Seeking for an extraordinary place at the heart of the Metro? Then Van Gogh is Bipolar is the perfect spot for you!
The owner/chef/server Mr. Jetro Rafael is bipolar himself and he sees his condition as a great blessing more than a doomed curse. True that! We enjoyed his hidden little place and I love that he’s not afraid to share his passion through art and cooking! VGIB serves 3 or 5 course meals ranging from Php666 – Php999 per diner. The place is exclusive to 12diners per night only so you really get to enjoy the place, vibe and food!
Each diner would experience a different feel every time you visit VGIB. His menu depends on his mood (and he can definitely cook) which makes you wanna go back again! Only a few knows about this place since there’s no sign outside and it’s only by word of mouth that people discover Van Gogh is Bipolar. I hope you enjoy this post and visit VGIB soon! Now let the photos do the rest of the talking shall we.. (clients downstairs hihi). As Jetro would always say, Nazdorovyeh!
ps: no shoes inside.
pss: VGIB also serves lunch on a shoestring budget and walk-ins are welcome from 11am-3pm.
Soup with dragon flower and walnuts (idk the name of the soup, sorry)
Chill: Lamb Ratatouille Pasta (my main course, it’s so good!)
Happy: Emperor fish with baked potatoes and mangoes (le boyf’s yummy dish, omnomnom!)
Desserts: Sinful (I got a shooter with cocoa and walnut and you have to say Prost! before you drink it) and Wholesome (for le boyf, macapuno ice cream with strawberry and walnut)
With the man behind all the awesomeness!Van Gogh is Bipolar 154H Maginhawa St. Sikatuna Vill., Q.C. Open: Mon 6-10pm | Wed-Fri 6-10pm | Sun 6-11pm Contact Jetro for reservations +63922-8243051