3M pizza branch in Los Banos is great. They have the smallest space in front of the mall but the customers doesnt bother just to get a slice from them. It is very affordable yet very pinoy taste. Every flavor is worth tasting and you might not want to go home without a take out!
If you're craving for pizza but have less than a hundred pesos left in your pocket, go for 3M. It's not the best pizza but it isn't the worst either. What's important is, it's affordable and it hits the spot. I especially like the Meat Sauce Pizza flavor. It's kind of like a sloppy joe but it's a pizza.
3M Pizza has a sentimental taste for a true pinoy. It brings back childhood memories. After nap time back when I was small, this is usually our snack with my favorite softdrinks. It is crunchy and saucy too, tastes good. Iba ang unang tikim!!!
Siguro kung wala na talagang choice at ito na lang ang nagiisang pizza parlor na available, kakain ako rito. But honestly, masarap lang siya pag gutom ka. Reminds me of the pizza snacks we feed to our students hehe. Hindi na naupgrade yung lasa. Boring. Masa.
Memories of eating 3M Pizza have sentimental value to me. I remembered having a 3M Pizza 7 doors away from my family's first apartment in Shaw Blvd Mandaluyong, across Goldilocks, way back during the 80's. The homemade taste of 3M pizza cannot be tasted from the gourmet and commercial types offered by bigger brands, and I think that was its big advantage. It's reasonably priced, and best eaten when fresh from the oven, because the cheese just really melts whatever flavor is ordered. I especially like the garden fresh flavor but other flavors are equally worth trying because they appeal to Filipino tastebuds. The tomato sauce being used is a reminisce of homemade spaghetti sauce but carefully blended with different toppings and that melted cheese on top.