This place can be a new sanctuary to anyone who needs a bit of inspiration...
The Pinto Art Gallery is pretty interesting because it's not only one space where they put the art works on the walls. The place consists of several different buildings and gardens and you can easily spend 2-3 hours without getting bored. They provide a lot of comfortable sitting areas where you can just relax, think and appreciate the artwork.The place has a Mexican vibe with wide open windows, white walls, old timbers and flat rooftops that can serve as viewing decks. Going up and down the stairs can be a bit of a problem, though, so be prepared.
They have a cafe that is catered by Bizu, the same company that has several Pattiserie in Manila. They only have a limited menu (3 pastas, 3 entrees and 3 desserts - no kid friendly meal) and most of it I found a bit heavy (Duck Confit? Lamb Shank?) but they present it so well and it was not bad. However, the thing that make it more enjoyable is that you are inside a garden and the cool breeze almost lulls you to sleep.
For a minimum number of guests and advance warning, they can come up with a different menu for you. I can't help but think that this would be a fantastic place for an intimate lunch/dinner for a small party.
Open from Wednesdays to Sundays
9am - 6pm
I am available during Wednesday to Friday