Industriya Marikina is housed in a former shoe factory. Most of the furniture, including tables and chairs, are salvaged from the old factory that was shuttered decades ago. Old machines used to make shoes are also prominently displayed, giving the whole place a museum feel. The place also features old-style ice cream cart with two wheels and a popcorn stand.
Industriya serves Western, Filipino and Japanese cuisines such as pasta, burgers, sandwiches, kare-kare, crispy pata, lengua estofado, binagoongan, bagnet, butterfly tilapia, pakbet bagnet, maki, sushi, salads, among others. It serves dirty ice cream straight from the old-style ice cream cart, as well as popcorns. Beers and wines are available too, red, wine and the sweet desert wine, Moscato, which is available at P900 per bottle and is served chilled.
Aside from the restaurant, it has function rooms to accommodate special occasions such as weddings, baptism and birthdays. It is also a favorite venue for seminars and conferences.
Dining at Industriya is as easy on the pocket as its atmosphere is pleasing on the senses. It serves rice meals such as soy garlic, pork chop, sweet and sour pork for P198. Filipino fares such as kare-kare – all good for sharing by two to three persons—costs P398. For fancier items on the menu such as the tender loin steaks, the price could go to as much as P498, still a steal given the classy surrounding.
For those who want a garden setting, Industriya has outdoor tables, surrounded by plants and decorated as well by old machines used in the factory.
23 M.A. Roxas Street, Marikina City
(02) 904 8372
11:00 am to 10 pm daily