Dapo at Tisa

77 Lilac St., SSS Village, Marikina, Metro Manila

Dapo at Tisa
4.5 Stars

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  • 3 stars 1
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Will F.
5.0 Stars

If you are vegetarian why don’t you try it.

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Aileen L.
5.0 Stars

Addition to the growing list of a must try home grown Filipino restaurant at the famous Lilac Street at my beloved city of Marikina.127860

Located at 77 Lilac St. SSSS village Marikina City.

Went here last January 15 with fam for our Sunday lunch. We've been passing by here prior to our visit and we didn't expect that it would be one of the Resto that I will really recommend to family and friends.

It's like a family home covered to a restaurant. It really has a nice ambience perfect for family gatherings. We had Bulalo, sizzling blue marlin and sisig. We had a lot of extra rice, so you know what it means, we enjoy every viand that we order.

Excellent service, generous servings and price is affordable. Can't wait to try their best seller kare-kare on our next visit and other dishes too looks delicious 128523127860

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Kat P.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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3.0 Stars

Dapo means orchid and Tisa means bricks. True to its name, the interiors of this former residence turned restaurant is thematically bricks with plastic plants crawling over it.

This new restaurant along Lilac street in Marikina just recently opened and people are already flocking inside. After a yoga sesh with two of my friends, we decided to have dinner here. We were surprised by the number of people eating inside. Pretty much interesting. We were greeted by pleasant smiling faces of the courteous staff. That's when we realized that this is a family business because some of them resemble each other.

They offer Filipino dishes in somehow expensive prices but the staff told us that it is already good for sharing. The courses sadly do not include rice, it is ordered separately. Though they also have cheaper rice meals that could only serve one of course. For our orders, we had Beef Salpicao and Kare-Kareng Buntot.

The salpicao was a disappointment. It was hard and tasted more like tapa. Add a fried egg and you get an instant tapsilog. But the kare-kare differed boasting its tender meat and tasty sauce. Malinamnam talaga. Plus there were more than 5 strips of buntot. Sulit! Hope I can get to try other delicious dishes here next time.

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