The Province of Rizal is not only known for its amazing food and products delicacies. Rizal is also known for its unique beauty of nature, including tourist spots such as overlooking views, mountains, caves, and waterfalls that are located here. That is why many tourists are enticed to visit the province of Rizal.
Here, many businesses have built restaurants where a big part of it is an overlooking view to satisfy our people while eating and had a chance to unwind with such a beautiful view. That is Why when in Rizal will give you a must-see overlooking restaurant places that you can visit here in Rizal.
- La Franco’s Veranda
It is located on the Marikina-Infanta Highway in Tanay, Rizal, where they serve authentic Filipino favorites such as their best seller Silog. Also, they serve soups such as Bulalo and Lomi, perfect for beautiful overlooking views and cold weather. When it comes to price, their meals here are affordable and worth the price. You can enjoy good food and a beautiful overlooking view at the same time.
How to get there? 📍 La Franco’s Veranda is marked on Google Maps.
Address: Mayagay 1, Barangay Sampaloc, Tanay Rizal (Along Marilaque Highway)
The restaurant is open from 6 am to 6 pm. They don’t accept reservations.
2. Maura’s Place by Mela and Mai
It is located on the Pagrai Hills Subdivision in Antipolo, Rizal, where they serve various country-style rice meals, pasta dishes, rustic pizza, sandwiches, fruit shakes, and alcoholic beverages. The vibes of the restaurants are like you are in Tagaytay or Baguio because of the ambiance of its home-style look restaurant. You have two choices of dining options they offer sunrise dining and sunset dining, where you can appreciate the place more because of its beautiful sunrise and sunset view.
How to get there? 📍 Maura’s Place by Mela and Mai.
Address: 0011 Granada Street, Pagrai Hills Subdivision, Unit II, Antipolo, Rizal.
Open for advance booking and reservation only. Slots are available for Sunrise and Sunset Dining.
Open from 11 am to 8 pm.
3. Ricardo’s Vista Del Cielo
It is a family-owned restaurant located in Tanay, Rizal. They offer varieties of Filipino and Spanish dishes in their restaurant. Most of their dishes are suitable for sharing or family-style dishes that can be shared by 3 – 4 pax. Also, you can surely enjoy the beautiful view of the Sierra Madre mountains while eating Filipino and Spanish cuisines. The restaurant also has a covered roof deck area with large tables for groups where you can enjoy the natural view outside.
How to get there? 📍 Ricardo’s Vista Del Cielo
Address: Marcos Highway, Mayagay 1, Sampaloc, Tanay, Rizal
For inquiries please contact: 09167773282
4. Vieux Chalet
It is located on 456 Taktak Road in Antipolo, Rizal, where they serve Authentic Swiss Cuisine. One of their specialty dishes is Cheese Fondue, which comes with toasted homemade bread, prunes, and steamed organic vegetables. Also, you must try their best seller and highly recommended in their menu; The raclette Festival experience, where raclette is burnt to melt and placed on your plate for you to savor. They have an extensive menu from wine, cheese, pasta, pizzas, and meat entrées such as Lamb Shoulder. You can enjoy this Swiss Cuisine with a beautiful scenic view of the Antipolo mountainside and Metro Manila.
How to get there? 📍 Vieux Chalet
Address: 456 Taktak Road, Sitio Sampaguita, Santa Cruz, 1870 Rizal, Antipolo City.
The restaurant is open from 9 am to 8 pm. For inquiries please contact: (02) 6970396
5. Chimney Café 360º at ArtSector Gallery
Chimney Café 360º is another notable work Antonio Leaño, the architect behind Pinto Art Museum. This café serves Filipino and Italian Cuisines, but it may vary because their menu is changing monthly between these two cuisines. Also, they serve hot and cold-brewed coffee while you can enjoy the beautiful 360º view of Metro Manila, Sierra Madre mountains, and Laguna de Bay.
How to get there? 📍 Chimney Café 360º at ArtSector Gallery
Address: Lot 18, Block 178 Eastridge Executive Village, Col. Guido Rd, Tayuman, Binangonan, Rizal near Antipolo City.
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 1:30 pm to 8:30 pm
These are the must-see overlooking places to visit in Rizal!
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