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These foodie spots will definitely make your mouth water!

This first-class city in Rizal Province actually hides a number of treasures just waiting to be discovered. We reckon it’s got enough gems to rival Baguio or Tagaytay as your next favorite weekend destination!

Just a stone’s throw from Metro Manila, Antipolo is home to hole-in-the-wall cafes and a number of touristic dining spots.

Your next meal could be at a cafe in an art gallery, a buffet that doubles as a pottery studio, or a hanging garden spa with in-house catering! Here’s a list of all the best food spots found in Antipolo!

Eggs for Breakfast Cafe – Velada Estate

Eggs for Breakfast is an all-day breakfast cafe hidden inside Velada Estate. Apart from Filipino and American breakfast favorites , they also serve a number of pastas, sandwiches, burgers, and fruit shakes. Don’t miss their best selling One Pan Breakfast, White Truffle Carbonara, and French Toast with Berries.

Eggs For Breakfast Interior
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Eggs for Breakfast French Toast
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Velada Estate, #21 Don Juan St., Villa Cecilia Subd., Sumulong Highway, Antipolo, Rizal
(02) 7213-2434

Tahanan Bistro – Antipolo

Located on the upper floor of renowned artist, Benji Reyes’s home, Tahanan Bistro is a casual but fine dining escape in Antipolo, strictly by reservation only. Helmed by Chef Kevin and Keesha Reyes, this restaurant serves organic and locally-sourced Filipino dishes through 3 set menus: Aranga, Balayong and Katmon. 

Tahanan Bistro Interior
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Poached Pears
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22 Loresville Drive Lores Farm Subdivision, San Roque, Antipolo
(0925) 880-1487

Yellow Lantern Cafe – Comodaville

Yellow Lantern is an out-of-city cafe, bar, and restaurant with breathtaking views. The gastropub serves a mix of Asian and continental comfort food. Must-tries include their Nachos, Baby Back Ribs, Emcaro Pizza, and Pinoy Paella. Head to the top floor of the restaurant for some music, drinks, and beer pong. They have a second branch on Lilac St. in Marikina!

Yellow Lantern Cafe Interior
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Pizza from Yellow Lantern Cafe
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G/F Comodaville Penthouse, Brgy. Mambugan, Antipolo, Rizal
(02) 8631-5648

Pinto Cafe – Pintô Art Museum

One of Antipolo’s top destinations is the Pintô Art Museum. After checking out the galleries, grab a snack at the Pintô Cafe. This casual cafe boasts Filipino flair. With modern takes on classic dishes of our culture, the doors are always open letting in that equatorial breeze.

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Pinto Art Museum, 1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights Subdvision, San Roque, Antipolo
(02) 8633-0329

Crescent Moon Cafe – Sapang Buho Road

Since 1997, Crescent Moon Cafe in Rizal has drawn diners from all corners of the Metro thanks to its colorful, open-air structure and Southeast Asian- inspired specialties. The kitchen creates a menu based on what is fresh and available for the day and a sumptuous buffet is available on weekends, from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm.

Fun Fact: The place also houses the ceramics studio of pottery artist, Lanelle Abueva-Fernando.
Crescent Moon Cafe Pond
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Suman with Latik from Crescent Moon Cafe
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Sapang Buho Road, Bgy. Dalig, Antipolo, Rizal
(02) 8234-5724; (0917) 523-2356

Vieux Chalet Swiss Restaurant – Sitio Sampaguita

Since 1984, Vieux Chalet has upheld the tradition of marrying fine Swiss Cuisine with Filipino hospitality. Enjoy raclette and fondue while getting a gorgeous view of the city from their intimate, al fresco dining area. They serve the best of what Switzerland has to offer from steaks and sausages, to pizzas and pastas.

Vieux Chalet Philippines
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456 Taktak Road, Sitio Sampaguita, Antipolo
(02) 8697-0396; (0928) 288-8584

Tipulo Filipino Modern Cuisine – Sumulong Highway

Tipulo is one of the best places in Antipolo for traditional and straightforward Filipino food but they also serve dishes with fresh and modern twists. Their Tipulo Nachos puts a Pinoy spin on a well-loved Mexican appetizer by loading thin and crispy chips with longganisa, mango salsa, chopped bagnet, and cheese sauce!

