Complete with several Filipino restos that serve up traditional and modern takes on some of our classic favorites!
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10. Crescent Moon Cafe & Studio Pottery – Sapang Buho Rd
Last month’s # 5
Crescent Moon cafe gives a refreshing vegan and vegetarian take on familiar international dishes and desserts. It’s for those who have a vegan or vegetarian diet. It’s not for those that love having juicy meats in their meals. We recommend the Alagao and the Suman and Mangga.
9. Tipulo Modern Filipino Cuisine – First Pacific Leadership Academy
A no doubt, beautiful, and Instagrammable alfresco dining restaurant, at Tipulo, you can get your fix of Filipino food with a twist. It’s for those who want something new on classic favorites. It’s not for those who are looking for an air conditioned room.
8. Vieux Chalet Swiss Restaurant – Sitio Sampaguita
Last month’s # 4
Vieux Chalet combined Swiss cuisine with Filipino hospitality at their bed and breakfast situated in the higher areas of Antipolo overlooking the Manila skyline. It’s for those looking for an intimate dinner away from the city. It’s not for big groups looking for a quick place to eat. We recommend their Raclette and Mozzarella Toast with Tomato Salsa.
7. Yellow Lantern Cafe – Antipolo
Last month’s # 8
Yellow Lantern Cafe serves continental food in a warm and inviting setting. their cuisine ranges from American BBQ ribs to Puttanesca and our favorite Pinoy breakfast food like Beef Tapa. It’s for those who want a chill placw to meet up with friends or family over good food and great ambiance. It’s not for those looking for just a quick bite to grab and go. We recommend their Baby Back Ribs.
6. Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen – Mission Hills
Last month’s # 7
Yellow Bird is a garden-inspired cafe and restaurant that offers delicious breakfast food and coffee. It’s for those looking to have breakfast since it’s open as early as 7 am. It’s not for those that don’t wanna go out of their way to get to a restaurant. We recommend their hefty breakfast plates, nachos, and matcha cheesecake.
5. Casa Nieves – Robinsons Antipolo
A casual dining restaurant and wine bar, Casa Nieves offers up flavorful and authentic Spanish and Filipino cuisine that you can pair with must-try wines for an elegantly flavorful and dynamic dining experience. It’s for groups since the serving size is perfect for sharing. It’s not for those who want restos that offer quick service. We recommend the Paella Valenciana, Beef Tenderloin Salpicao, Gambas Al Ajillo, and Mixed Kare-Kare.
LG/F Robinsons Antipolo, Sumulong cor Cirumferential Rd, Dela Pz, Antipolo
4. Eggs for Breakfast Cafe – Velda Estate
Last month’s # 6
One of the best restaurants to bring your S.O. to for a breakfast date, Eggs for Breakfast Cafe serves all day-breakfasts including Filipino favorites and huge American breakfast platters. It’s for those who want loads of choices for breakfast/brunch – pasta, sandwiches, burgers, fruit shakes, and coffee. It’s not for big groups because the restaurant can only seat 20 people. We recommend their Beef Tapa, One Pan Breakfast, and Vigan Longganisa.
3. Papa Kim’s Korean Bakery & Coffee – Mambugan
Last month’s # 3
Papa Kim’s Korean Bakery & Cafe promises authentic Korean pastries, desserts, and meals made and baked fresh every day. Easy to eat delicacies such as their bingsu, sandwiches, and blended drinks have made Papa Kim’s a favorite spot to eat, enjoy, and relax. It’s for those looking for a taste of authentic Korean. It’s not for those looking for unlimited Korean BBQ. We recommend their Blueberry Bingsu and Salted Caramel Frappe.
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Marison’s – Vista Mall Antipolo
Last month’s # 1
One of the best restaurants for a taste of Filipino favorites with modern interpretations,
1. Tahanan Bistro –
Last month’s # 2
Unlike any fine dining restaurants in the metro, Tahanan Bistro is one that’s a far cry from the usual, offering dishes using local, Filipino ingredients but with French techniques. It’s for those who love stunning views whether it’s for Instagram or for surprising a loved one. It’s not for those who don’t want familiar, nostalgic Filipino dishes. We recommend their Arayat Set menu and Kanlaon Set menu.
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