There’s a “rabbit hole” in Antipolo and it leads to every aesthetic-obsessed foodie’s own personal wonderland. Located 76 steps below events venue Antipolo Beehouse, the Burrow Cafe is an underground escape built amongst the refreshing sights and sounds of nature.
The brainchild of Vitty and Marie Gutierrez, this rustic haven is framed by wooden exteriors and decked with garden furniture to bring the feel of its surrounding lush forest indoors. After enjoying their food and drink, visitors can take a siesta on one of the hammocks nearby while relishing the cool breeze blowing in from the one-of-a-kind eatery’s floor-to-ceiling panel windows.
Doubling as a restaurant, the cafe offers an all-day breakfast along with its mouthwatering lunch menu. If their menu is any indication, it seems first timers will be spoilt for choice from their Caldereta Short Ribs, to their Salmon Crabfat Emulsion Barley, to their special variety of Sourdough Pizza among others.
In accordance with the MGCQ, Burrow Cafe is only open on Wednesdays, Thursday, and Fridays. They’re available for pickup or delivery within Antipolo or Taytay areas. Customers may also opt to dine-in granted they make a reservation beforehand.
As for directions on how to get there, the cafe’s official page reads: “You may Waze Burrow Cafe for directions, we are located within Beverly Hills Subdivision Antipolo, at the end of the road. Look out for a wooden BEEHOUSE sign along bamboo fencing to your left. Entry to cafe - stay right along the wall, proceed to take the stairs down just along the gate.”
For more information on their menu and how to order, visit their website here.