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    Ensogo Cebu is currently processing over-the-counter payments via BPI only. Virtual payments like Credit Cards, Paypal and Bancnet are also accepted.
    • Voucher is valid for one (1) order of Calzone Pizza, any flavor, at Ryan’s Pizzarelli House.
    • Voucher is valid for three (3) months, from September 5, 2011 to December 5, 2011.
    • Unlimited voucher purchase per person
    • Only one (1) voucher may be used per person/visit.
    • For a group of five (5) or less, a maximum of two (2) vouchers may be used per visit.
    • Vouchers are valid for dine-in only.
    • Standard Ensogo Terms:
       • Voucher is transferable and may be given as gift.
       • Price is inclusive of all service charge and VAT.
       • All paid transactions are non refundable.
       • Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any discount card or promotion.
       • Voucher is valid as a discount coupon
       • Failure to redeem vouchers within validity period will render the voucher invalid.
    • Store Operating Hours: Mondays thru Saturday 10:00 AM -11:00 PM
    • Vouchers are valid for use on special occasions and public holidays.
    • Walk-in voucher-holders may be honored during off-peak hours (still subject to slot availability). However, merchant suggests that you make reservations at least a day prior to promo redemption.
    • Cancellation of reservation must be made a day before the set appointment.
    • Please provide your voucher serial numbers upon reservation and present your Ensogo vouchers upon arrival at the establishment.
    • For inquiries and reservations, please contact:
    • Landline: (032) 347 - 88830 / (032) 347 - 8827 / (032) 354 - 9475
    • Mobile: 0922 – 7627990 / 0922 - 8009878

    Highlights:

    • Take your pizza, turn it inside out and share via Ryan’s Pizarelli House’s treat on their unforgettable Calzones—legendary stuffed pizzas that will turn your world upside down.
    • Grapple over these belly-busting Calzone flavors:
       • Throwdown Calzone – try this mix with a double fist: beef, bologna, salami, chorizo bilbao, mushrooms, green and red bell peppers, and onions
       • Clinch Calzone – keep it tight with beef, tuna, green bell peppers, mushrooms and egg
       • Heavyweight Calzone – pack on the pounds with ham, mushrooms, bell peppers and onions
       • Tapout Calzone – never give up on sausage and mushroom
       • Romantico Calzone – get sweet and savory via loads of ham, premium beef, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers and egg
       • Meaty Calzone – unthinkably meaty
       • Sprawl Calzone – slump on the floor after an encounter with this group: pepperoni, bacon, beef, onion, bell peppers and egg
       • Gladiator Calzone – combat hunger with surprises of pepperoni, ham, beef, mushrooms and chorizo
    • If your tummy can handle more, RPH also serves 14-inch pizzas in a variety of 21 flavors.
    • A must-try is their dessert pie called Choco Banana Pizza – a round of delight featuring luscious chocolate sauce lazed over perfectly baked dough topped with choco chips, marshmallows and fresh bananas.

    Location:
    Ryan’s Pizzarelli House
    181- D Maria Christina Ext. Brgy. Camputhaw, Cebu (Near Sacred Heart School for Girls)

    For reservations, please contact:
    Phone #: Landline: (032) 347 - 88830 / (032) 347 - 8827 / (032) 354 -9475
    Mobile: 0922 - 7627990/ 0922 - 8009878

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    About Ryan’s Pizzarelli House :

    Calzone owes its existence from the world-famous pizza but it seems like the protégé is stepping up against its superior. Which fares more when it comes to popularity, flavour and size? For fast eats, the calzone is actually easier to consume because of its turnover features; pizza toppings in turn tend to fall off or separate from the dough while making its way to your mouth. The calzone seals in more flavour since the dough can hold up more surprising ingredients than the usual round pizza. When it comes to size, the largest pizza recorded in 2010 was 121-feet in diameter. Calzones are usually made with sizes ranging from a handful to monster versions. The pizza has long been a star in its own right while the calzone is still making its own name. What do you think? Bring your friends over at Ryan’s Pizzarelli House and decide which dough-y dish is best as you chomp on generous servings of action-packed calzones for half the price.

    Ryan’s Pizzarelli House’s seemingly nondescript location did not stop Cebu’s foodies from finding this gem of a pizza place. Thanks to its regionally famous pizza and calzone, this pizza parlor is now a must-visit among those who have heard or read of the buzz created by none other than the RPH fanatics. RPH owner Ryan Yu takes inspiration from his favourite things like mixed martial arts – RPH’s delightfully-packed calzones are named with references to MMA. What makes RPH a good eat is the ‘quality and quantity’ of its Italian fare that blends well with the place’s humble set up of chairs and tables and a friendly photo wall.


    Reviews

    Ryan's Heavyweight Calzone lives up to its name. The calzone is so big, you can re-create the solar system on it. On one serving, you will find a generous amount of ham, mushrooms, bell peppers and onions. All these with a big splash of cheese."

    - Jason, Source Link

    They pack each delicious pizza turnover with generous portions of ground meat, ham, vegetables, spices, and cheese. Each is reasonably priced too, which would probably give versions of other chi-chi gourmet pizza restaurants a run for their money."

    - Brennan Mercado, Source Link

    This was really cheesy (Gladiator Calzone). As soon as they served the slices, dribbles of cheese literally oozed out of the crust pockets. Pepperoni, ham, beef, mushroom, and chorizo filled this calzone – perhaps enough indeed to satiate a gladiator’s hunger. Again, I leaned towards its subtle blend of spicy, savory and sweet, making it my favorite calzone of the night."

    - Kathyacaps, Source Link

    I’m not really a fan of pizza but I have these criteria on what a good pizza for me: thin crust, not oily, loads of toppings and cheese. Ryan’s pizza fits the bill perfectly. The bread alone also has a buttery taste to it, the cheesy taste does not overpower the texture and taste of other ingredients."

    - Goldie Merin, Source Link

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    Reviews

    The battle between the pizza and the calzone begins at Ryan’s Pizzarelli House – or just forget about it and consume your share of their delish take on calzones for half the price.