Exciting Thin Crust Pizzas from Pizzaderia Kingspoint

Exciting thin crust pizza of Pizzaderia is now available within Kingspoint subdivision community in Barangay Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City.

Pizzaderia well-loved pizzas


Pizzaderia opened for business last April 12, 2021 Monday in a simple ceremony. The pizza is thin crust and 9 known flavors like 3 Cheese, Pepperoni, Hawaiian, Ham and Cheese, All Meat,Beef and Mushroom, All Vegie, Pizzaderia Special and Burger Pizza. This come in two sizes 10 inches and 12 inches.

We decided to order some of their well-loved pizza flavors and just base on their presentation, it is yummy and with a lot of toppings.

All Meat Flavor ( 12 inches ) Php 249.00 per order

The price is reasonable which starts at Php 179 for 10 inches pizza ( ideal for sharing between 1 to 2 people) up to Php 259 for 12 inches pizza ( ideal for sharing between 1 to 4 people). There is also a free small pack of hot sauce from Del Monte.

Among the well-loved flavors includes All Meat, Hawaiian, Pizzaderia Special and Beef and Mushroom.

Hawaiian ( 12 inches ) Php 229 per order

Pizzaderia is a home grown pizza chain which open in North Caloocan on December 2020, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan province on March 2021 and now at Katipunan Avenue within Kingspoint Subdivision also known as SB diversion road in Barangay Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City.

Pizzaderia Special ( 12 inches ) Php 259 per order

Kingspoint Subdivision Community Restaurants

Kingspoint subdivision is a sprawling community in Novaliches where there are dozens of food stalls, restaurants, food parks, carinderias and mobile food stalls are located. The community started to become vibrant among foodies when SB Road or Diversion road a short cut route from Qurino highway, Barangay Talipapa passing several known subdivisions , Kingspoint Subdivision, Goodwill Homes 1, California Subdivision, Sierra Vista, and ending up General Luis Malinis in Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon.

Kingspoint subdivision is a sprawling subdivision which had several food stalls, restaurants, milk tea stores, Amritsari Biryani, Mang Boy Alfredo Lugawan , Down Street Wheels Pares N Bone Marrow, among others.

The delivery areas includes Kingspoint subdivision, El Pueblo , San Pedro IX subdivision, Maloles, Gran Monaco Villas, Kasiyahan Town homes, Goodwill Homes 2 within Barangay Bagbag. Goodwill Homes 1, California Subdivision, Doña Faustina in Barangay San Bartolome, Sierra Vista, Torres Village in Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon and up to Vista Verde Executive Homes ,Barangay Caybiga in North Caloocan with a minimum order and a small delivery charge.

They can also deliver in Barangay Talipapa, Tandang Sora, Saint Charbel up to Santa Quiteria in Caloocan. This is within 5 to 6 kilometer radius from the Kingspoint subdivision also known as ( Sb Road) branch.

We can not wait to come back and buy some of the other flavors!

Note: Prices of the pizzas posted in this website/ blog are subject to change and try to visit their branch or Fb page for more information on their latest promos. The author is not connected or part of the management.

Address: #65 -E Katipunan Avenue (SB Road) Kingspoint Subdivision, Barangay Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City

Operations : 10:00 am to 8:00 pm Everyday

Contact: 0967-3322157


Korean- Japanese Store within Sierra Vista Subdivision in Novaliches

Korean and Japanese food lovers and resellers would be happy to know that there is another retail and wholesale store within Sierra Vista Residential Estate in the heart of Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon, Novaliches in Quezon City.

Korean and Japanese Food Products Store

The wholesale store had their soft opening mid-January 2021 and the author had a chance to visit the outlet early February 2021.

Korean -Japanese Store

Lactobacillus from Taiwan and Suntory drinks for sale

The offers retail and wholesale items which are from South Korea, Taiwan ( ROC) and Japan are well-loved consumer products. These includes Korean kimchi in tab, pocky sticks, ice cream, ice popsicles, samgyupsal grill, cookies, noodles, soy sauce,soft drinks, Korean soju, Japanese rice wine, among other merchandise.

