Places to eat in Baguio City

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    Honey on the Rocks: A hidden gem

    by bermanv Updated Jan 13, 2005

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    A small and humble restaurant with surprizingly original and well done food. Lots of "specials" which are really worth to try. Follow their recommendations when ordering food and try their "smoothies".

    You can sit either on a regular chair or a cushion. Paintings on the walls and wooden handicrafts are imaginative and can be purchased on the spot.

    Locals love it.

    Favorite Dish: The smoothies. I have no idea what they put there, but boy it tastes great.

    The steaks are great as well.

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    oh my gulay!: shawarma karma

    by zephyrgurl108 Written Aug 27, 2004

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    a feast for the eyes and tongue! this is what oh my gulay is all about.
    with a jungle/forest/artsy/tribal theme, this resto is a definite must visit in baguio.
    the food is vegetarian too and i bet even the non-vege would luv it.
    the place is surrounded by foliage, a stage on the far right, a mock river and bridge u have to cross before u can get to main dining area, a mock church, and mezzanine for a more private dining.

    Favorite Dish: try the spicy vegetable shawarma (vege wrap), with mixed veggies, beans and very hot stuff!
    the salads are lovely too - well this is baguio! theres no excuse not to have fresh heavenly veggies.

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    Cafe by the Ruins: 'Cafe by the Ruins' Makes your Day

    by Tristan_Maharlika Written Apr 27, 2004

    Cafe by the Ruins is a restaurant built from an old buildings' ruins. It's charm is its ambience, and the many artworks that plank the walls and the native materials with which the place was built. The place has become an artist's haven, and to tired feet a good respite from all the walking around the city.

    Favorite Dish: I say the Lemon tea with honey was amazing!

    Lunch by the Ruins can make your day
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    Cafe by the Ruins: Don't Forget to Try the Tea!

    by mijyay Written Feb 13, 2004

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    It's a really nice place built on the ruins of a house. You could still see the original flagstones. The walls are made of local materials. The tables and chairs are made of pine wood (i think).

    It's also a place for art viewing since local and international artists display their art works. Some are for sale. Other are just for display.

    Favorite Dish: What i really like about the menu is that it's all locally inspired. and the ingredients purchased from the local market. Their fruit in their fruit salad are simply sweet and comes in a huuuuuge plate. It would take two or even three persons to finish it.

    Another favorite of mine is their lemongrass tea. For a city that only sees teas come in packets, theirs is a treat. Their teas are freshly brewed and comes with a small glass of honey.

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  • Mc Donald's

    by yen_2 Updated May 8, 2003

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    Popular fast food choice of tourists and Baguio residents alike. As Ronald is making lot's of profit with his Mc Burger some of the burgers are not even yummy...but hey, when you can't find a decent resto, there would be a time that you'll just like to eat here,lol! To cater the Philippine plate, the company is always changing styles..this fastfood is a well-known in all over Philippines. You bit, the Mc Rise,can't think of any..they make a McRise? Funny though..

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    Many: Street Food

    by herzog63 Written Oct 25, 2002

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    There are lot's of places offering freshly barbequed items such as Pork, Beef, Chicken, Corn are some of my favorites. You can get plates of rice from many food sellers also. These types of places make for good cheap eating on the go! It's the kind of places I enjoy. I'm not a big restaurant kind of guy.

    BBQue Pork on a stick

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    Zola Resto n Cafe: Breakfast

    by enail Written Jul 15, 2009

    Located along Session Road, Zola Resto & Café offers a wide variety of food choices from pastas to desserts.

    Favorite Dish: Personal favorite are there breakfast meals.

    jaime picking up on the menu @ Zola me:  i wanna eat already! rhoan & jk enjoying their food

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    Pizza Volante: Pizza and Pasta

    by enail Written Jul 15, 2009

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    Pizza Volante offers deliciously baked pizzas and pastas.

    Favorite Dish: Their pizza putanesca and presto on pasta are must-tries.

    prices @ Pizza Volante pizza..yum! drandred enjoying his share of pizza leftover..not

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    Solibao: Filipino Cuisine

    by enail Written Jul 15, 2009

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    Solibao offers yummy Filipino cuisine. You will never leave the restaurant without your tummy bulging.

    Favorite Dish: Their bulalo is one of a kind.

    Solibao yummylicious bulalo! mixed Filipino dishes rice in a cute kaldero enjoying the food @ Solibao

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    A Steakhouse in Camp John Hay: Tasty Steak

    by limledi Updated Oct 3, 2006

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    The food is great with big servings. You can ask for extra mashed potato. Service is fast. Quiet ambience ideal for dinner dates.

    Favorite Dish: I love their steaks with mashed potato.

    Camp John Hay
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    Baden Powell Inn cafe: Retro relax

    by edachsund Written Aug 25, 2006

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    The place look cozy and relax. Just grab my breakfast here. The meals also wasnt that bad. You can asked either local or western food, whatever you prefer.

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    Veniz Grill: Here in Baguio City, food is always fresh!

    by cyberhunk Written Nov 18, 2004

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    Veniz Grill is within Veniz Hotel situated in the heart of Baguio City.

    Favorite Dish: Mongolian Buffet. Its the best!

    Veniz Grill - Baguio City

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