10/17/2014

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10 Most Recommended Places to Eat in BAGUIO CITY

Finally, after 7 years, I had an opportunity again to visit the summer capital of Baguio City. I was so thankful for the long weekend that was announced recently because it gave us a chance to spend it somewhere. 

Aside from the beautiful places you can see in Baguio City, the Summer Capital also boasts different unique flavours that will tease your taste buds. 

Few days before we departed for Baguio, I asked my friends from Facebook about where to eat in Baguio. To be honest there were so many places to explore in Baguio but this time I would try the most recommended places based on the comments I had gathered. I also included some restaurants and places I thought would be a great place to hang out or to check out in the future on your visit to Baguio. 

So here are my TOP 10 in no particular order the MOST RECOMMENDED PLACES TO EAT IN BAGUIO. 

1. BISTRO by HILL STATION 
Camp John Hay 

A branch of the original Hill Station in Casa Vallejo, this restaurant is now ready to serve the people who are staying close to or working inside the Ayala Techno hub located inside Camp John Hay. 


Since we just arrived in Baguio, we were starving and we felt that this was the best spot for breakfast. 


Their menu all looks so sumptuous! 


The weather in Baguio was lovely!!


I ordered Eggs Benedict which comes with a nice and strong brewed coffee for Php 195.00. 


2. Pizza Volante
Camp John Hay 

Right inside the Techno Hub in Camp John Hay, one of the most visited place there was this Pizza Volante. So we promised ourselves that, we should give that one a try! Aside from their cheesy pizzas, they also have other food on the menu that is worth trying. Before you leave Baguio, you have to try their pizzas! 





Pizza Morengo for Php 182.00 8" Pizza. 


Chicken Pomelo Salad for Php 200.00 (approx). 


3. Forest House 
Loakan Road, Baguio . http://foresthouse.ph

Aside from having a bed and breakfast, people said that for best steaks and meats, this place was the one to beat. So that was the reason why we had our first dinner here at the Forest House. Every time I was asked for the food I want, I always ask them for their best sellers. RESERVATION IS IMPORTANT.


Christmas arrived early at Forest House. I love the ambiance of this place specially at night. We were contemplating whether to eat here at lunch or dinner, but for me, spending dinner here was perfect.




For the starters, we were told that their specialty was this 
HOME MADE BAGNET for Php 195.00



Fresh Calamares for Php 190.00


For the main course, I ordered BABY BACK RIBS for Php 445.00


Now for desserts, The Strawberry Ala Heston is a must have! Fresh Strawberries from Baguio in cream with a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg. To die for! 


4. Le Chef at The Manor
Camp John Hay . www.campjohnhay.ph

Since we were staying at The Manor, we had to try the breakfast here at Le Chef. Breakfast is available to guests and non-guests of the hotel . For Php 580.00 per person, enjoy the different selections of fruits, salads, your favourite international and filipino breakfast like Longganisa, Tocino and many more. No reservations needed.






What makes breakfast so special at Le Chef is also the great ambiance of the hotel overlooking the hotel garden.



5. Kiwing Na Kahoy Food Kommunity - Ili-Likha Artist Village . Assumption Road

Food communities are growing here in Baguio, but what makes this different was the artistry of the place. When we checked the variety of food available was minimal; however, I think most of the food stalls open late afternoon.

But it didn't stopped us from enjoying the place. The haphazard construction and odd nooks and crannies add to its uniqueness add more flavor to the different food served at this place! I loved it and we will definitely come back again! 





Brewed coffee for Php 50.00 . I love the locally grown coffee. Just in case you don't find the place, you can also use the GPS on your mobile phones. 


6. Fruits in Ice Cream 
Camp John Hay . www.fruitsinicecream.com

Cold climate paired with delicious ice cream. Perfect combination! I remember when we were in the UK how I enjoyed ice cream in a cold climate. De ja vous! 

They have such a variety of flavours you would surely enjoy! We tried the combination of Speculous (cookie dough), Salted Caramel and Butter Pecan ice cream! Wow! Perfect combination! 







7. Titania Wine Cellars
Camp John Hay 

Well, beer is good but wine is healthier! The climate in Baguio makes it ideal for a glass of red wine with friends. Titania Wine Cellars in Camp John Hay just beside Le Monet Hotel is one of the places you could enjoy a glass of wine. Just buy a bottle, asked for a wine glasses and bring some crackers and cheeses. Such a perfect way to call it a night! 





8. Hill Station
Casa Vallejo Upper Session Road . hillstationbaguio.com

Remember we had breakfast at the new hub of Hill Station at the Bistro in Camp John Hay. Next morning, we checked the original Hill Station located at Casa Vallejo Hotel. 

A fusion of the old Europe and new America worked so well together for the palates of the Filipino food lovers. No wonder why this one is one of the most visited restaurants in Baguio.

When driving to this place, it is better to park at SM and just walk down to Hill Station as this is in the one way street. It's only a 5 minute walk from SM Baguio. 







You can also buy some Pasalubong or their local delicacies at a very 
affordable prices at Hill Station. 




Mixed Fruits with Plain Yoghurt and local honey. And of course, my favourite 
Eggs Benedict again!


