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    Coffee shop in Dangwa Bus Station: Chopsuey 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.

    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

    Chopsuey rice
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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

    Logganisa fried rice the coffee shop where we had our lunch
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    Street vendors: "Bean curd custard" - "Tau Fu Fah" in Chinese

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

    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.

    Bean curd seller scooping out the dessert
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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!

    One whole chicken chopped into bite pieces roasting the chicken till golden brown Andok's - the fast food restaurant large crowd in Andok's
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    shop along Session Road: Black Pepper Pork Chop rice

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

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    We were already late for dinner. As we did not want to go for fast food, we decided to hop into a local food outlet to taste the local dishes. We went to a place with crowd of locals but as it was already way past the usual dinner time, there weren't many dishes available but there were those ala carte ones like pork chop, lamb chop etc. So happened the shop was also giving a 20% discount on food that night. Ordered the black pepper pork chop with rice.

    Favorite Dish: The pork chop is served with a bowl of rice and some mixed peas on a hot plate. A complimentary soup is also given. For the price we paid, it was a good value for money kind of meal. The pepper sauce tasted good but the pork chop is slightly tough. Overall, it was o.k.

    Cost : 50pesos per set (after discount)

    Black Pepper Pork Chop rice
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    shop along Session Road: "Turo turo" got me this...

    by myspices Updated Oct 28, 2006

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    It is one of those shops along Session Road (there are plenty of them). If you are hungry and do not know what to eat, just go in one of the shops that have a lot of locals eating there. That way, you can be assured that the food is not that bad. We were already late for our dinner and not wanting to eat any of the fast food, we decided to go into one of the many shops that sell local dishes. There's this shop that offered discount on that day ... think it was a 20% discount . Most of the dishes are gone but there are still some that I feel would taste nice. By way of "turo turo", pointing to the dishes displayed ..... here's what I have ordered ....

    Favorite Dish: 1) minced meat with bittergourd
    2) vegetables of pumpkin, string beans, eggplant, small bittergourd - think it's "pinakbet"
    3) a bowl of soup on the house
    4) rice with some sauce

    Cost : 45pesos

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    star cafe: old school restaurant that kicks ass

    by themanilaguide Written Jun 19, 2006

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    this old restaurant is not aesthetically pleasing but this place really kicks ass!

    star cafe reminds of those restaurants found in ongpin street in manila (china town). the restaurant itself is not pleasing to the eyes but the food they serve there, aside from being cheap, are very delicious.
    i wouldn't eat there if it wasn't for my honey, apparently, his family (his dad in particular) has been a big fan of star cafe since the 70's.
    i'm just happy that he took me there cuz its all worth it

    Favorite Dish: chopsuey and their fried chicken!

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    vizco's restaurant: yummy strawberry shortcake

    by themanilaguide Updated Jun 18, 2006

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    if you're looking for a good restaurant that has good food and good ambiance, i think you'll love this classy and clean cafe along session road (beside don henrico's).

    the food is great (in terms of taste and presentation), the serving size is very generous and the best part about it is that everything in their menu is quiet cheap.

    the employees are nice too and the service is fast.

    Favorite Dish: just imagine this,

    fresh strawberries and icing on top of a soft and moist cake with strawberry syrup swirls... YUMMY!

    price per slice: 60 pesos or less

    their strawberry short cake is to die for!

    p.s.

    their brewed coffee is great too

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    Rose bowl, Don Henricos: Not to be missed

    by zippee Written May 4, 2006

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    Not to be missed is the Veggies Pizza in Don Hen, it's like a veggies salad in a dough! it has a huge servings of veggies. you can pair it with the chicken (name escapes me at the moment)

    Favorite Dish: Pizza with huge servings of veggies, emperor pasta and the chicken

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    Solibao Restaurant: Great Pilipino Fare

    by trisanna Written Aug 18, 2005

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    This place serves classic Pilipino fare. We ordered chicken adobo, a very popular dish here in the Philippines. The chicken is cooked in vinegar and soy sauce. My husband got the Pork Lechon ( fried pork). We also got some stirfried vegetables with tomatoes and rice.

    Rodan 44 and a spread of Pilipino dishes, Baguio
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    SM Food Court: Great food at good prices

    by trisanna Written Aug 18, 2005

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    The shopping center SM Baguio has some nice restaurants and a large food court. I highly recommend the Taste of Laoag, which serves north Luzon fare. If you can, try the Vigan Bibingka. It looks like a corn muffin in banana leaf. But it tastes a little sweet (like yellow cake), but has a salty and cheesy top. It sounds weird, but believe me -it's good. It's served warm. Other food stalls serve other Pilipino, Chinese and western fare.

    SM Baguio Food Court
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    don henrico's baguio: home of the original don henrico's

    by sweet_sentiments Written May 12, 2005

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    i love their pizza!
    there are don henrico's in manila but i like eating at don henrico's baguio........ i dunno it just feels like their pizza is much yummier than their manila version :p

    Favorite Dish: don henrico's special pizza

    don henrico's signage
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  • solibao in session road: wash essentials

    by homesickblues Written Mar 16, 2005

    i am a local in baguio working abroad and i tried to dine in solibao much to my disgust.first of all, the place is small and you often are disturbed by people wanting to go to the upper floor(another pub). you are not entitled to any refund eventhough you obviously ordered the wrong dish. waiters are not so helpful as well with the selection of dishes. and the worst part is that you have to go up a floor to wash your hands! and my experience did not end there, there was no soap or washing liquid at all. i had to ask from the kitchen!!so annoyed that i didn't finish the dish I paid for.this place has a lot of facelifting to do if they would be up to scratch.

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    Bario Fiesta: A must stop is Bario Fiesta

    by lfurlage Written Feb 27, 2005

    Bario Fiesta has great traditional Filipino food and the wooden carvings are fantastic and some are very big.

    Favorite Dish: Crispy pata is a traditional pork dish, that is out of this world. You have got to try this place when in Baguio.

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    Cocho-Late de Batirol: Choco-Late

    by jazu Written Jan 1, 2005

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    The resto has a very nice ambiance. Good for a cozy cool morning meal with hot choco and a good book . Service is not that good though. You have to wait almost about 20 minutes before your food is served. To ease the wait, the resto gives their patrons a cup of their house specialty, the chocolate de batirol. They serve filipino dishes for breakfast, lunch and snacks.

    Favorite Dish: their hot choco, prepared in the native way is the restos specialty, great for baguio's cold climate.

    Tkokolate E!
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