Time for a quick getaway!
Feeling like driving out of the urban jungle but not willing to have a full blown road trip? We got just the idea.
Antipolo is perfect for that quick escape to fresh air and more greenery and to top it all off, it has an abundance of food choices that you have to try if you haven’t yet.
We’ve rounded up the top 10 restaurants in Antipolo for this month just for you! Spend more time eating and less time planning, now let’s get those tummies filled!
Insider tip: You can easily reserve a table at any Prime Restaurant with Booky and enjoy up to ₱500 off your bill!
10. Burrow Café at Antipolo Beehouse – Beverly Hills Ave.
Last month’s #5
One of Antipolo’s best-kept secrets, the Burrow Café is an underground restaurant adjacent to the creative space and nature reserve, Antipolo Beehouse. Aside from its rustic charm found in the elements of lush greenery in their café, Burrow Café provides hearty all-day breakfast, indulgent lunch options, and decadent desserts.
It’s for those who love to dine while being surrounded by nature and a serene environment.
It’s not for those on a limited budget and not willing to walk a little ways to get to the restaurant from the parking lot.
We recommend their Tender Beef Tapa, Beef Short Ribs with Corn & Green Bean Risotto
9. Shrimp Shack – Robinsons Antipolo
Last month’s #10
Inspired by Hawaii’s fresh ingredients and daring flavors, The Shrimp Shack strives to deliver an authentic Hawaiian shrimp scampi experience by offering fresh and familiar seafood dishes for you to try. Taste the North Shores of Oahu every time you bite into a Shrimp Shack favorite!
It’s for those that love shrimps with a passion.
It’s not for anyone with a serious seafood allergy (though we admit, we still try).
We recommend their Shrimp Scampi Spaghetti, Shrimp Popcorn, Surf & Turf, and Peanut Butter Mudpie
Insider tip: Enjoy TWO (2) orders of Peanut Butter Mudpie for
₱300₱160! Check out their other offers here.
8. Katsu House Japanese Restaurant – Beverly Hills Subd.
Katsu House is a casual Japanese restaurant serving Japanese comfort food from the likes of Donburi bowls, ramen, sushi and more; they also offer vegan and keto options!
Insider tip: They also sell Kewpie EGGLESS MAYO!
It’s for those who never get tired of Japanese food and especially perfect for those who follow a strictly vegan or keto diet.
It’s not for people looking for a sake bar.
We recommend their Katsu Maki and Yakitori.
7. Marison’s – Vista Mall Antipolo
Last month’s #9
One of the best restaurants for a taste of Filipino favorites with modern interpretations, Marison’s recipes turned dishes like Kare-Kare, Caldereta, and Crispy Pata will make you come back for more.
It’s for those who want affordable Filipino food for big groups.
It’s not for those who are craving for other cuisines.
We recommend their Crispy Tripe Kare-Kare, Sinaing na Buntot ng Tuna, and Fluffy Halo-Halo.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱500 off your bill with Booky!
6. Tamagoya Noodle House – Masinag
Last month’s #7
A popular Japanese noodle house in Antipolo known for its bowls of ramen, rice bowls and gyoza that are homegrown from Hokkaido. Everyone who has visited has nothing but good words for their Stamina Ramen (ramen with chili miso paste base soup) and Beef Yakisoba.
It’s for people who enjoy a hearty bowl of authentic ramen.
It’s not for people looking for sushi.
We recommend their Stamina Ramen, Karaage.
2 Soliven Ave., Masinag, Lower Antipolo
5. Tahanan Bistro – Loresville Drive
Last month’s #2
Tahanan, meaning ‘home’, is a family run business set in renowned Filipino artist, Benji Reyes’ home lanai. Unlike any fine dining restaurant in the metro, Tahanan Bistro is a far cry from the usual, serving all-Filipino dishes that are close to home using only local produce and executed with international techniques from Chef Kevin Tuason’s culinary experience in Melbourne.
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 Ube (it’s purple yam & white chocolate lava cake, cheese ice cream, with an edam crisp)
Insider tip: They're a "Reservation Only" restaurant. So reserve and get up to ₱500 off your bill with Booky!
4. Casa Nieves – Robinsons Antipolo
Last month’s #6
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 enjoying a good catch-up since the serving size is perfect for sharing.
It’s not for those who are in a rush.
We recommend their Paella Valenciana, Beef Tenderloin Salpicao, Gambas Al Ajillo
Insider tip: Get up to ₱300 off your bill with Booky!
3. Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen – Mission Hills
Last month’s #3
Yellow Bird is a garden-inspired cafe and restaurant that offers delicious breakfast food and coffee. Aside from their excellent blend of Western and Asian cuisines, they’re especially famous for their specialty brews made from real coffee beans. They even have their own La Marzocco espresso machine, a must in high-end specialty coffee shops.
It’s for coffee connoisseurs and those looking to have a full breakfast as the restaurant opens as early as 7 AM.
It’s not for people who want restos that offer quick service.
We recommend their Homemade Meaty Lasagna, YB Nachos
2. Eggs for Breakfast Cafe – Velda Estate
Last month’s #8
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 as the restaurant can only seat 20 people.
We recommend their Beef Tapa, One Pan Breakfast, and VIgan Longganisa
1. Vieux Chalet Swiss Restaurant – Sitio Sampaguita
Last month’s #2
Unique to many of the gustatory cuisines in Metro Manila, Vieux Chalet combines Swiss cuisine with Filipino hospitality at their bed and breakfast situated in the higher areas of Antipolo overlooking the Manila skyline.
It’s for meat lovers who love their fill of cheese, too.
It’s not for big groups looking for a quick place to eat.
We recommend their Raclette and Mozarella Toast with Tomato Salsa.
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