Posted by: twisted sunshine | November 13, 2008

Amazing Cones

Rushers invade Amazing Cones along Hemady Avenue.

Amazing Cones is “Pizza in a Cone” in which the dough is specially formulated to be malleable enough to form a cone without cracking and without a hole at the bottom, thus making it drip free at all times. its various fillings are a mixture of the classic (e.g. pepperoni, hawaiian, etc) and the novel (e.g. fajitas, longganiza mushroom, etc.). crispy and savory, these cones are baked in a patented design oven and may be reheated in a microwave oven without losing the crispness. pizza lovers will enjoy the convenience of holding on to the pizza cone, whether they are at work, at the movies, driving a car, or even while shopping! they taste delicious from start to finish.

This is the counter and the menu board is on the side. They have a wide variety of pizza flavors.

The rushers waiting for their orders while writing on JDV’s birthday card.

Most of their pizza cones look alike… you’d see the difference once you’ve taken a bite into it. This one is “Everything But the Sink”. It has pepperoni, italian sausage, beef, mushrooms, pineapple, bell pepper, onions, tomato sauce, mozzarella.

I wish they had put more mozzarella IN the pizza, not only on top. I like the taste of the pizza cone but as you go nearer the tip, the fillings are only extenders.

They have a huge LCD screen at the back of the store. It showcases their products and their recent food exhibit in China.

Not only do they serve pizzas, they also serve ice cream!!! (which is typically on a cone)

source: http://www.amazingcones.com

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