Discovering Amazing Cones

“Let’s try that pizza in cone place,” Rey said.

“The what?” I asked. Did I hear him right? Pizza in a cone?

“I heard there’s this place in New Manila that sells pizza in a cone.”

A quick Google search later, I discover that there is indeed a store that sells pizza in a cone: Amazing Cones. Currently, they only have two branches, one along Doña Hemady in New Manila, and the other at the V-Mall in the Greenhills Shopping Center. With a determination to try something new (and having nothing else better to do), Rey and I headed to Greenhills to find out what the fuss is all about.

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My Feisty Fajita and Rey’s Supremo Italiano

Basically, Amazing Cones’ specialty are their pizzas, which is served in a pita-esque bread, shaped like a cone. The pizza toppings are put inside the cone and topped with mozzarella cheese. The pizza cones come straight from the oven, served in a cone holder to keep it upright. The cones were hot, and because its shape, the heat is retained longer. You’d have to nibble through the gooey mozzarella to help the pizza toppings cool.

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Amazing Ice

Amazing Cones offer a variety of pizza flavors ranging from the familiar to combinations you’d only find in specialty pizza places. I had the Feisty Fajita, which was a refreshing change from the traditional pizza topping with its combination of chicken, bell pepper, onions, cilantro, cheese sauce and mozzarella. Priced between Php 70 – 80 for each cone, it’s decently priced. The cones aren’t too big though, equivalent to one slice of pizza.

We each had Black Gulaman Amazing Ice to go with our pizza cones, and an Amazing Swirl Kool Twist & Amazing Swirl Crunchi Creme for dessert. Priced at Php 60, I didn’t find the Amazing Ice a good value, specially since the large cup wasn’t large at all and I didn’t like its taste (and mind you, I LOVE gulaman). My Kool Twist in its regular cone costs Php 65, while Rey’s Crunchi Creme was priced at Php 80 and comes in a Belgian Waffle cone. As you can see in the picture, they were very generous with the ice cream. The ice cream was creamy indeed, and each order can be shared.

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Amazing Swirl

The concept is cute and intriguing. I loved the Feisty Fajita and the ice cream cone (though I doubt I’d be eating ice cream again anytime soon). I’m definitely going back to try the other flavors.

Amazing Cones
#11 Doña Hemady Street
New Manila, Quezon City
Phone: (632) 4165299 / 7241402
Fax: (632) 7227904

Unit V118 G/F V-Mall Building
Greeenhills Shopping Center, San Juan

14 thoughts on “Discovering Amazing Cones”

  1. Amazing concept really! Natuwa ako sa cones, hmmmm why haven’t I thought of that…If a pizza slice is rolled, nagiging cone ba? =D The Swirl foto is tempting infairness…

  2. There’s an Amazing Cones branch in Greenhills. Imho, it’s not that good. The cone is matigas. And konti lang yung filling. There’s a yummy doughnut store in Greenhills maybe you should do a review (if you haven’t). It’s called cello, if I’m not mistaken. Anyway, nice webby. Looking forward to more reviews!

  3. Kaoko: Schedule a date when you’re free, and we’ll take you on a QC food tour 😀

    Arpee: No problemo! Thank you din sa tip about the Korean Restaurant in QC 😀

    Meikah: It’s worth a try naman. Masarap ang filling nila 😀

    Fran: Pasta in a cone?? Really? Ma-try nga yan next time!

    Vic: It was 🙂

    Karissa: I tried Cello’s na. It was good, but it’s not a taste I crave for :-/

  4. Sa sarap ng hitsura nyan namali mali na ko ng type…haha iniisip ko pala ung word na ginagamit in lieu of in fairness….fairview pala wahahaha. Bakit ba nasa pinas lahat ng masarap n food =D (inggit!)

  5. I have tried it and its definitely delicious!! Kind of pricey but its WELL WORTH IT. Yummy cheese and tasty flavors it all makes up for the traffic I went through to get it!

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