The Coziest Breakfast or Brunch Spots in Antipolo

For your next weekend drive!

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(SPOT.ph) When you’re looking for a change of scenery from the hectic way of things in the Metro, but don’t want to be spending hours out on the road, driving out to Antipolo is your best bet. It’s got the laid-back, easy-breezy feel similar to the atmosphere in the province but is relatively close to the Metro, and most importantly, it’s home to so many amazing restaurants to visit! Its serene setting is superb experience in the early hours of the day, especially if you’ve got a hearty morning meal and a cup of joe to keep you company. We say set your alarms and make those weekend plans for an Antipolo breakfast or brunch date. And for that, you can’t go wrong with these establishments that deliver on picturesque interiors, relaxing vibes, and of course, great-tasting food.

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Also read: 10 Restaurants in Antipolo for Your Next Quick Getaway

These are the best cafés and restaurants in Antipolo for breakfast and brunch right now:

Burrow Café

restaurants in antipolo: Burrow Cafe
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breakfast eats at Burrow Cafe
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Burrow Café’s moniker ingeniously takes after the fact that it’s an underground spot, semi-hidden within creative space and events venue Antipolo Beehouse. They open 8 a.m. onwards from Wednesdays to Sundays, so you can get your fix of their all-day breakfast eats first thing in the morning! You can go for leveled-up takes on familiar Filipino eats like the Tender Beef Tapa and the Adlai Caldo, or start your day on a sweet note with the Nutella Pancakes with Cinnamon Cream—the choice is up to you!

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Burrow Café is at 113 Beverly Hills Avenue, Beverly Hills Subdivision, Antipolo City.

Crescent Moon Café

restaurants in antipolo: Crescent Moon Café
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assemble-it-yourself salad from Crescent Moon Café
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If you’ve ever dreamed of having your first meal in a rustic oasis where eclectic art pieces meet vibrant greenery, consider trooping over to Crescent Moon Cafe? This pottery haven-slash-eatery opens from 9 a.m. from Wednesdays to Sundays, and it’s well worth visiting in the morning too if you’re looking to reclaim your inner zen. Granted, they don’t have a dedicated breakfast menu, but we are well acquainted with having full meals for breakfast or brunch anyway. Their lineup is peppered with Southeast Asian influences; some highlights are their fresh and bright Alagao (P360/good for two to three), an assemble-it-yourself salad of sorts with ingredients like basil, coconut, chili, shrimp, green mango, peanut sauce, and more in alagao leaves; and the Steamed Fish in Tamarind Sauce (P660) that’s got delicate white fish in a tangy Vietnamese-style sauce. They’ve also got rice meals you can’t go wrong with, like the Beef Rendang (P340) and Lemongrass Pork Belly (P340). Of course, you can always go for one of their kakanin, like the nutty-meets-fruity Suman at Mangga (P150) and earthy Suman Itim (P120).

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Crescent Moon Café is at Sapang Buho Road, Barangay Dalig, Antipolo City.

Café Esque

restaurants in antipolo: Café Esque
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Continental breakfast dishes at Cafe Esque
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What better way to start your day than with a good cup of joe in a mellow setting? Café Esque’s got your back with their line of classic coffee drinks and laid-back vibe, where wooden tables and potted greenery make for a peaceful sight. They open at 8:30 a.m. and you can take your pick from drinks like the Cappuccino (starts at P120/12 ounces hot) and Hazelnut Latte (starts at P130/12 ounces hot). Pair your sips with one of their waffles, like the classic Maple & Butter (P105) or the savory-sweet Ham & Egg (P155); or their all-day breakfast dishes, like the Continental (P205).

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Café Esque is at L. Sumulong Circle, Antipolo City.

Café Cristina

restaurants in antipolo: Café Cristina
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breakfast meal from Cafe Cristina
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Open 8 a.m. onwards, this café-slash-bar-slash-resto has three branches in Antipolo, all of which go for a cozy vibe with dark wooden tables and chairs, as well as glass windows. You can also opt to dine al-fresco at your branch of choice. Their lineup of all-day breakfast eats is relatively short but covers all bases—from Filipino dishes like the Pork Tocino (P265) and Adobo Flakes, to continental takes like the Breakfast Croissant (P235) and English Breakfast (P320).

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Café Cristina has branches at FBM Building, M.L. Quezon Street, Antipolo City and BosoBoso Highlands, Antipolo City. See a list of Café Cristina branches.

Chives Bistro & Market

restaurants in antipolo: Chives Bistro & Market
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Beef Salpicao from Chives Bistro & Market
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How about an Asian-European bite for brunch? Chives Bistro & Market opens at 10 a.m. and goes for a cheerful-meets-homey ambience, thanks to the many wooden elements and hanging lamps plus plenty of greenery to go around, too. Their menu doesn’t have a section specifically catering to brunch hour, but who’s to say you can’t fill up on their Beef Salpicao (starts at P350), Malaysian Fish Head Curry (P320), or Truffled Egg Sandwich (P220) while it’s relatively early? Go ahead, dig in.

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Chives Bistro & Market is at EM Gems Building, L. Sumulong, Circumferential Road, San Roque, Antipolo City.

Yellow Bird Café & Kitchen

restaurants in antipolo: Yellow Bird Café & Kitchen
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classic Filipino 'silogs from Yellow Bird Café Kitchen
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This bright and sunny spot opens as early as 9 a.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends—and they’ve got plenty of glass windows that let the natural light peek through, illuminating their wood-dominated interiors! Go ahead and enjoy the view while you fill up on their lineup of classic Filipino 'silogs, including the Homemade Beef Tapa (P175), Tinapang Bangus (P185), and Calumpit Longganisa (P175).

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Yellow Bird Café & Kitchen is at Mission Hills Subdivision, Antipolo City.

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