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Taktak Road, Antipolo City
A fine dining restaurant with a homey appeal, Vieux Chalet started in 1984 and has since grown into a well-loved romantic getaway near the city. Offering delectable Swiss cuisine, this hidden gem in Antipolo continuously receives good reviews from it guests all year round. Recommended dishes are spinach ravioli, raclette and filet mignon.
Budget per person: Php 300.00 – Php 500.00
A native rice cake synonymous with the province’s capital is the classic suman sa ibos. Made from steamed glutinous rice and coconut milk and wrapped in buri leaves, suman sa ibos is one of Filipinos’ favourite snacks. Usually dip in sugar or served with ripe mangoes, and paired with hot coffee or hot cocoa drink.
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A soup dish similar to nilaga but cooked differently in Taytay by adding some cinnamon bark or ‘sangkit’ while tenderizing the beef, making the dish tastier and more aromatic.
One of Angono’s pride, fried itik or fried duck is a must- try when visiting this town. Fried itik is actually cooked like adobo and then fried into golden brown perfection.
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Binangonan’s favourite snack, abnoy or bibingkang abnoy is like a native kakanin made from aborted duck eggs cooked in banana leaves and has a strong odor and taste a bit salty and tangy.
A visit to Antipolo is not complete without bringing home one of the capital’s staples – the good-tasting cashew nuts or kasoy.
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