Food, Culture and the Arts Rolled into One
If you’re up to something new over the weekend, why not drive up to Antipolo and experience a different kind of afternoon at the Pinto Art Museum.
The Pinto Art Museum is a one-hectare complex housing Dr. Joven Cuanang’s collection of commentary, and the guide walks you through it quite entertainingly. There are artwork pieces all over the complex, and the whole place is a photographer’s haven. Be ready for some cultural immersion.
This artistic streak goes to their food as each dish is intricately prepared, and each plate is like canvass painted over with dramatic strokes, edible strokes. There is a café inside ran by Bizu, but they do not carry Bizu’s entire menu. Let the pictures speak for themselves and be mesmerized by each dish.
Getting the three-meal course would end up cheaper and definitely more gastronomic. Start of your meal by some hearty soup, a beautiful entrée and finish off by an equally delicious and pretty halo-halo.
So, get up and drive up. Make something creative. Do something different this year. And don’t forget to eat good food while you’re at it.
Menu/Type of Food: Fusion of Filipino/French
Address: 1 Sierra Madre St. Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo St.
Contact Numbers: 703-4453
Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/pintoartmuseum
Store Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Parking: Parking on the street outside the musem
Type of payments: Cash
Dine-in and Take-out, Reservations not necessary
Restroom: Yes, Several all over the museum
Charging of gadgets: Allowed throughout the museum
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