explained that when the organic ingredients are not available, they'd rather not serve the order than make them from inorganic produce. Wow, hats off to their strict compliance to their slogan: Fresh, Organic and Earth Friendly! It's responsibility first before profitability for them. I hope many food establishments will follow suit.

Will we eat there again? Definitely yes. We're glad we chose it over a famous pizza restaurant here. Pizza Fusion is one earth-friendly and health-conscious restaurant!

Comments

Farida said…
Hi Beth, thanks for linking up with me.

Organic dishes are becoming famous everywhere and I must admit, though it is more costly, the benefits are better for our bodies too. I'm glad you enjoyed the fab dishes displayed on your entry. They sure look delicious.

Take care and God bless!
Beth said…
@Farida: Yes more expensive! I just wish I have more money to buy them or even grow them. Maybe when I retire, I'll start an organic garden. *Wishes.

Thanks for the link up! :)
chubskulit said…
Hmmnnnn tsalap tsalap naman, makes me want to expedite my breakfast.. Cooking here at the same time blogging.. addict baga hehehe.

Added this blog to my travel blog Beth. INgat lagi!
Enchie said…
you give Saturdays a different meaning. Even if it's the start for another busy week, it's nice that you guys were able to eat in a healthy restaurant and even shared it with us... Everything looks good!
Beth said…
Hi Enchie, I love eating in restaurants! I get to taste new dishes and try them at home. :)
Beth said…
Yes, Rose. With more than five blogs, hehehe I can say you're addict nga. :) Thanks for adding me up! :)
The pizza look very appetizing!
And if he says an Italian...

:-)
Beth said…
The pizza is delicious and healthy!

Thanks for dropping by, Francesco! I didn't expect that you will return the favor when I visited your blog. I was just amazed by your pics. Thanks again.

Popular posts from this blog

Star City, Riyadh

It's the start of Gabby and Sunday's vacation! And I'm back to the things that I always take for granted: reading and blogging. I've always looked forward to posting here but life has been a whirlwind for the past months. Gabby graduated from primary school and will be in high school this June. Yes, you read it right. I now have a high school kid. How time flies! I got so sick after that and was rushed to the ER and was given antibacterial medicines intravenously. But now, I'm back and raring to blog again.

Prince Salman Science Oasis, Riyadh

Don't think that I don't like my job when I tell you that I took a leave of absence just to accompany my daughter to her field trip. I do love my job. But my daughter is growing up fast and I don't want to miss the chances of being with her on times she asks me to.

Ever read or heard about the famous deathbed regret quote? It says, “No man ever said on his deathbed, ‘I wish I had spent more time in the office.'” That thought reminds me to always have time for my family, no matter how busy I am at work. So on times I need to choose between being a mom and an office employee, I always choose the former. And I haven't regretted that choice since I started making it.

Let me be honest here. One of the reasons I went to that field trip was to check out places that aren't included in my must-go-to list here in Riyadh. I am so sure museums and exhibition centers are way below your list too, if they're there at all.



*Prince Salman Science Oasis (PSSO) is a non-pr…

A Day in Baher Villas, Al Khobar

The school opened last June and the kids are now busy studying, doing homework and projects. I'm happy that I wouldn't have to think of things for my kids to do just like what I've said here. My kids love to go to beaches on their vacations from school. And because we didn't go to the Philippines this year, Fred and I thought of bringing them to a beach resort here to bust their boredom and change their environment even for just a day or two.