If you are from California Subdivision, Goodwill Homes 1,Doña Faustina Subdivision within Barangay San Bartolome. Vista Verde, Torres Village, Samonte compound within Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon, General Luis street and Barangay Caybiga in North Caloocan, one can purchase these items from the store. There are also customers who came from Barangay Bagbaguin and Paso de Blas in Valenzuela City.

Those who wanted to buy the items in retail may also visit Meat This Way franchise store within Kingspoint subdivision in Barangay Bagbag, Novaliches, Quezon City.

Mr. Lou Alfred Dela Cruz – sales personnel

Note: The store operation depends on the guidelines and enhance community quarantine restrictions imposed by the IATF and local government unit of Quezon City.

Store Outlet:

Lot 11, Block 7, Katipunan Avenue, Sierra Vista Residential Vista, Barangay Nagkaisang Nayon, Novaliches, Quezon City

Operations: Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

A Visit to Saint Joseph the Worker Parish in North Caloocan

We were able to visit one of the parishes which form part of the Archdiocese of Novaliches. Camarin is part of the large Tala estate, which is the former name of the place. That was before Novaliches was formed in 1855.


mid-century houses

Old time residents would refer the old etymology as reference for the clear stars, during night-time.

The locality used to have large storage for grains and rice which is called ” Camarin“. Fruit bearing trees like caimito, duhat, mangoes, santol, jackfruit, saba banana, malunggay and lowland vegetables are commonly planted even up to the late 1980’s.


sari-sari store with local biscuits, candies and toys for sale ( beside Camarin Elementary School )

The population within the area since late 1940’s to early 1970’s continue to grow. There is the growing migration from parts of Novaliches, Caloocan, Quezon City and nearby areas.


cheap toys, plastic toys and school supplies are also sold at this small ambulant store

Some are transient visitors and informal settlers which were relocated in the area during the early 1970’s up the mid- 1990’s. North Caloocan Cityhall annex is also built within few kilometers away to serve the people.


North Caloocan Cityhall compound


Saint Joseph the Worker Parish facade made from cement , adobe and modern stained glass windows


In 1945, after World War II ended, Rev. Fr. Anthony Leo Hofstee, O.P. was assigned Army Chaplain of the American soldiers stationed in the Philippines. In 1953, the construction of the Tala-Barracks church was made possible through his initiative.


Saint Joseph the Worker Parish signage

Old time residents, would recount that a small chapel was made in the mid 1950’s was made from light materials.

Fr. Hofstee requested Dr. Leandro Uyguanco, then the Director of the Central Luzon Sanitarium (now Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital), to donate a portion of the hospital lot where a chapel could be built. At that time, people who lived outside the premises of the leprosarium had to go inside to hear Mass.


main altar

When the Ascension of Our Lord Parish (AOLP) in Lagro, Novaliches was established with Fr. Walter de Vilder, CICM as its first Parish Priest under the jurisdiction of the Ecclesial District of Quezon City, the St. Joseph the Worker Church was placed under AOLP with 11 other Sub-Parishes in Caloocan City.


interior of the parish

Under the auspices of Holy Cross Parish Acting Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Romeo M. Gaviño, SOLT, the Archdiocese of Manila finally decided to establish the St. Joseph the Worker Parish on November 12, 1997 in response to the growing needs and number of the Catholic population.


Saint Joseph and Child Jesus in processional carriage


church cemetery ( located at the right side of the parish church)


newly built niches for the dead people


interiors of the parish

With the advent of the new millennium, more parishioners and people would visit the parish and pray.

Address: St. Joseph Avenue , Barracks II, Tala 1427 Caloocan City

References: Archdiocese of Novaliches

personal communication with the residents of Camarin

leaflets and devotional guide- Saint Joseph the Worker Parish

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