Ristorante delle Mitre

CBCP Bldg, 470 Gen. Luna St. cor. Real St., Intramuros, Manila, Metro Manila

Ristorante delle Mitre
4.2
4.0 Stars

33 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 13
  • 4 stars 14
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 0
  • 36 Reviews
  • 31 Recommend
  • 33 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 8:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6325595220

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Ron M.
4.0 Stars

Within the historical walls of intramuros are few restaurants that will bring you back to the past, but this one showcases the religious side of intramuros.

Designed with different religious artifacts including wardrobes worn by high priests and the collection of different mitres, by the way mitre is the head dress that high priests usually wear during the celebration of a high mass 128521

I ordered their tuyo pasta supreme (Php208). The saltiness of the fish breaks the tartness of the sauce, it was very rich and the noodles were generously coated with the sauce and i was even able to wipe it off with the bread haha #feelingitalian

The next time i visit this place i'll try their cakes 127856 and pastries

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Preecess P.
4.0 Stars

They serve Filipino dishes, pasta, sandwiches, cakes and coffee. The food is good and decent, the service is also good when I visited. The location is ideal being inside a tourist spot and just across the old San Agustin Church. The interior is homey and a bit Filipino style with wood pieces dominating the interior space. I must say that the place is ideal for family gathering, business meeting place or casual dining, and also for me-time or solo time just like what I had. It is one of the places you won't feel awkward to dine alone. :)

Don't forget to order the calamansi cheesecake during your visit. It's worth it. :)

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Stacy C.
3.0 Stars

I liked their Summer Cooler, a combination of watermelon and sprite, though I was not able to taste much of the sprite. Their service is a bit slow too considering that the place is not packed.

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Shiela P.
5.0 Stars

This Bishop Prudencio Andaya (Vicar Apostolic of Tabuk) - Beef Pochero deserves a five star because of its rustic feel and traditionally prepared but the vegetables were not that crispy. Oh and they also served it with 2 pieces of fried banana (saba) [not in the photo]

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Zia M.
4.0 Stars

Our General Manager randomly asked us to have lunch out here, since we were also supposed to go to Barbara's.

This was a place where most of the Priests and bishops and the like eat, since this was built originally for them, until they decided to open it to public too.

Food was good, but not everything. I had the Aglio olio pasta and it was great but the serving size isn't that abundant. I also had the Banana con yelo because summer is already here!!! 128517 Milk serving was generous on that order.

Probably go here not on peak hours so you'll have quiet time while eating. 9996

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Ana S.
2.0 Stars

Hate is a harsh word but, today, Delle Mitre failed me miserably. I have been sitting here since noon waiting for my lunch. They served my warm dalandan which was nice but my food has not come. It is almost 2:00 p.m. I am responded to by a waiter I had to go out and seek from my space, only to be told, well, I wasn't your waiter. Yahoo. Bravo.... NOT!

I am still here because I had to talk to a priest friend who got his pasta but they forgot my food. They also forgot our dessert. Oh, wait, it just arrived. BEFORE my lunch....

DO NOT EAT HERE!!!!!

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Ana S.
4.0 Stars

Perfect breakfast plates...! Poached egg to perfection, homemade bread (huge!), lots of bacon cooked just right (crispy but not burnt), with sweet orange slices. I opted to have bread than rice. My friend got Lucban longganisa (all-time fave)...

We politely asked them to check the filter on their coffee because the brewed Barako did not taste right and they checked and served us better/new Barako... Wait staff always listens :) I've never had challenges with them...

Price is reasonable for the size of the servings. I come here early mornings for meetings and it is always a pleasant experience.

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Lia B.
4.0 Stars

Nice cafe serving Filipino dishes just in front of San Agustin Church. Great for meeting up before an Intramuros tour. We ordered crispy pata, sinigang na maya maya (they ran out of salmon), fresh Lumpia ubod and chicken adobo. Was too full for dessert. But had carrot cake after the tour. Reasonable prices.

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Nikki Joyce G.
5.0 Stars

A fine dining inside the city walls. Try their chef specials cake and pastries also the pastas are sumptuously good ü Their Kiwi cheesecakes really irresistable ü

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Jana L.
4.0 Stars

I am always fascinated with things that involves Philippines history (food, places, culture, old houses and stories).
I think this is the reason why this restaurant got my interest.
The fact that it is situated inside the walled city and is adjacent to San Agustin Church are already reasons why you should consider to try this place.

How they name their meals is interesting too! Named after bishops and cardinals - amazing!
Tapas on their tapsilog tastes so good which is named as Bishop Emilio Marquez. The Father Mhar Vincent Balili Breakfast contains multiple pieces of (lucban) longanisa which is surprisingly much compared to other "silogs" that I tried before.