9. Ketchup Food Community
Romulo Drive near Wright Park

One of the famous food places in Baguio is the Ketchup Food Community. Located at the busy street of Romulo Drive, it has become one of the most visited spots for people who are looking for gastronomic food. All of the restaurants looked very busy and full and were lucky to find a spot at Green Pepper. A restaurant that served a fusion of Filipino and international flavours and uses natural ingredients and supported local produce. 







I once again asked for the best seller and they told me that I must try their Cordillera Smoked Tamarind Pork for Php 195.00. That was delicious! With that price and with their generous serving, Superb! 



We also asked for a starter and they recommended the Eggplant Rotini for Php 195.00 . Another fresh tasting meal!



And for desserts, we tried to be sinful by ordering the Chocolate Indulgence! Oh my word! Lol ... You really have to try Green Pepper. Or if you are there for long, better try all the restaurants in the Ketchup Food Community. 



10. Choco-Late De Batirol
Camp John Hay . chocolatedebatirol.com

Another amazing restuarants to visit inside Camp John Hay is the Choco Late De Batirol. A garden restuarant known for it's home cooked meals and their very famous hot thick blended cacao drink prepared using a traditional Batirol or pitcher. Another hidden gem not to be missed when visiting Baguio. 





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31 comments:

  1. Great shots and places! I personally love the Forest Garden. The Pizza Volante looks like a must try since a lot of people are seen in your photo. :)

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    1. You are so right about Pizza Volante .. It's a crowd favorite that's why we also checked it out! :)

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  2. This post made me very hungry. Great photos.

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    1. Hahaha So am I even until now when I look at them! :)

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  3. Lots of good food especially chicken pomelo salad, pizza and all. Baguio really's a beautiful place to spend with your precious time.

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    1. At first I never thought it's going to be a good combination, but the flavors blended so well and one of the best salad we've tasted! :)

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  4. There are so many great restaurants inside Camp John Hay. We've seen Forest House but then my dad didn't have any preference as they had a lack of options for vegetarians. Anyway, the rest of the places in this list look enticing.

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    1. You are so right... We were happy where we stayed (The Manor) . Some says that you feel the real Baguio inside Camp John Hay since they were able to preserve the pine trees in the area. :)

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  5. I can see why Ketchup is so popular - that would have been my first choice. So many good mouth watering options though ! Thanks for sharing !

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    1. I never thought its going to be so busy that most of them are closing so early because it was so full! Location is also a factor why this place is highly visited.

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  6. So many choices, so many places, so may mouth-watering food (yes, I'm literally drooling here), and seeing them all compiled here made me realized something: I am definitely missing a lot on Baguio City (sabagay, it's been like 12 years since the last time I've been there).

    I wonder though if the old Rose Bowl still exist in the city? That's the first and last time I hit a bistro there (and it's like... err, almost two decades ago).

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    1. Hi Slickmaster, you really need to visit Baguio again. It's been 5 years since I last visited the place that's why I asked my FB friends where to really go in Baguio as I had no idea. haha It's never too late to visit the Summer Capital! ;)

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  7. The places look fab and the food delicious! I could just visit the city for its food! I especially liked the interiors of Forres House.. its my kind of place!

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    1. I think that's what we just did here! Aside from being the Summer Capital of the PHilippines. It also a haven for good food! :)

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  8. Now I am hungry! Early this year, we went to Baguio for a day. I cannot remember what we ate. Must be some fast food. Next time, I want to try at least one of your recommendations.

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    1. Oh please stay longer next time! It's nice to go there for a day but to enjoy the real Baguio feel. 3 days 2 nights is better! Happy New Year! :)

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  9. You sure had a lot of food! :p . I'll try one of these i guess

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    1. I think I gained so much after eating all these! haha

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  10. Great photos! I like how the Forest House looks like. Steak, Pizza and Desserts are my fave!

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    1. I wish I could try more at Forest House.. I will definitely come back again!

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  11. Anyone looking for hang out place for their stomach can just go through this list! Yea!I'm so glad you included the addresses

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    1. Thanks so much Tiffany! Yes Baguio City can be quite confusing that why I included them in my article. We use the phone gps map most of the time and they are pretty accurate! ":)

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  12. Very useful list. I like going to Baguio but I have not been to any of these places. I want to try Forest House, and its bed and breakfast too. We saw Pizza Volante always so full of people!

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    1. Forest house is a must but you must phone to make reservations. It's always ideal to visit Baguio city!

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  13. I like the ketchup food community because of the variety. The prices are also reasonable.

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  14. Asking your readers for suggestions on where to eat is a great idea! It would be awesome to be able to check them all out, but in good time..

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  15. The food at Green Pepper looks so good! I'd love to try that eggplant rotini because eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables!

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  16. Forest House sounds great and that is a really comprehensive list you have put up there along with great photos. Thanks for sharing :)

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  17. This would be helpful, we'll be in Baguio this coming weekend with the fambam. Will try to check some of the places you mentioned here

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  18. You did an awesome job of showcasing all the great things about Forest House. The food looks great and the wines look superb. I would definitely love to eat there.

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