Pinto Cafe

1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights, Antipolo, Rizal

Pinto Cafe
4.0
4.0 Stars

9 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 5
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
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Category:
Café
Business Hours
Open: 9:00a - 6:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Thursday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Friday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p
  • Saturday
    • 9:00a - 6:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Lena L.
5.0 Stars

Reasonable price. Loved the place. Loved the food.
We tried the Medirennean pasta and Mexico pizza. Delish!

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Ria L.
5.0 Stars

Opposites do attract especially if they compliment each other like these two- molten lava and salted caramel icecream. Must be love...128525

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Ria L.
5.0 Stars

supppper love the BIZU halo halo in pinto cafe. It's the best halo halo i've ever tasted(even better than razon's). It has ice cream and leche plan on top but still not too sweet. But it's sad to know that you can't find this special halo halo in other bizu branches. 128543 Ask me about the service of pinto cafe? orders take forever to arrive... 128542

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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

Really liked our order of Vigan Lonngganisa Pizza, about 350 pesos. We requested a section of the pizza to be left bare with just cheese for my daughter, which they did. Pizza crust was thin and crispy. Could be a little cheesier, add more sausage and tomatoes. Understandable for the price. I liked that they sliced it into smaller portions, which they didn't ask us, as it's easier to eat it that way. Size just enough for merienda for 2 adults, 1 teen and a toddler. They only had 3 kinds of pizza available for the day.

We like the ambiance of the restaurant, the view of the one facing the garden is such a calming sight. There are 2 areas where you can dine here, both open air but covered.

There was a thunderstorm when we went and we just waited here for awhile. Other items on the menu are a bit pricy. We went on a weekend and the two dining areas were full, unlike coming here on a weekday.

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Aileen L.
4.0 Stars

Went to Pinto Art Museum with my daughter Adelheid L last Saturday. It was unplanned trip and glad we made it.

Aside from picture taking and sight seeing of the beautiful paintings and sceneries, there were a designated cafe in each area so very strategic, you don't need to walk too far as wherever you are may cafe na dun and you can smell the aroma from their kitchen, gugutumin ka. But we're more thirsty rather than hungry.

We just got some refreshing drinks. Ripe mango and watermelon shake, price is around 100 pesos and was put into the Mason jar , the cafe was nice especially if you have time but we're in a hurry . We're planning to order some fries or pizza but the service was so slow as there were many people that weekend .

I wanna go back here , want to bring hubby here but on a weekday so it's more private and romantic . I wanna try there meals here and want to eat and stay for long compare to my first visit that we were in a hurry . Price is a bit pricey but I think it's worth the wait. The waiters are approachable naman

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Muffy T.
3.0 Stars

Food wasnt bad, but it wasnt great either.

We ordered shrimp popcorn with wasabi mayo sauce, bagoong rice, vigan bagnet, pumpkin soup, and panna cota.

Everytime i see pumpkin soup on the menu, i order it. Everytime. I have tasted sooo many variations before, and what i had in pinto was one if the worst. It was acidic, watery and tasted like it came from a can.

The popcorn shrimp looked good, but there wasnt a lot of shrimp in the batter. I expected something more for 285.

The bagnet was normal. Killer tomato dip tho. 128076🏻

The bagoon rice in the photo was sickly sweet. Even the tender pork they topped it with, couldnt redeem the dish.

This would've been a great restaurant if the food matched the excellent service.

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Mj D.
4.0 Stars

Marami kaming inorder hindi ko matandaan kung ano yun hehe, gusto ko sana ishare kung ano yun kaso wala nakalimutan ko na talaga .. but anyway,masarap mgstroll sa museum and nakakagutom talaga sya after , its a good thing may kainan sa loob :) i was thirsty ..so i go with Apple Shake, pero nainggit ako nung una ko mkita tlaga yung Raspberry iced tea yata yun sa mason jars pero Apple pa rin talaga ako, kasi not so often nakikita sa mga order Masarap :) it didnt fail me all out masarap yung Food. Yung hindi ko lang matanggap yung chicken ang Spiccyyy talaga haha 128517

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Sabrina P.
4.0 Stars

Ordered green curry chicken w/c costs P255. A bit pricey indeed for its serving size but the meal was definitely delicious. If you're a fan of spicy food, you'll love this meal. 10084

Also got rasberrry iced tea w/c costs P75. It was really a refreshing drink after our 2-hour museum tour. It was good to try it. Next time though I'll just drink the ice-cold service water that they serve. It's enough to quench your thirst. 9786

To eat in their cafe, you will spend about P300-P400 for a decent meal. Servers are accommodating and food presentation is great too. 128512

Try this place if you're willing to spend some cash. 9786

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Isha S.
3.0 Stars

After a bit of strolling around the museum, we decided to drop by at its cafe, located right in the middle of everything.

It's still open air so it's pretty hot but at least you're shaded from the sun. We ordered drinks including pink lemonade and raspberry ice tea. They were all served in mason jars with a straw. Pretty normal, can definitely quench your thirst and cool you down, though.

We also ordered one of their pizzas. They serve the thin,crispy kind. Again, pretty average-tasting. Price range is a bit on the heavier side at 200-400 pesos per dish.

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April H.
4.0 Stars

One can really work up an appetite strolling around Pinto Art Museum... They have a restaurant and a cafe for people wanting to grab a quick bite and going back to enjoying the art...

For our small group, we weren't quite hungry that afternoon... But we were definitely thirsty! The summer heat was coming down on us hard... We went to their small cafe, located in the midst of the beautiful scenery... It's open air, but shaded from the angry sun... We ordered our choice of refreshments, mine being their iced tea... It was served cold in a mason jar, the perfect thirst quencher... I can't say anything about the food, as we didn't order any!128513 but it was priceless to catch up with my relatives in this little cafe... All you hear is the trickling water from a nearby fountain and all you see is the lush green from the well maintained grounds... I felt like I was really away from the troubles of the city and I relish that feeling...

Plus points for the staff being so warm and friendly... You immediately know that they love working here!128077 they are polite and genuinely interested in making sure that your stay is a memorable one...

Again, priceless...

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