Yep, we're ready too.
We arrived at the mall quite a bit before the restaurant opened. They don't start serving until 7:30pm. So, we did a little shopping. One day I'll show you more of the mall. I had originally meant to do this today, but didn't get the pictures of the mall that I wanted. Something about having a few kids in tow hinders that. ☺
Many pizza restaurants here will serve Rodizio style, where they bring different types of pizza to your table until you turn a card over that says you are done. It's kind of like a buffet, but they just bring it to you instead of going up to a buffet to serve yourself. We've also been told that you can request for them to make a certain type of pizza.
Allie thought it was delicious.
Bethany ate more than Allie.
Judah just stuck with the crust. I guess it was too much cheese for him.
Now, remember when I said something earlier in this post about a card that you turn over to tell them when you're done. Well, at this restaurant they had a card that you turn over if you're ready for dessert pizza. When we turned over that card, this is what they brought to us. Brigadeiro pizza. If I would have known this existed I think I would have opted out of the meal and just went on to dessert. It was by far the best dessert pizza I've ever had. DEElicious!
Bethany was a little bit excited about the chocolate pizza.
YOU! Give me more chocolate pizza!
Allie loved hers too!
Leaving the restaurant we had to get a picture of Allie and Bethany with the Serra girl to help us remember our memorable occasion.
With the exception of a couple of homemade pizzas this was the first time we have had pizza since we came to Brazil. Yes, almost one year without pizza. This is quite startling. Oh, how I miss Little Ceasar's, Papa John's, Pizza Hut, and even Dominoes... if you ever come to visit me maybe you could try bringing one of those restaurants with you. ☺