Sunday, January 12, 2014

Food trip in Baguio

Each place has their food that they can brag about, so we searched for restaurants during our stay in Baguio.  We avoided those that are always available here in the metro.  We went to SM Baguio of course just to checkout again the place but we just saw the usual restaurants.  I asked Mr. google and here are the results of the best restaurants in Baguio:

Choco-late de Batirol.  Located in the heart of Camp John Hay. Serves Filipino food with hot chocolate.  They have some other branches too, one you can find in Barbara  restaurant in Intramuros.  We grabbed our lunch here on our first day.

50's Diner.  Serves american food, shakes, steaks, pasta and sandwiches.  Price ranges from P150 and above.  The serving was so big, we were not given heads up so the result was... we couldn't finish everything.

Buffet breakfast in microtel. We consumed the free buffet breakfast for 2 mornings.  They have rice and ulams, french toasts, salads, omelettes, etc.  Buti din, di paulit-ulit yung mga food. The strawberry jam and the peanut butter are superb!

Oh my Khan Mongolian grill & hotpot.  We arrived here at 3PM so we were not able to try the mongolian grill because it is only open for lunch and dinner.  The food here are also so good, price ranges from P200 and above.

Little John's in Camp John Hay. This restaurant also offers American dishes.  Price ranges from P150-250.  They have paper mats and colors to scribble and draw while waiting for your food... I think my drawing skill is not that stagnant and it was not that bad afterall. :)

Other restaurants that we want to try next time: Oh my gulay, Rose Bowl, Cafe by the ruins and Hill Station.


  1. Nagutom ako sa katitingin sa mga foods:)

    1. Hehehe! Kaya ang taba namin after nito mommy joy