As its name suggests, the restaurant is underground. It’s located in Antipolo, a city right outside Manila and has brick walls, a wood-paneled ceiling, and hammocks for swinging in.
It’s located along a quiet street in a gated community known as Beverly Hills Subdivision, an appropriate name for a place that used to be thought of as the home of Antipolo’s rich families. Located adjacent to an events venue, it overlooks a narrow stream that — at least for Filipinos’ standards — looks relatively clean.
Residents of Manila have a multitude of cafe options to choose from — solid places that are usually cheaper and offer more options in their dining and drink menus. But if they just want to get away from the city’s chaotic mess, then that selection dwindles down dramatically. The food and drink at Burrow are solid, though not good enough that you’d go out of your way for it — but its setting and ultra-chill space is.