Di' Mark's

G/F Mandala Park, R. Pascual St., Pleasant Hills, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Di' Mark's
4.5 Stars

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Price Range

₱170 - ₱695

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Ivy T.
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Ivy T.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Ivy T.
5.0 Stars

Dine in, take out or delivery. Taco pizza forever!

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Alfred C.
4.0 Stars

Two words. Taco Pizza. A local franchise that's worth every centavo. It's not cheap but you get what you pay for.

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Edwin I.
4.0 Stars

Ahhhh...D'Mark's. I thought this Italian place seized to exist! Was so happy and became nostalgic when I saw and got to visit D'Marks. My flashback gears started working up again full time.

The establishment boasts as being the pizza pioneer in the Philippines. Established way back in 1957 and became one of THE DINING PLACES during the 80's-90's. I fondly remember dining at their Pasay Road branch and at their Taft Ave branch. Their Pasay Road branch was a popular family, barkada, date place--- Italian dinner before a night of clubbing or some drinking at jazz bars with friends. The Taft branch, I fondly remember dining there with school buddies. It was just a hop, scoot, and a short walk from our college campus. The Taft branch was supposedly the main branch and was also the residence of the owners ---- an old stately big house with the restaurant and al-fresco garden dining. Actually quite lovely.

This visit was accidental. I met up with a college buddy of mine. He was recently assigned to the Philippines after migrating to the US almost 20 years ago. He got himself an apartment along the Wack-Wack condo row and wanted to show me how he spruced his place up. During our catching up and reminiscing our good old college days, he mentioned he thought he saw a Di'Mark's nearby. I was surprised that the establishment still existed! We decided to grab some pizzas.

The branch is just near the entrance gate of the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club. It was good that we just walked from my buddy's place. Parking was only good for 2 cars. The place was really small ( gives credence to hole-in-the-wall dining). But the distinct Di'Mark's touch was still there----the red checkered tablecloth.

We decided to get solo pizzas each. I ordered my favorite -the Menlo Special and my buddy got the Don Arturo Pizza. For appetizers, we ordered the Chicken Croquettas that we missed eating.

The chicken croquetas were still ok. Crunchy crust with a creamy chicken filler. Kind of a chicken-ala-king croquetas. Still liking it!

The Menlo Special solo was four slices pizza with Mozzarella, native cheese, grated cheese, tomato sauce, and minced sausage on a Thick crust- crunchy and chewy. Something like crunchy Pizza-bread. I missed eating this pizza!

I sampled a slice of my buddy's pizza. It had Italian sausage, ground meat, mushrooms, green pepper and cheese. It was good, but I still preferred my cheesy Menlo Special.

For dessert we tried their Cheesecake . For 120 it was awfully small and thin (it was shaped like a flip-top cigarette box and looked like those rectangular japanese cheesecakes). But flavor wise , the cheesecake was good! It didn't have a graham crust but rather this thin sponge cake that held the cream cheese. It was thick, creamy, tangy , not overly-sweet. I liked it !

Happy to hear from our server that Di'Mark's was doing good in food delivery services within the area. Great to know that this establishment still has a good loyal following.

Certainly not one of the best pizzas by today's standards. But, I still love the unique Di'Mark's flavors and the memories that come with it.

Their menu showed that they still have 4 branches. This one, QC, Taft, and Alabang.

For you guys of the new millennia , perhaps it may be a good idea if you bring your folks (and even grandparents) to Di'Mark's. I'm pretty sure that you'll give them good trip down memory lane.

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