Dipdenza Coffee

The Fort Strip, Katipunan Circle, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Dipdenza Coffee
4.0 Stars

14 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 9
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 14 Reviews
  • 36 Recommend
  • 14 Reviewers
Business Hours
Reopens: 7:00a - 12:00a


  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Monday
    • 7:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 7:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 7:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 7:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 7:00a - 2:00a
  • Saturday
    • 7:00a - 2:00a

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Most Recent Reviews

AlwaysHungryPh P.
3.0 Stars

I met a new bible study group recently that meets every Thursday night. My first real involvement was to assist in finding new locations for our intimate gathering. Foodie pressure.

Since it had to be in the Fort area, I recommended this quaint and cozy cafe in Fort Strip. It’s promising from its look to its offering. It has a potential to stick around for years.

I guess they need to improve their rice meals and make it more presentable. Our group ordered different kinds, almost all actually. The yellow rice for one looks unappetizing, cheap and is also tasteless. I would suggest a more premium selection for this category. You are in BGC anyway.

I had a weird tasting Boneless Chicken Barbecue. It was like they cooked the chicken separately and poured a combination of sauces from a bottle and spread it around. Some dishes I couldn’t grasp, this is being one of them.

The Lemon Bar was normal. Not memorable, I’ll take out over and over and gift to friends type. The Tiramisu Cheesecake is good enough though.

Going back to ambiance, their restroom is the best I’ve seen in the area. So after a trip at Cable Car we went back here to do our thing.

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Anna d.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Mary Love S.
3.0 Stars

After a filling dinner at Manam’s, F and I decided to cap the night with a warm drink. (When you reach our age, you’d want tea or coffee after a meal to help aid digestion.) I remembered that there was this coffee shop that I wanted to try when I went to Jonas for dinner. And without thinking twice, I convinced F to have our warm drinks there.

Hello, Dipdenza!

It has been several months since I last visited Fort Strip. I’d usually head home right away given the unpredictability of Mother Nature. Also, Fort Strip isn’t exactly “on the way” back home. Then again, so are the other restaurants I have visited these past days. Anyway…

F and I stood in front of the counter for a few minutes with blank faces and obvious traces of food coma. Eventually, F went with a cup of tea while I ordered Hot Chocolate (PHP110). Yeah… I should have ordered tea too or at the very least, coffee. But I wanted something semi dessert.

Service was quick as there were no other customers during our visit aside from the other fellow busy tinkering with his laptop.

My hot chocolate drink had a bit of art on top and it made my expectation a bit higher.

But I was disappointed after my first sip. It wasn’t thick enough and it tasted just like Swiss Miss. It was an overpriced slightly watery Swiss Miss.

Then again, I guess their specialty is coffee. Also, the place was a bit hidden and quiet making it a perfect venue for catch up sessions. So I’ll give this place a second chance to impress me.

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Sir Castro A.
4.0 Stars

My bestfriend has been talking about this place like forever, when I was sure it's just another ordinary coffee shop, then I visited and oh I was thrilled. The place is well arrange, I love the high ceiling style and with cozy interior.

This is a chill romantic place for me. Now I understand my bestfriend. I feel like you'd found love in this place. Cheesy? haha oh well, this place is neat and serves great coffee indeed. The presentation and service are superb. The staff are really polite.

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Elaine O.
4.0 Stars

It’s always a combo whenever we eat outside. It’s always dinner or lunch then coffee or tea, so after visiting POUND we agreed to try DIPDENZA COFFEE at BGC Fort Strip. The ambiance of the place is nice, quiet and not too crowded wherein you can chill or work unlike other coffee shops. The place is well lit, has a high ceiling and has good interiors. Another plus points for this place is the several power outlets; customers will never ran out of battery, do you agree Dennis O and Jayson J ? (hahahaha, requirement ni Dennis O . ang power outlet) and the good WIFI connection. Their menu consists of coffee, tea, milkshake, sandwich, rice meals, waffle and they have a wide selection of dessert. After much thought, (I always find it hard to choose when I’m presented with so many choices, hahaha) I ordered the Matcha Latte. The drink is not as flavorful as that of other cafes offering Matcha drinks but thumbs up because of the latte art (well done). Another plus is that the staff are nice and accommodating.


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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars

A cozy coffee shop in fort strip. The pace is a getaway from the crowded highstreet. Just beside Puzzle and Early Breakfast is Dipdenza coffee shop. Place got a good ambience, power outlet and most important fast wifi connection. This is a perfect place for studying or working on a project.

For the coffee I tried the White Mocha. A little to sweet for my taste. I also tried the matcha latte, this one is a little over diluted. Maybe a little more of the matcha powder would have help. For the lemon bars it was delicious. Learned that they are supplied by PurpleOven. Turtle pie was also good but not a good pair for the sweet white mocha.

I wasn't satisfied with the drinks but the food and wifi connectiom was great so I'll still give it 4 star. I'll just asked the barista next time to lessen the sweetness. 128522128076

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars

New discovery since fellows Dennis O and Elaine O dragged me here. Lol i like the soft acoustic music. Warm lights but not much customers

128204 white mocha (php 130)
128548 too sweet. I needed to add water. Seriously. Hehe.
But good latte art!

128204128525 lemon bar (php55)
I love this. May similarity sa purple oven. But this one less moist and has somekind of a heavy syrup sa taas. Warm it para better tasting. I order this next time.

