Cafe Pinto by Peppermill

Cafe Pinto by Peppermill is just one of the 3 restaurants you’ll find inside the Pinto Art Museum. I’ve been wanting to try this restaurant because of the enticing photos I’m seeing online. When I finally got a chance to visit one of the tourist destinations in Antipolo, I told myself I just can’t leave the place without trying what this restaurant has to offer.

The ambiance is just as cozy and the design is consistent being inside a museum. Art pieces are everywhere so you won't get bored waiting for your order. 

As for the food, Cafe Pinto has so much to offer! It's a fusion restaurant so you won't have any problems whether you're craving for a Filipino, Mexican, Italian, Mediterranean, or American cuisines. I've read really good reviews of their menu so I didn't have second thoughts spending just to satisfy my palette. If you’re in a group, I would advise that you order different dishes and have it for sharing. Their serving is quite generous anyway. 

For this trip, we only had four items and I'd definitely come back to try out their other dishes. So, here's what I've tried:

Thai Bagoong Rice with Sweet Pork

It's a Thai Fried Rice topped with green mango slices and onions. It's perfectly paired with thinly sliced sweet pork.


This famous Filipino-Spanish dish has beef, pork, ox-tripe, garbanzos, and chorizo is just perfect with a cup of steamed rice. The ingredients, especially the ox-tripe, are so tender it'll almost melt in your mouth!

Santorini Pasta

If you're a seafood lover, this dish is definitely a must-try! It's a penne pasta covered with tomato cream and crabmeat. The rock shrimps are also well-distributed and it's more than enough so every bite is truly a seafoodgasm! 

Bourbon Lime BBQ Chicken Pizza

The sweetness of the BBQ Chicken complements the saltiness of the mozzarella and cheddar cheese that's melted to perfection! I also love it's crispy thin, freshly oven-baked thin crust.

Raspberry House Blend Iced Tea

It's so refreshing to have a sip after long hours of endless walking!

Everything costs around Php 1,500. It may seem a bit pricey but, believe me, every peso is totally worth every bite! It's not something that you can have everyday so might as well give it a go!

Wanna try the food but no time to visit the Pinto Art Museum? Cafe Pinto is catered by Peppermill and you may also find them in Katipunan, Quezon City.

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Edward Santos

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