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  • Stationz Cafe: Amazing food, great atmosphere, cool people

    by jothan Written Apr 18, 2008

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    Stationz Cafe is a newly opened restaurant/cafe next to Gate 4 SLU. It only opened one week ago but it is already packed to capacity. People are scrambling for an oppurtunity to eat at this one of a kind Cafe. The menu is geared towards students, so the prices are dirt cheap! Meals start at just 35 pesos, while freshsly brewed coffee starts at only 15 pesos! The food is amazing! Nothing is frozen or pre cooked, everything is made fresh as you order. The cooks use no MSG or extenders, the food is made with natural herbs and spices. The food is healthy and increadably delicious. The atmosphere is amazing! The atmosphere is similar to Starbucks or Mocha Blends, but the food is a mere fraction of the cost. The kitchen and dinning area are spotless. Everything is Sanitized and very clean! The staff are friendly and courteous. The owner is generous, and always goes out of her way to make customers happy. Overall, Stationz Cafe is an amazing experience! I personally will eat there every day!

    Favorite Dish: I have two favourites actually. The first is an invention of the owner called "potpot". It is essentially a small round doughnut, with cheese in the middle, baked fresh as you order. It is mouth watering and extremely addictive.
    My second favourite is there Soamai. One Soamai costs six pesos (at least two pesos cheaper than everyone else) and is bigger than your average Soamai. The Soamai is made fresh daily and is a favourite of most customers.

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    Crappy Service: KaffeKlatsch

    by Beye Written Apr 15, 2008

    A friend and I wanted to have coffee in a quiet place in Baguio. So, I suggested we go COFFEEKLUTZ! Huge mistake!!! We went there on a Friday night at around 730pm. No one was there at the place yet, but the lady server was escorting to this place where we dont want to be seated. She's saying that they have to seat people appropriately because they usually have a crowd on Fridays.

    It was 730, the band will start at 8 or something, NO ONE was in the area. and we were being forced to sit in a remote place. We asked to be moved but they would not allow us. They didnt even bother asking how long we were planning to stay (we had NO plans of staying long, just there for coffee supposedly).

    Crappy customer service. Even the owner wasn't too accommodating either. It was really lousy and irritating!

    Favorite Dish: With that kind of service, I don't see them lasting long. Sayang.

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    Poor Service, impolite staff: A not so Blissful Dinner At Bliss Cafe

    by ProudMarikenya Written Feb 19, 2008

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    A not so blissful dinner at Bliss Cafe

    I read good reviews about this veggie restaurant in lifestyle magazines and newspaper in Manila so made this resto part of our Baguio culinary adventure. The food was not worth the long wait. I wonder why our order took sooo long to serve when we were the only customers then. We ordered by plate meals and we had to follow up like 3-4x before they serve the first plate, and each order came to our table one at a time, like 20 minutes after the other. While others were eating already, some were still waiting. The Biancci and Miguel were crying because their veggie sisig was too spicy, I was looking for the server to ask for water but she was nowhere to be found, I even have to go to the kitchen to ask for water. I got so pissed to find out that the staff was all in the kitchen just playing around. The staff was not even pleasant nor apologetic for the long wait. When we asked for the bill, I questioned the server why the O.R. was under a different name, she couldn’t give me an answer. I asked her to replaced it (just to make her life a little difficult). When she came back to me, she said “ hindi daw do pwede sabi ng kasama ko” but I insisted. Then one of the staff in the kitchen came to me angry and said “ Hindi pwede kasi magbabayad kami sa BIR!” WHATTTT!!!! %8&#@*%!!!!!!!!! I felt like my blood pressure gone up, and my hidden waray waray nature came out (no need to detail every thing) Then the other kitchen staff came rushing with the new O.R. and apologizing for everything.

    The place is supposed to be good in ambiance, but surely I will not recommend this resto and even warn people not to go to here.

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    Zola: Zola, the best food ever

    by shopniryan Written Jan 2, 2008

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

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    I've been to Baguio several times but the recent trip I had, it was superb. Had lots of time to shop, stroll and eat. Oh yes! eat!! Discovered Zola at Session Road, they served the best tasting sizzling, pasta and salad at a very affordable rate. We stayed there for two days but we are always present at Zola from breakfast till dinner. Our bill was only a little over P300.00 that's a complete meal. Am from Makati and having dinner or just snack for two costs more than P300.00. Zola is the best so far in Baguio.

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    Palisata: Hidden

    by Zinoki Written Dec 14, 2007

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    I have tried many restaurants after coming to Boguio but the best so far is a restaurant called Plaisata, its very hidden away, if you find it your are in luck. Its at the top of a parking lot near a pink church, very random all I can say. Its on session road

    Sitting at the top you get a best view of the town and the mountains. The food is excellent and the service is very good. It’s small but nice.

    but a bit expencive about 500 pesos for a very good meal

    Favorite Dish: tanguri chicken, but their steak is also very good

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    Sizzling Plate: Local chain restaurant that's worth it

    by Maximus69 Written Sep 8, 2007

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    This is a local chain restaurant that I found to be quite good.
    The food was good (you get soup of the day along with your meal), the drinks cold and the staff were good and efficient.

    Favorite Dish: Aussie T Bone steak

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    Bruno's cafe / La Chalet Restaurant: Quality place to eat

    by Maximus69 Written Aug 29, 2007

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Ok you have to eat and there are some nice local resaurants to eat at such as, Sizzling Plate, Cafe by The ruins is excellent as is The Rose Bowl and Carlos Pizza...
    The one place I would highlu recommend though is a Swiss place on Sessions rd - it's a 3 in 1 job with Bruno's Cafe at the front then Le Pettite Bar and right down the back is La Chalet restaurant...
    This place is slighty on the high price (for the Pilippines) but the quality of food and service coupled witha relaxed ambience makes it a well worth while eatery...

    Favorite Dish: hmmmm The Swiss style Goulash was a fav

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    456: The Best in town!!!

    by joiwatani Written May 7, 2007

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    456 Restaurant is locally owned and had been in business since I could remember. I have lived in Baguio City from 1978-1989 and this place is still there having the same business as usual - catering to the old folks of Baguio and to local tourists! This is a place to be at lunch time! University students gather here for their weekly meetings. You can see local real estate brokers and local businessmen drink their fresh-brewed coffee and get the latest news in town. The local newspaper journalists come here and chat. Local politicians, lawyers, teachers and the local residents visit this place to eat, rub elbows, read the newspaper or and get their first hand news circulating in town!

    Favorite Dish: I like their chopsuey. It comes with freshly cut home-grown vegetables - a beautiful mix of sweet peas, cabbage, lettuce, bell pepper, sweet tiny corns, carrots, onions, shallots, fresh green onions and garlic mixed all together with chicken and/or pork.

    The food comes with freshly boiled white rice served in their white china platter.

    Make sure to order their freshly-brewed coffee and egg-drop soup!

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    Kubo Grill: Cottages Grill Restaurant!

    by namiewa Written Jan 28, 2007

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    First night we have our dinner here. A simple and enique restaurant, every one had there own cottages for so to take dinner and listen there acoustic band. The grill taste good and im hungry plus im cold so i dont have time to take a photos. But the food is great and the shakes is good.

    Favorite Dish: grilled pork and the shakes!

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    Mario's: Cesar's Salad, Anyone?

    by JaneCajuguiran Updated Jan 19, 2007

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

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    In baguio, good Cesar's salad can only be found at Mario's. It's like a tradition associated with the place.

    What other things to eat there? Well, there's lengua, the flambe', some steak, paella, and other food that will make your mouth water. I love Mario's. I just hope the dwindling popularity doesn't close it down.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite's the Cesar's Salad of course. it's creamy with the right blend of oil and cheese and lemon. I craved for the mango jubilee last time I was there.

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    Gilingan Restaurant: Great Food!

    by namiewa Written Jan 18, 2007

    3 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

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    Its a nice restaurant with a great food plus a good live song. Not that much its affordable for everyone to order such tasty food like pasta and Filipino food, they have korean and chinese food as well. The restaurant is 2 floor and its divided by non smoking and smoking area. The workers are friendly and fast.

    Favorite Dish: I am a li’l fussy when it comes of food so I order shrimps then my cousin order chicken of course as we always eat with rice, we ordered that too but my sister loves the pasta and she said it taste really good and that’s all she eat at dinner.

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    Coffee shop in Dangwa Bus Station: Chopsuey Rice

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

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    Chopsuey rice

    The coffee shop is inside the Dangwa Bus Station, Baguio. As we did not want to miss our bus to Sagada (the last bus is at 1pm), we decided to do lunch at the nearby coffee shops in Dangwa Bus Station where the bus bound for Sagada is. We went to the the cleanest shop near the Station. The seats inside the shop are like benches - something like the old coffee shops style. The waitresses are polite and helpful.

    Favorite Dish: Chopsuey is actually a mixed vegetables dish with slices of meat, mushrooms or cloud ears fried together. Vegetables are usually, a combination of the carrot, peas, cauliflower, broccoli, corn or cabbage. It is slightly fried with cornstarch added to thicken the sauce. Good choice if you do not want to eat a lot of meat. Delicious with rice, comes with a bowl of soup.

    Price : 75pesos

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    Coffee shop in Dangwa Bus Station: Longganisa Fried Rice

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

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    The coffee shop is inside the Dangwa Bus Station, Baguio. As we did not want to miss our bus to Sagada (the last bus is at 1pm), we decided to do lunch at the nearby coffee shops in Dangwa Bus Station where the bus bound for Sagada is. We went to the the cleanest shop near the Station. The seats inside the shop are like benches - something like the old coffee shops style. The waitresses are polite and helpful.

    See picture on entrance to the coffee shop

    Favorite Dish: Fried Rice with Longganisa - the usual fried rice with mixed peas and served with 3 little longganisa .... pretty delicious. Comes with a bowl of soup.

    Price :70pesos

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    Street vendors: "Bean curd custard" - "Tau Fu Fah" in Chinese

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006
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    This dessert is sold by street vendors carrying a pole on his shoulders, balancing two metal containers of warm dessert.

    See picture attached on the dessert vendor.

    Favorite Dish: The dessert is made of soya beans, crushed and the liquid is coagulated to form a smooth and soft texture (something like the steamed liquid egg). The vendor will scoop the dessert (usually slightly warm) and add to it liquified brown sugar for taste. It comes in a cup and a straw for you to suck the smooth dessert. If you do not have a sweet tooth, tell the vendor to go easy on the brown sugar. Tasty dessert !

    Cost : 10pesos per cup.

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    Andok's Litson - Manok & Liempo: "Manok" - Roasted Chicken

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

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    This is actually supper to us. As it was quite chilly at night and we had walked quite a fair bit along the Session Road, we did feel a bit hungry. We found this fast food outlet crowded with mostly youngsters. The waiters were roasting chickens in a see-through glass panel. Wow... the smell of the roasted chickens ("Manok") was tantalizing.... so in we went and ordered the huge whole chicken ......

    Note : "Liempo" according to the waiters is the roasted pork

    See more pictures of the roasting of the bird and ambience of Andok's

    Favorite Dish: Andok's roasted chicken (seems it is called "Manok") tasted really yummy when eaten with fingers. The meat of the chicken is tender and juicy. There's no chillie sauce provided - eat it original or with the brown.

    Price : 199 pesos for the whole bird!

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