Bipolar Meal

There are so many foodies in  instagram and so many food bloggers  in the web.  Hence, I choose to blog other things that not everybody takes time to share and appreciate. Hence if ever I am going to write or blog about a restaurant, it should be interesting and unique. This one is an example.

My friends and I ate at Van Gogh is Bipolar, the only restaurant opened in Maginhawa on Holy Friday.

Entering Van Gogh is Bipolar
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It’s self-service. We chose from the menu on the wall and wrote it down on a piece of paper.

Van Gogh is Bipolar  Menu

Van Gogh is Bipolar Menu

It did feel a little creepy inside. We were encouraged to wear some headpieces.

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Virginia Woolf’s Turkey Soup  is probably the most remarkable I have tasted in Van Gogh. For one reason, I did not really expect to like it. I’m not a fan of soups but I was able to consume this heartily and wanted to have more.

Viginia Woolf Soup

Dining at Van Gogh is Bipolar is somehow a little expensive. You pay not only for the food but for  the experience. Plus, Jetro, the owner/ the chef is the one who prepares your meal.  I chose pescetarian meal because I wanted something light and healthy.

It was a combination of different kinds of fish. I loved it that they add small slices of yellow mangoes in the dish. They did refresh my tongue from all the fried stuff I had eaten.  I wanted to have a dessert but  I was so full after finishing the main dish

Pescetarian Meal

Pescetarian Meal

 

Even the restroom looks hippie

 

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Some things you will see inside:

Van Gogh is Bipolar serves exclusively for 12 people per night. If you want to make a reservation, visit their page.

 

Where?

Innercourtyard 154 Maginhawa St. Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
1103 Quezon City, Philippines

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anonymous
    May 29, 2014 @ 07:56:29

    too scary to dine in but it can be an experience to remember…

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  2. jackieB
    May 03, 2014 @ 17:25:29

    eccentric, indeed! in some way, it looks gothic, but not exactly scary.. It can be also be a romantic place because the place is small and dim.. 🙂 thanks june, dine here some time hehe

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  3. June
    May 03, 2014 @ 06:46:29

    Wow! Define eccentric. That place is uniquely awesome. The menu looks interesting. I bet the food is filling. Arts Galore. And it’s exclusive?—- Classy! Looks like a good setting for a horror or slasher film and I mean that as a compliment. 🙂

    Great find, lovely post!

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