Antipolo is a beautiful city located in the province of Rizal, just east of Manila. Aside from being known as a pilgrimage destination for its Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, Antipolo has recently become a foodie haven with a diverse and exciting restaurant scene. The city’s unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty has inspired a range of dining options, from traditional Filipino eateries to chic cafes and trendy bistros.
The city’s growing restaurant scene has been driven by the growing population of Antipolo, as well as the increasing number of visitors and tourists attracted to the city’s natural attractions, cultural sites, and recreational activities. As a result, local entrepreneurs and restaurateurs have taken advantage of the city’s potential as a dining destination, showcasing their creativity and culinary skills through a range of food concepts and flavors.
Check out some of the city’s most exciting and diverse restaurants that are sure to satisfy your cravings and take your taste buds on your summer foodie adventure.
Tahanan Bistro is a restaurant that offers a unique dining experience. They have an extensive menu that features classic Filipino dishes, as well as contemporary twists on traditional favorites. Their elegant and cozy interior, their lush and verdant grounds as well as their amazing view add to the overall dining experience.
Tahanan Bistro is located at 22 Loresville Drive, Lores Farm Subdivision, San Roque, Upper Antipolo, Rizal, open Saturdays to Sundays from 11am to 4pm and 6pm to 10pm. For inquiries and reservations, call +63 925 8801487. Walk-ins are not entertained.
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Yellow Bird Cafe
This cafe is an excellent place to grab coffee and brunch with friends. They have a laid-back, rustic-inspired vibe that’s perfect for a lazy weekend morning. Their menu includes various breakfast and lunch options, as well as several coffee and tea choices.
Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen is located at Lot 3 Blk 2, Mission Hills Blvd., Mission Hills Subd., San Roque, Antipolo, Rizal. It is open weekdays from 9am to 8pm and weekends from 7am to 8pm. Call +63 925 7155287 for inquiries.
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Crescent Moon Cafe
Crescent Moon Cafe is a famous restaurant that’s known for its pottery and food. They serve delicious Southeast Asian dishes and desserts in their cozy, rustic-inspired restaurant. You can also take pottery classes while you’re here and purchase handmade pottery pieces.
Crescent Moon Cafe and Studio Pottery is located along Sapang Buho Rd. Brgy. Dalig, Antipolo City, open Wednesdays to Sundays from 9am to 5pm. For inquiries and reservations, call +63 2 82345724.
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Cafe Agusta is a cafe that’s located in a residential area in Antipolo that boasts of a splendid view of the city. This place is famous for its coffee and homemade pastries, which are all made from scratch. The cafe has a warm and cozy ambiance that’s perfect for a quick break or casual meetings.
Cafe Agusta is located along Grand Heights Road, Grand Heights Subdivision, Antipolo City, Rizal, open Mondays to Thursdays from 12 noon to 9pm and Fridays to Sundays from 11am to 11pm.
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Burrow Cafe is notable for its unique location: an underground bunker that leads to a sunlit room surrounded by lush forests with a view of a stream. It serves food made with ingredients sourced from the Antipolo Market or grown within the cafe’s grounds.
Burrow Cafe is located at the Antipolo Beehouse, 113 Beverly Hills Drive, Beverly Hills Subdivision, Antipolo, open Wednesdays to Fridays from 8am to 4pm and Saturdays to Sundays 8am to 5pm. Although walk-ins are welcome, table reservation is highly recommended through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mobile (+63 917 6229795).
More deets on Burrow Cafe here.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner date, a family-friendly meal, or a casual brunch with friends over the course of the summer, Antipolo has a restaurant that caters to every taste and budget.
So, tayo na sa Antipolo for our foodie adventure!
3 thoughts on “The Jelly List: Top trendy restaurants in Antipolo for your summer foodie adventure”
Wow Antipolo seems a very nice place! I don’t know why I’ve never been there.. maybe someday eh
It’s nice to venture to east of Manila every once in a while.
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It’s very nice to see your posts of places. Very detailed and informative! I usually just pass Manila when I come home because my family lives down south. It’s good to know these places! Might take a little detour next time!
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