Service was fast and the ambiance is relaxing. It's like you are dining in to a comedor of an old house.

A must try!

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Ana S.
4.0 Stars

Where do I start with this place..... Menu is quite interesting with most of the items on the menu named after bishops, cardinals, etc. Brilliant idea! (Note: I have been here thrice since June)

The atmosphere is quite relaxing but gets noisy as lunch approaches since so many take their lunch here (they have budget meals!). I have tried the Lucban longganisa breakfast (burping the garlic hours after eating haha... Classic Lucban longga). I have tried, across my visits, Bishop Beltran's pinakbet (just the right saltiness from the bagoong... not overpowering), Bishop Garcera's Laing (makes use of pili though I still prefer the Laing that is spicier, sweeter from Naga airport), Archbishop Padilla's tinolang manok (this, you must try!), bishop of Imus' sinigang na maya-maya (also a must-try!), the crab-mango salad (hmmm... so-so though it is a huge serving), and Cardinal Vidal's oxtail kare-kare (must-have).

Service is fast. Brewed coffee is good. Parking is a slight challenge (though you can park after the CBCP gate/entryway where there is an open lot or just along the road where this resto is).

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Abbey A.
4.0 Stars

Service was kind of bad kanina. But OMG loved the Sinigang na salmon sa miso! Tamang asim lang! 100841008410084️ Plus the usual lengua and tropical fruit shake!!! 128522

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Abbey A.
5.0 Stars

They have really good Spanish inspires Filipino food here! 128077 My favorite would be Lengua. 128523 And I also love the Tropical Fruit Smoothie- similar to the Four Seasons of Dulcinea but doesn't taste too much like corn syrup. 128076

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Argee E.
5.0 Stars

I thought I would be able to try out their dishes inspired by the favorites of the bishops. But we were in a hurry. So during the SEGWAY Intramuros trip, I passed by this resto to grab a quick-bite food. And I got a container-full of chocolate crinkles. They have other pastries and cake though. This yummy treats are soft and not too sweet! Gotta give them a try if you happen to be in the area 9786

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Elaine T.
5.0 Stars

I have been here three to five times but I never get to write about it. Since I was there yesterday, this soulful ristorante deserves a shoutout and a lot of love.

For first time diners, you'd be amazed on how the menu looks like. The dishes are named after Bishops. You'd be also surprised on the cost of the food. They aren't that expensive and let me tell you, they are deliciously good!

Known for its breakfast dishes. I loved their tapas, daing na Bangus, corned beef, longanisa.

I recently tasted their chicken adobo pizza. It's stuffed, creamy and yummy. Great choice for a snack partnered with a Hawaiian smoothie. Makes me feel like I am in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.

Next time, I'll taste their cakes and ice creams. The avocado and pistachio ice cream sounds so good. :)

Oh! Before I forget, it is located at Calle Real del Palacio now known as Gen. Luna street. Just right across San Agustin Church.

Perfect and happy place after hearing a mass in San Agustin Church or in Manila Cathedral Church. Or just roaming and absorbing the richness of Intramuros.

E ʻai kākou (Let's eat! in Hawaiian) :-)

Your fellow Food Traveller,
Princess Elaine

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Ivy R.
4.0 Stars

This resto is endorsed by the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Phils. Located right in front of San Agustin Church Intramuros, it's a good dining place after your museum tours of The walled city. I ordered the grilled Tuna Belly for lunch and it was sinfully good! Their freshly squeezed dalandan juice is also very good! Ate it under the watchful eyes of former cardinals and bishops, whose pictures adorn the Resto walls.

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Enaj F.
4.0 Stars

My mother and I are about to eat at Barbara's after going to Cathedral. As told by "kuya guardia sibil" Barbara's close since its Maundy Thursday. He recommended Ristorante delle Mistre since it's the only resto that is open plus it is just across San Agustin Church. I find the ambiance appealing when we got in, as if the resto is a mini museum. We had pansit bihon, okoy kalabasa and sansrival for our merienda. I like the food especially the okoy kalabasa which is one of my favorite since late last year hehehh..I will just give a minus point for their slow, slow service..though I am amazed how the staff pacify such shortcoming. Actually most of the staff are really with maamong face.. You can't be angry with people with maamong face right? 3 staff attended to us in a matter of 5 minute interval to update us about the food that we ordered. I also would like to commend this particular staff. i think he is deaf and mute and still managed to do a job despite of his disability. Kudos for you sir 128077128077 great job!!

