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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Pizza Night

This past Friday, we decided to order in a pizza for our dinner. We use Pizza Olivera in Atenas, open from 10:00am to 10:00pm, express 2446-5930. They are located west of Banco Nacional.

We have ordered from them before - the pizza was very good and delivery was prompt, the pizza arriving by taxi.

Lance placed both orders and said the first call was Spanish speaking only and the second call was Spanish with some English.

Since we liked our first pizza so much, we ordered the same again which was the Olivera Especial, grande, 16 slices. Price 6,900 colones (about $13.00) plus whatever tip is given to the taxi driver. This is one big pizza, loaded with cheese, ham, ground beef, mushrooms, pepperoni, red peppers, onions and something called locineta and I can't find a translation for that word.

So far, we have had two meals (four servings) with this pizza and the remainder is in the freezer for one more meal for two people. Our $13.00 pizza has/will provide us with six portions at a cost of about $2.16 per portion. An excellent bargain and yummy to boot.




Linda said...

This looks really good. Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. :)

Diana Miskell said...

Hi Linda. How is your weather?

Diana Miskell said...

By the way, "locineta" was a typo on the pizza flyer. A friend told me it should have read "tocineta" - bacon!