(This feature was published in Spot.ph last April 14, 2019)
About an hour’s drive away east of Manila is Antipolo, a popular weekend getaway for its fresh air and spectacular view of the Metro. A lot of people come here because it’s been a well-known pilgrimage site for decades, but it’s now also gaining popularity for its unique dining destinations as well as cool accommodations. If you need a break from the city, Antipolo might just be your next escape.
For your next out-of-town food trip, we’ve listed 10 must-visit dining spots in Antipolo:
Burrow Café is probably Antipolo’s best-kept secret—no more. Serious foodies have spread the word about this hidden garden haven that city-dwellers often flock here on the weekend. Their rustic and cozy ambience featuring mismatched furniture and lots of greenery set the mood for a romantic dining experience. The restaurant’s menu highlights all-day breakfast fare, like the mouthwatering and true-to-its-word-succulent Tender Beef Tapa (P320), and Salmon Poke Bowl (P475), which is perfect if you’re looking for a light but tasty lunch. Save room for coffee and dessert, and don’t hesitate to lounge in their comfy hammocks after a filling meal.
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