DITO: Bahay ng Sining

J. Molina St., Marikina, Metro Manila

DITO: Bahay ng Sining
4.7
4.5 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
  • 22 Recommend
  • 3 Reviewers
Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens Sat: 5:00p - 12:00a
Phone
+6329492629

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 5:00p - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • Closed
  • Wednesday
    • 5:00p - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 5:00p - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 5:00p - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 5:00p - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Tine N.
4.0 Stars

Tried their Chicken Sandwich (served with fries and iced tea) tonight before our stop and go rehearsal for NEAR YET FAR, FAR YET NEAR. Apparently, my co-actor ordered the same thing just now. :))

Hmmm, for 100Php, I think it's quite sulit. The sandwich is quite filling but add the fries, and you're tummy's gonna be satisfied. The spread is home made and you can really taste the chicken. The fries reminded me of Jollibee fries -- crisp and a bit salty. Just a tad bit.

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Tine N.
5.0 Stars

This place. I cannot express how I love DITO: Bahay ng Sining. Not just because of the venue, the things they can offer. I love it because I love the people behind it. Now, you may think that this review is biased; it's not.

The first time I went here was in April of last year. The H and I witnessed a proposal. BJ (the owner), asked us if we wanted to be part of the audience. Anyway, to make the long story short: she said yes.

I fell in love with the books, the card and boardgames, the cheap booze, and the feel of the place. It has this warm and welcoming feel, especially for artists and art enthusiasts. They cater, pretty much, to this audience. You can rent the whole space or the theater area; yes, people, they do have a theater area where they stage awesome plays! I remember the Ateneo choir renting it for their Christmas party, if I remember correctly, last year.

The food on the menu has changed, but their best-seller is still on it. I'd like to believe that their best-seller is their carbonara. It's not salty, it's not bland. The cream doesn't stick to the pasta, thus, not making it too heavy. Their Balls Ng Sining (smores balls) are back on the menu and people need to try this when they visit DITO.

One order of pasta is Php 125.

Their rice meals is a must-try, too! Especially their chicken! One order is 150 Php, if I'm not mistaken.

For starters, you ought to try... Simply everything. I'd recommend the cabbage rolls, since I'm a big fan of those rolls! :>

Pasta and rice meals come with a glass of iced tea. And, you might want to try their butterscotch (40Php) along with Balls Ng Sining (50Php/3pcs) for dessert!

I don't know if they're offering their nachos for a limited time only, but if you do visit DITO soon, you might want to share a platter with a friend or two, as well! :)

I am so happy they are still open. Once you enter DITO and make friends with the people there, you will never stop coming back. Trust me, I know. :)

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Herbert H.
5.0 Stars

Another treasure sa loob ng Marikina!:) Artsy place tapos ok din yung food (Carbonara and Chicken). Definitely babalik kami. May maliit siyang theater parang ok manuod. Saya.

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Kit S.
5.0 Stars

Visit this place not because of the food, but because they have their own theatre group! They have a solid space for performing plays and musicals (the co-owner is a Palanca-awardee and playwright)! Though they do serve food (pasta, starters, meat dishes, desserts) and do heck of a good job at it, people come back because of the venue they have provided for artists and art enthusiasts alike.

Hangout with your artsy friends and try their Eggs and Mozzarella Tart and their new Green Mile (cocktail the owner invented on the spot mix of lime, mountain dew and vodka) or order unlimited coffee (P80) and enjoy the friendly art buzz around you.

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