If you’re looking for a quiet, cozy place to drink, this might be the place for you. However, I wouldn’t recommend the place if you plan to have dinner.
Since it’s near our workplace, my officemates and I went to Dali for dinner. We ordered the Plato Mixta (mixed platter of meat, mixed cheeses, dips, and olives), Salpicado (Spanish style tenderloin steak tips seared with garlic), Callos (traditional Spanish style stew from Madrid of ox tripe, chorizo, beef, and chickpeas in a rich tomato base) and Empanadillas (traditional Spanish meat and vegetable filled miniature pies). We also tried their flavored beers (Dali Raspberry and Dali Peach).
The plates were so small we wanted to order extra food. But since the taste (of the dishes we ordered) wasn’t that great, we just ordered Queso de Bola (slices of Edam cheese) and Churros con Chocolate (fried pastries dusted with cinnamon and powdered sugar; served with hot chocolate). Both failed to meet our expectations as well.
I wouldn’t have an issue with the serving size if the food tasted great. Unfortunately, out of all the dishes we ordered, I only liked the flavored beers.
Budget: 250-300+ PHP (6+ USD)
I give it 2/5 spoons.
40 Eugenio Lopez St. cor. Sgt. Esguerra, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines