Chilling in Baguio: Where to Eat

Apart from the cool weather and cool places, gastronomy also piqued our interest as we did our 2 day trip in Baguio. 🙂

If you’re wondering where to eat while you’re in the City of Pines, you may want to check out these cafes/restaurants we tried:

1. Pizza Volante

Open for 24 hours, Pizza Volante is found along the busy street of Session Road.

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2. Cafe by the Ruins

Found in Chuntug St., Cafe by the Ruins is quite popular. Its fame reached our intrigued  minds and so we set our foot into the rustic restaurant.

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3. Vizco’s

Vizco’s blueberry cheesecake is simply the best.

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4. Chocolate de Batirol

Cold weather, warmth of sunshine, trees, hills, and flowers, and a cup of rich, thick hot chooclate that may be the best ever, what more can you ask for a lovely morning?

All of them you’ll find in Chocolate de Batirol, Atbp found within the confines of Camp John Hay.

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5. Canto in Ketchup Community

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The line may be long but the hours of waiting is surely worth the wait. Not because of fancy interior design but because of the huge, and tasty, and thick slab of steak of Canto.

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6. Cafe Sabel

Beneath the galleries of BenCab museum is a whimsical, quirky spot for some meals, snacks, or coffee. Named after BenCab’s muse, Cafe Sabel is decorated with fancy and bright colors. A few artworks are hanging by the wall. ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????


We were sad because we weren’t able to try a meal in Oh My Gulay but next time, I’ll be sure to drop by the vegetarian restaurant. I’ve also heard of Good Taste but we also weren’t able to try eating there. I’m sure there are a lot more good restaurants or cafe within the lovely city of Baguio and our 2 days are definitely not enough.

It was such a privilege, having been able to go and try some good food in nice restaurants. I am looking forward to the day when I can bring my loved ones with me on a gastronomic trip such as this. 🙂

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