Boracay’s Famous Four-Cheese Pizza and Oyster Sisig Are Now in Metro Manila

Get ready to drool over this pizza!
the ITMIRO Oyster Bar & Kitchen version of Two Season's Boracay's famed Four-Cheese Pizza
Photo by Facebook/Itmiro Oyster Bar & Kitchen

Two Seasons Boracay’s Four Cheese Pizza has loooong been synonymous with the tropical paradise that is Boracay. They always say one should never leave the island without trying it, but now, you can get that quadruple cheesy fix without having to board a plane, embark on a boat, or ride a bus.

No, this is not a drill: Two Seasons Boracay’s famous Four Cheese Pizza (and the restaurant’s other bestsellers) are now available in Metro Manila.

Here’s where you can buy Two Seasons Boracay’s Four Cheese Pizza in Metro Manila:

In a Facebook post by restaurant ITMIRO Oyster Bar & Kitchen, a photo of the iconic pizza topped with four kinds of cheeses—namely Blue, Cheddar, Mozzarella, and Parmesan—is accompanied by a caption stating that the long wait is over and that “Two Season’s Boracay’s famed Four-Cheese Pizza is now here in Manila. No more FOMO.”

Upon further snooping around, the Mandaluyong-based restaurant is offering the Boracay staple for P695 for a 10-inch pizza, and P930 for a 12-inch pizza. It’s slightly pricier compared to the ones sold on the island, but it can easily be overlooked if one takes into consideration that there’s no need to book flights, boat transfers, and accommodation. Thankfully, our wallets can finally breathe a little!

And it’s not just the Four-Cheese Pizza that’s made its way to the Metro all the way from Boracay. Two Season’s equally-famous Oyster Sisig (P475) is also available at ITMIRO. It’s the same chopped-up Aklan oysters served sizzling hot with slices of onion and pepper, dressed in mayonnaise (mayo haters, step aside!), and topped with egg.

oyster sisig from Two Seasons Boracay
The famous Oyster Sisig Is also available! | Photo By Facebook/Two Seasons Boracay

Other items on the menu include thin-crust pizzas such as Pepperoni Pizza (price starts at P690); pasta bowls like the Black Truffle (P795); main dishes including the Crab Omelette Fried Rice (P620), and Ribs & Tendon Stew (P850); appetizers namely the Salpicao (P625) and Drunken Mussels (P595); and more dishes using Aklan oysters and Japan oysters. For refreshments, the bar serves classic cocktails and hard liquor on the rocks, among other things.

the food of Itmiro Oyster Bar & Kitchen
Check out the food you can order at Itmiro. | Photo by Facebook/Itmiro Oyster Bar & Kitchen

ITMIRO brings Two Seasons Boracay’s bestselling food to Metro Manila: 

Are you also wondering, “Who is ITMIRO and is it really the same pizza from Boracay?” Don’t worry, we gotcha.


In two separate calls made with ITMIRO Oyster Bar & Kitchen and Two Seasons Boracay, we were able to confirm that the two establishments are surprisingly affiliated. ITMIRO says that the bar-restaurant is owned and operated by Two Seasons Boracay, and Two Seasons Boracay says (non-verbatim) that whoever is handling the pizzas at ITMIRO is the same one from the Boracay resort.

Rest assured, this is not fake news. This is literally the closest, the shortest shortcut we can get to feasting on slices of the Four-Cheese Pizza and spoonfuls of Oyster Sisig without traveling to Boracay.

ITMIRO Bar & Restaurant is at 656 Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong, Philippines. For more information, check out ITMIRO Bar & Restaurant’s Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Minor edits have been made by editors.


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