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First Pacific Leadership Academy, KM 27, Sumulong Highway, Antipolo, Rizal
(02) 8696-3051; (02) 8696-3618

Cafe Lupe – Sumulong Highway

Cafe Lupe is a go-to place for coffee and brunch in the daytime. At night, this Mexican-Filipino fusion spot along Sumulong Highway comes alive with live bands, picas, and booze. They have an outdoor area, a game room, and a deck where you can get nice views of the city. Insider Tip: Don’t miss a photo op with Cafe Lupe customized van!

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Lot 2B and 2C, Barangay Mambugan, Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City
(0920) 677 7959

Cafe Agusta – San Roque

Wave down from great heights at Cafe Agusta. Enjoy great coffee, pastas, entrees, and pastries while overlooking the surprisingly gorgeous Metro Manila skyline.

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Grand Heights Rd, San Roque, Antipolo
(0917) 448 0983

Anix’s House of Kare-Kare – Sumulong Highway

Anix’s House of Kare-Kare is a Filipino restaurant that offers homestyle and traditional cooking. Popular, must-try dishes include their Crispy Pata, Baked Oysters, Sizzling Boneless Bangus Ala Pobre, Special Bulalo, and of course, the house specialty: Kare-kare.

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71 Sumulong Highway, Sito Kamias, Antipolo, Rizal
(02) 8370-9450

Luljetta’s Hanging Garden Restaurant – Sitio Loreland

Luljetta’s Hanging Garden Restaurant is set in the first and only hanging garden and spa in the Philippines. The mountains of Antipolo offer commanding views of Laguna De Bay and Metro Manila. Guests can enjoy food from the resort’s in-house caterer, Verde Restaurante. Don’t miss the Peruvian Chicken with Green Sauce, Pork Short Ribs Caldereta and Deep Fried Calamari with Tartar Sauce. 

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Sitio Loreland, Brgy. San Roque, Antipolo, Rizal
(0977) 162 6569

Here’s a bonus find we just couldn’t let pass, if you’re feeling a little adventurous to try exotic food, then the additional 2km to Angono will definitely be worth it.

Balaw Balaw Specialty Restaurant – Angono

Balaw Balawi is Filipino restaurant-cum-gallery by the late artist, Perdigon N. Vocalan, and his wife Luzvimin. It has become a popular tourist attraction in Angono thanks to it’s exotic offerings. If you’re not quite ready to fill your guts with things like coconut worms and tree ants, you can always order the crowd-pleasing Minaluto platter!

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16 Doña Justa Subd. Phase I, Manila East Highway, Angono, Rizal
(02) 8651-0110; (0923) 714-4209

Burrow Cafe – Taytay

You can find this hidden gem tucked into the lush greenery of Rizal and distanced away from the hectic world of the city proper. This quaint cafe is an extension if the instagram-famous Antipolo Beehouse. It’s safe to say that this food spot doesn’t hold it’s own photo-worthy spots either.

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Photo from @burrowcafe.ph

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113 Beverly Hills Dr, Beverly Hills Subd, Taytay, Rizal
0917 622 9795

Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen – San Roque

Yellow Bird’s food is a mix of Western and Asian cuisines but they’re especially famous for their specialty brews made from real coffee beans. Coffee means business to the guys at Yellow Bird, they even have their own La Marzocco espresso machine! Don’t miss out on their berry and matcha cheesecakes!

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Blk 2, Mission Hills Blvd, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal
(0917) 812-0826

Marison’s – San Roque

Marison’s is a home-grown restaurant in Antipolo that offers a modern interpretation of Filipino comfort food. The founder, (with the same name!), was a lawyer for 35 years before she retired when she decided to pursue her passion for food! Try their homemade bagoong with the crispy Bagnet chips, or their famous Crispy Trip Kare-Kare!

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Level 2 Vista Mall Antipolo Building 1, Manuel L. Quezon Ext. Mille Luce, San Roque, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal
(02) 8252-8525; (0918) 912-4650

Share your own Antipolo food finds with us in the comments section below! Be sure to tag us on Twitter (@bookymanila) or Instagram (@bookyapp) so we can join you on your next adventure.

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