128204 turtle pie
Sweet fillings. But dark pie crust. I only liked the pie crust. Well. If you are not ordering the white mocha, indulge in this.

Good wifi and has a lot of plugs for charging your electronics.

Getting to know bgc stage.

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Abe C.
3.0 Stars

A pre holiday evening night out in Fort Strip yielded coffee in Dipdenza after dinner at nearby Orale.

Dipdenza is beside Early Bird breakfast and that board game place whose name I forget (another thing to try another time). It was clean, bright, nice interiors, so we decided to try this.

They serve sandwiches, waffles, too. And have a familiarity with matcha (green tea), even for their waffles which seems cool. But we didn't feel like waffles today. So we went straight to the coffee and dessert.

My wife and I ordered their banoffee cheesecake. It was nicely dense, just right sweetness and not overpowering. Cute plating. Which they applied to all cake orders. Solid 3.5/5

We also ordered Red Velvet and Carrot Cake. I bit into the carrot cake but found it a bit dry so I'd rate it a 2.5/5. Did not try the Red Velvet cake.

Coffee was decent. I had the Americano. My wife ordered the drip coffee. About P100 and up for the coffee. Usual price as these coffee places. The service was good.

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Reich T.
4.0 Stars

I have a serious case of the munchies. Not for chips but for a shot of green tea latte. I lay the blame on Equatorial.

I am too stubborn to go to the famous coffee joints, i decided to check Dipdenza. Lo and behold, they have my poison. Arrived 15 minutes too early, the server is kind enough to open shop. Yes, i was the first customer of the day. Got myself a large cup of Green Tea Latte (reasonably priced at 160). Took a sip, and i started farting out rainbows
128512128512128512. I can't compare it to Equatorial because i think the taste is similar.

Me likey Green Tea Latte.

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Katrina D.
4.0 Stars

Carmel Cappuccino was 128536!! It was a bit strong though, couldn't sleep the night i drank it 128517

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Marjorie G.
4.0 Stars

I don't know about you but I'm not saying no to coffee. So when a friend of mine suggested we go to Dipdenza in BGC even when I just had coffee at Poetry and Prose in Ortigas, I was more than willing to go.

It was already late when we went there but it was still opened. At my friend's recommendation I ordered Flat White. I ordered a small cup but that cup is anything but small. If the small cup is already as big as my palm I wonder how the big cup would be.

The coffee is so creamy and foamy it can be easily mistaken for cappuccino. But I loved it, the sweetness was just right and the coffee taste is not too overpowering. If you are into strong coffee you may want to consider ordering another flavor though.

I liked the interior and the high ceiling. You see, I have a thing for high-ceilinged rooms, I like that it makes the room big. And by the way the restroom here is awesome! It's clean and it smells good. Imagine, a restroom that smells good, that's a winner in my book.

Dipdenza has free WiFi but for some reason I couldn't connect.

Dipdenza left a good impression on me, I sure love to go back.


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Lara B.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Yanna T.
4.0 Stars

Dipdenza is a small and intimate place to get some coffee, I really loved the interior. I got their Green Matcha Frappe and paired it with a Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, which I would probably say is pretty pricy given the ordinary taste. I think I might have made the wrong move in mixing two strong flavors, the sweetness of the frappe and the salty cheese of the cheese steak.

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Edwin I.
4.0 Stars

There is a new coffee place at the Fort Strip that specializes in sweet coffee (and matcha) preps, pastries, pasta, and a number of sandwiches. This is Dipdenza.

While the place is certainly not a "third wave of coffee" establishment, among their very limited choices of straight-up coffee brews, I must say that I did enjoy their Espresso Con Panna. It went very well with their Tiramisu.

It was quite by accident that I came across this coffee place. I was early around the area to meet up with some buddies for an early morning run. Since it was only 6:00am, I had a craving for strong coffee to perk me up. It was a pleasant surprise to find Dipdenza that was open at an otherwise ungodly hour.

Their Espresso Con Panna (single size) was served in a demitasse cup with a dollop of chilled whipped cream. I liked that the espresso was nicely bold & strong. The chilled dollop of cream was thick and not sweet. It nicely added a creamy finish to my shot of espresso.

I was torn on whether or not to indulge on their Tiramisu. Their cake display counter certainly was hard to resist. I gave in to my sweet-tooth weakness with no regrets. I enjoyed their Tiramisu even at such an early hour. The pastry was generous in size with layers of sponge nicely drenched in coffee. The cream frosting tasted like Mascarpone frosting (a sweet-tangy mix of cream cheese and whipped cream) which how a good Tiramisu should be. The top of the pastry was generously dusted with cocoa powder giving it a nice bittersweet flavor. Sweetness level was nicely balanced with the tangy-sweet cream frosting , coffee flavor, and bittersweet cocoa dusting. Not bad for just 135.

I cannot vouch for their specialty sweet coffee and matcha preps (they claim that their Peanut Butter Frappe is a bestseller). But I'm happy with their Espresso con Panna and Tiramisu. While I still lean on enjoying coffee from Third Wave of Coffee places, I wouldn't mind visiting Dipdenza again for their straight-up coffee and perhaps try their other pastries and maybe their sandwiches. Specially when the craving for a good coffee fix comes at dawn.

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