Hey upper east siders, kidding. Since it’s Gossip girl anniversary I’ve been been watching it since the end of August and how ironic that Yellow Cab launches New York’s roster of legendary pizza.
Yellow Cab introduces it’s gastronomical flavors from New York’s 5 boroughs – Brooklyn, Manhattan, The Bronx,
Queens & Staten Island will all be available starting on SEPTEMBER 5, 2018 – JANUARY 31, 2019
Regular – P499 | Large P759 | New Yorker size P999 (available dine-in, take out and delivery).
5 Boroughs Pizza:
The Queens Oriental Chicken Pizza brings to the palate a unique flavor profile with its’ combination of chicken, mushrooms, onions and pineapple, topped with spring onions and cilantro, with a sweet and tangy Oriental sauce base.
•MANHATTAN STEAK AND EGG PIZZA: steak strips, eggs douched in steak sauce, onions and green peppers. This is my personal favorite among all it’s like a savoury-sweet eggs-ben on a pizza (That’s my take).
For those craving for something more sophisticated, there’s the Manhattan Steak & Eggs Pizza. Reminiscent of the borough considered as the “center of the universe,” this variant brings together a classy mix of steak strips and eggs doused in steak sauce and topped with onions and green bell peppers.
The hip culture of Brooklyn is captured in a hefty serving of Brooklyn Spicy Seafood Pizza. It is loaded with spicy Jalapeño peppers, shrimps, crabsticks, onions, green bell peppers, tomatoes and capers.
Bronx Creamy Mushroom Pizza, Yellow Cab’s first white sauce based pizza brings to fore the intense flavor of the tough and edgy community of the Bronx. This tasty variant is a creamy mix of mushroom, chicken, olives and green bell peppers.
• Lower Photo – STATEN ISLAND BASIL & RICOTTA: crushed tomatoes, 3 cheeses and basil.
Finally, there’s Staten Island Basil & Ricotta Pizza which features crushed tomatoes topped with three cheeses and basil. This hefty mix is Yellow Cab’s Margherita Pizza with a twist, and is reflective of the more laid-back and chill atmosphere of the suburban community that has been the trademark of Staten Island.