Do it yourself Pizza at Mad for Pizza Il Terrazo

Filipino tummies are insatiable. From Luxurious Food Buffets, Pasta all you can, bottomless iced tea, soups and salad, and pizza toppings all you can, We all love things that can make our tummies happy while getting a bang for our buck.

Mad for Pizza is one of those pizza parlors who offer Do-it-yourself pizza with an affordable price. Located at Il Terrazo Tomas Morato Quezon City, surely people from the northern side wil flock the area for their yummy and very affordable dishes.

Aside from DIY pizza, Mad for Pizza also offers other dish and drink selection to complete your meal. Here are some of them:


House Salad (Php158)

Their salad is simple and tasty. Fresh fruits with a mix of fresh greens and hard boiled egg.

Nachos (Php178)

Their nachos are overloaded and looked exactly like that in the picture. Best paired with their good selection fo drinks for a night cap.

Disco Fries (Php188)

Fries need not to be boring with Mad for Pizza's disco fries. It's the same toppings as the nachos but even better because it goes along with the fries.

Beef Stew Pasta (Php188)

The Beef stew pasta tasted okay. Mad for Pizza does not scrimp on ingredients which makes anything you order a value for your money.

Amboy "Angus Beef Belly" in Adobo Sauce (Php198)

This is something I'll definitely be going back for (aside from their pizza toppings all you can). Tender Angus beef belly for less that Php200 pesos is surely something you wouldn't see elsewhere. The serving is good for one hungry belly and two average person.

Classic Fish and Chips (Php198)

This dish paled in comparison with the meat dishes. But for people in a stricter diet, this is a good option to order.


What I loved about Mad for Pizza is the selection of dough that is made into thin crusted pizza. As you know, I prefer thin crusted pizza to have more emphasis on the taste the toppings. Here are thre pre-made pizza you can choose from, if you are having second thoughts on how your pizza will taste if you DIY it.

Anya's Creation (Php250)

Anya's Creation consists of creamy white-sauce-based shrimp and garlic pizza. This is savoringly good.

Justin's Favorite (Php250)

Justin's Favorite is made of Mozarella, parmesan, cheddar peperoni, bacon, sausage and meatball crumble. This pizza will be loved by meat lovers out there.

Andross's Choice (Php250)

Andross's Choice is made of Mozarella, parmesan cheese, feta ham and pineapple. I consider this their version of hawiian because of the pineapples.

I wouldn't miss the chance to make my own pizza. With a lot of toppings to choose from, I asked the man behind the counter if I could split one pizza into two different flavor, and he agreed. Yes! So, I decided to go all out on cheese and a good all meat pizza. Here's what I came up with:

My Custom Pizza Php300

I asked for the white sauce to be topped with all their 9 cheeses (Mozzarella, Parmesan, romano, Asiago, Cream Cheese, Cheddar, Blue Cheese, Feta and Provolone). It was a party in my mouth with creamy goodness! It was so good specially when I ate it fresh  from the oven. I'm currently salivating while trying to describe to you how good it was.

The All-Meat side is a combination of Ground Meat, Italian Sausage, Grilled Chicken, Pepperoni, steak Bits, Ham and Bacon with a bit of cheese on top. I did something funny and sandwiched the all meat slice with the all cheese and it was good as well. I love a good savory pizza!


Bannoffee Cubbler (Php88)

These two desserts are also simple but will surely satiate your craving for something sweet. I loved both desserts. Affordable and sweet just the way I like it.

Panna Cota (Php88)

Overall, Mad for Pizza is a more affordable option if you want a custom pizza. You get the value for you money. Try their Tennessee Ribs and Angus Beef Belly! You wouldn't get that delicious meat for the same price anywhere.

Mad for Pizza
2/F Il Terrazzo Building
Tomas Morato Ave. corner Scout Madriñan St. Quezon City
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