Van Gogh Is Bipo­lar

Asian Geographic - - Unique Dining Experience­s -

Van Gogh Is Bipo­lar is more than just a café. It is a mood-heal­ing sanc­tu­ary and a safe haven when you are feel­ing de­pressed, stressed, ag­i­tated, or just hav­ing a bad hair day. The restau­rant serves The MoodHeal­ing Diet – food and blends of tea to make you feel happy and calm. Most of the staff at the café are sui­cide sur­vivors, over­com­ing de­pres­sion or anx­i­ety, or other men­tal ail­ments. The café is al­most like a maze, with a start­ing and end point. The sta­tions in be­tween come with in­struc­tions, such as deep breath­ing in the gar­den, ex­press­ing your thoughts by writ­ing on a wall in a dark room, and mix­ing a con­coc­tion of heal­ing oils to ap­ply on your ttrig­ger points. Van Gogh is Bipo­lar pro­vides a homely en­vi­ron­ment full of love, sup­port, and good food.

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PHILIP­PINES AD­DRESS GET­TING THERE OPEN­ING HOURS PRICE RANGE In­ner Court­yard, 154 Mag­in­hawa Street, Que­zon City, Philip­pines Take a bus to Fairview and alight at Philcoa. Al­ter­na­tively, take the train north­bound to Que­zon Ave Sta­tion, look for the jeep­ney ter­mi­nal be­hind Cen­tris Mall and catch one that says Fairview or UP (Univer­sity of the Philip­pines Dil­i­man). At Philcoa, take a red tri­cy­cle to 154 Mag­in­hawa 12–5PM and 6–11:30PM daily USD15–50

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