TODAY'S DEAL: Di’ Mark’s Meat Eaters’ Pizza Set Mangia with your buddies with a Meat Eaters’ Pizza and Pasta Package for 4 to 5 diners (valued at P1290)


FOR ONLY: ₱ 645


  • Gather your friends and family members and sit down to an Italian-inspired meal at Di’ Mark’s. With this Ensogo treat, you can taste the large, 17” Meat-eaters’ Pizza – one of the restaurant’s most popular pizzas topped with a combination of Italian sausage meat, ham, bacon, and pepperoni.
  • Is there an Italian dinner without pasta? Twirl your forks on a platter of spaghetti in meatsauce, Di’ Mark’s style. The sauce is made of ground pork and beef with a special tomato sauce that’s left to simmer for hours to bring out the flavors. This is made exclusively by the restaurant.
  • While you wait for your freshly made pizza to emerge from the oven, why not start your meal with chicken croquetas? This is an appetizer that will set your tastebuds on overdrive with each creamy bite. Ensogo voucher holders can have this treat at 50% off too!
  • End your meal with a high, sweet note with a special dessert: chocolate ice box fudge. This is the heavenly child of ice cream and cake which chocoholics will love. You get this dessert at 50% off as well.
  • Wash this meal down with the restaurant’s brewed iced tea.
  • Di’ Mark’s offers one of the most authentic pizza flavors, with its more than five decades of service to Filipinos. Other than their famous pizza flavors, they also serve all-time favorite pastas.

In Detail:

  • Voucher is valid for a set menu for 4 to 5 persons at Di’ Mark’s. Set menu includes a 17” Meat Eaters’ Pizza, Spaghetti with meat in tomato sauce, and a pitcher of iced tea. It is also valid for 50% off on Chicken Croquetas and Chocolate Ice Box Fudge.
  • Voucher holders are also entitled to a 50% discount on Chicken Croquetas and Chocolate Ice Box Fudge.
  • Voucher is valid for two (2) months, from October 20, 2011 to December 31, 2011.
  • Purchase is limited to five (5) vouchers per person.
  • Only one (1) voucher can be used for group use.
  • Vouchers are valid for dine-in only.
  • Additional rate of P25 will be paid directly to merchant for take-out (food items only, not including the Pitcher of Iced Tea).
  • Standard Ensogo Terms:
    • Voucher is transferable and may be given as gift.
    • Price is inclusive of all service charge and VAT.
    • All paid transactions are non refundable.
    • Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with senior citizen card, and any discount card or promotion
    • Voucher is valid as a discount coupon
    • Failure to redeem vouchers within validity period will render the voucher invalid.
  • Store Operating Hours: Daily, 11:00AM to 10:00PM
  • Vouchers are valid for use on special occasions and public holidays.
  • Walk-in voucher-holders may be honored during off-peak hours (still subject to slot availability). However, merchant suggests that you make reservations at least 3 days prior to promo redemption.
  • Cancellation of reservation must be made a day before the set appointment.
  • Please provide your voucher serial numbers upon reservation and present your Ensogo vouchers upon arrival at the establishment.
  • For inquiries and reservations, please call:
    • Alabang Tel.842-4056 or 842-3343
    • Taft Avenue Tel. 525-5354
    • Wack-Wack Road Tel. 723-5008 or 723-6008
    • Tomas Morato, Quezon City Tel. 376-2828 or 376-5858

Fill up on spaghetti with Di’ Mark’s special tomato sauce

Get 50% off on Croquetas to get your appetite going

Get 50% off on a sweet treat to cap off your meal

About Di’ Mark’s Pizza:

In the New York’s Little Italy, you wake up on Sunday mornings not to the smell of crisping bacon and fluffy pancakes but to garlic, basic and vine-ripened tomatoes. This simple spaghetti sauce, which Italian-Americans called “gravy,” was prepared for the traditional Sunday spaghetti dinner which the family would enjoy. For the next few hours you’d hear rhythmic chopping and the pleasant banging of wooden spoons against the sides of the pot and just before lunchtime, the smell of a pizza that has just come out of the oven would waft up to whet your appetite. Over the years this Italian tradition has been adapted by many Filipino immigrants, one of whom brought back this practice to the Philippines and eventually started a restaurant called Di’ Mark’s. Make Di’ Mark’s a Sunday tradition and sit down to a meal that is lovingly prepared by a wholesome family restaurant.

After moving back from their stay in New York in 1956, the founders of Di’ Mark’s opened the restaurant, naming it after their youngest child, Marky. It was a very simple operation with borrowed tables and chairs in the garden of their family home in Menlo Road, Pasay. Today, after almost five decades since they’ve started rolling their own dough and making their own sauce, Di’ Mark’s takes pride in bringing you the same home-cooked, quality food and service that the founders, the current owner’s parents, started in the 1950s. Each pizza is made with dough that they make in-house with homemade tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, oregano and the best olive oil. As they say: “Di’ Mark’s is the family restaurant where Mama runs the kitchen and Papa promotes the fun!”