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Freegnkj P.
2.0 Stars

The food was TERRIBLE. My brother was so hungry and when his carbonara finally made its way to the table, he took one bite and smirked. Realllly disappointed.

What they lacked in taste they made up for in service. The bus boys and servers were very attentive and nice despite the church crowd due to bisita iglesia.

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Clarissa P.
3.0 Stars

It was a lazy Saturday and we were out and about in Intramuros. We just wanted to take a walk and hubby wanted to see San Agustin Church. We saw this resto right after seeing the church cause it's just right across. We paid a visit just to check on what they have - not really looking into dining there.

We were immediately greeted by their dessert display. Just to try something new, I got a slice of their Kiwi Cheesecake. There were other variants like the sure hit mango and blueberry but I wanted something odd I guess.

The green slices of fruits looked so gorgeous on top of the cheesecake slice. There was a sauce like topping of green that I hinted was kiwi puree. I sampled it and there goes the disappointment. The cheesecake itself was a-okay. Not Don Limone top notch quality but it had a smooth texture. It just tasted more like raw cheesecake, meaning it has not been baked but there was also the texture that it has been baked. Gah! It wasn't too sweet but the graham base was. Then the sliced kiwi were fresh, which was good, but the puree was too sour and tasted unnatural. The texture was a giveaway for me to detect gelatin in it.

Then we also got some cream puffs. The custard filling was good but the pastry was more bread like than puff. The chocolate drizzle added to the appeal but I just can't take my cream puff with that kind of pastry.

Anyway...so maybe if I tried another cheesecake version, it could have been better. I just like the cool temp here and the fast service. 128527128529128533

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Cheska S.
4.0 Stars

According to the establishment itself, it is a place where Bishops dine; but Bishops too mist feed their flock. Thus, Ristorante delle Mitre was established.

The menu showcases a very wide variety of dishes form Japanese, Italian, Filipino, Korean and Chinese cuisine. The dishes are named after Bishops, it appearing that the specific dishes are the respective bishops' favorite.

There is no service charge which makes the food here more affordable.

During lunch time, the place is packed with so many diners. Mitre offers not only affordable dishes but more importantly, tasty food!

The pitcher iced tea is a must try! It is made of lemon and cucumber, among others. I haven't entirely figured out all the ingredients yet. Their iced tea is one of my favorites and I can't get enough of it. The first time I tasted it, I thought it was tasted weird/funky. The more I drank the better it tastes. my boyfriend also had the same experience. I guess it's an acquired taste.

I don't like crispy pata but when I tasted Mitre's crispy patra, I became an instant crispy pata lover! The meat was so tender, the skin so crispy! They cooked it fast too and I didn't even need to use the sauce to add more flavor!

The garlic rice was full if flavor and garlic and you'll see that they really don't scrimp on their ingredients!

The adobong pusit is also fantastic! It's made of squid rings and the adobo sauce is very different from the usual adobong pusit flavor! It was slightly sweet and had a very faint taste of vinegar in it. It's a perfect mix of sugar, soy sauce, onions, vinegar, among others! I just love this and I'm sure my review doesn't do justice to its taste.

The baked mussels were okay. As our appetizers though, they were served last so I suppose it takes time to cook this or this isn't really their specialty.

They had a big serving if laing but I didn't like its taste. It wasn't spicy at all and the gata tasted like flowers or something. Yes, I have eaten flowers and know what they taste like.

Anyway, the laing was okay but I don't recommend it.

My colleagues like going here alao for their lengua and kare kare. They have good reviews for the lengua. The kare kare is normal, nothing extraordinary about it but it's okay.

During weekdays when I eat here, I see a nun cooking the food. I didn't notice if it was the same nun who cooked weekends.

Now for the dessert. I also love going to Mitre because of their dessert! The leche flan is so creamy and it's just like how my nanny and mom used to make it! The cakes are fantastic! The cheesecakes though are just okay. I wouldn't go here for cheesecakes. They alao have their home made sylvanas! They're not too sweet and a lot of people go here for the sylvanas.

When I first went here, I had the tapa breakfast. It was okay. I really didn't know what to order before. Then next times I went here, I still didn't like it that much and I didn't get why people liked eating there. I realized that I felt that way coz my colleagues always ordered lengua, which I don't really eat. And since there's a lot of us, I couldn't really take bigger portions for fear that others might not have enough. So when I went there with my boyfriend, i really ate to my heart's content! Plus, I finally got to choose the food I preferred eating.

The place is beside San Agustin church in Intramuros so expect to see foreigners from time to time.

Overall, I like Mitre. It's a place for comfort food and I can't wait for my friends to try eating here!

Budget is P200-300 per person.

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