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    Volantes Pizza: Don't Miss The Yummy Pizza

    by allelli Updated Sep 10, 2007

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    It is located in the middle of session road, they served italian food with american twist, there strawberry shake is delicious 'the pancake is yummy and pizza and pasta realy taste italian food with affordable price.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite are strawberry shake and spaghetti the pasta is aldente. my husband choice are refillable coffee and pizza with cruchy outside and soft inside dough, you can order whole pizza with 2 flavors. actually many pizza reataurant was originated from baguio but this pizza parlor is the best.

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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.

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    50's Diner: American Diner In Baguio

    by Lensky Written Feb 24, 2008

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    This is Baguio's attempt to incorporate American Diner to the peoplewho frequents Baguio. Though the new place is a bit smaller to the one where they previously are, it still have that charm of quaint yet modern diners. Pictures of Hollywood movie stars adorn the walls as well as poster of some old movies. Food is okay. Nothing I haven't had before. This resto is known for cheap food but big portions. ANd they lived up to their reputation

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    Baguio Restaurant: 10 best restaurant in Baguio

    by allelli Written Apr 28, 2008

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    1. Marios Restaurant originated from Baguio the best Ceasar salad in town
    2. Atenara House best US Roast Beef in Baguio, they have buffet for php399 only
    3. Bliss Cafe - it is vegetarian restaurant but food does not tatse vegetable
    4. Palizzata good view of session road, Tandoori chicken is best
    5. Cafe by the Ruins ethnic cuisine native chicken, mountain rice and more
    6. Pizza Riccio try there delicious and fantastic lasagna.
    7. Eve's Garden- they have 10 varieties of organic lettuce freshly picked
    8. Happy Glenn Loop Bonuan Bangus the best Bangus in the whole world
    9. Bruno’s Cafe Sausages, Pasta, Ice Cream Desserts.
    10. Solibao Restaurant Ilokano's pride bagnet, pinakbet, pinapaitan. and etc

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    Oh My Gulay OMG: What an ambience of vegie food

    by allelli Written Feb 28, 2008

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    This is a must-go place in Baguio City, a cave-like entryway into this restaurant, I am sure you will also love the bohemian meets rocker artsy feel of the place, the décor will definitely remind you of Never Never Land with its odd spaces, old Spanish Galleon, indigenous artworks, a fish pond in the middle of the restaurant, the interior itself speaks of its exciting levels lots of pathways, bridges and climbs to your coziest dining space.

    Favorite Dish: Don't forget to order there bestseller, Lumpia Salad, it is a glorious mix of fresh lettuce and watercress, served with an Asian dressing and deep fried lumpia (also known as a spring roll). The lumpia is filled with soft tofu, oyster mushrooms and carrots. Yummy.

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    Café By The Ruins: Don't Miss Fresh Baguio Bounty Salad

    by allelli Written Feb 28, 2008

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    Our trip to baguio wouldn't be complete without visiting cafe by the ruins. breakfast is just superb as well as the ambience, it's like Sonya's Garden in Tagaytay meets Baguio's art scene. This Café now stands used to be the pre-war residence of the governor of Benguet. The structure was destroyed by the American forces, in pursuit of the Japanese Army. All that was left behind was a wall which in 1988, the owners of the lot ingeniously built around to be incorporated into the overall theme of the café.

    Favorite Dish: There Baguio Bounty Salad Baguio’s very owned lettuce and strawberries. With watercress, mangoes, bananas, shrimps and fish. I also love there Mechado a pot-roasted beef with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes and buttered vegetables it is not a Mechado with a red sauce that usually served in Pilipino table.

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    Chocolate de Batirol: Don't Miss Yummy thick chocolate

    by allelli Written Feb 28, 2008

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    This is a highly recommended place to visit while in Camp John Hay. It is a garden kitchen, a place to relax, enjoy a good meal like sipping the thick chocolate in Baguio’s fresh, cool weather. My Baguio visit won't be complete with out sipping there thick chocolate.

    Favorite Dish: They have the best chocolate de batirol in the country this classic thick Spanish chocolate made from tableas’ (blocks of cocoa powder), milk and sugar, the patiently and constant use of the wooden whisk in the pot to both melt and thicken it make it really delicious. This small restaurant is not just about merienda anymore but full meals and homemade take-out items, too. Their specialties include Beefsteak, Sisig, Pork Barbecue, and bottles of Chocolate Paste, Taba ng Talangka, Garlic Peanuts. Of course try their Suman sa Latik, Pansit Palabok or Bibingka

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    Gerry's Grill: Don't miss the sisig!

    by yellowbell Written Mar 7, 2006

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    Dine in any of the restaurants lining the 3-floor terrace of SM City mall and you'd be rewarded with a good view of the Cathedral, Burnham Park and the distant mountains. It can get chilly, windy, and foggy there especially during Christmas season. On weekends, you can watch a concert in it's open-air stage.

    For local fare of sinigang, kare-kare, sisig (perfect companion to your beer) and grilled fish/meat, try Gerry's Grill. Usually barkadas (group of friends) eat here.

    SM City is not to be missed as it is a stone throw away from the Cathedral and is located in the roundabout where jeeps ply their route. Victory Liner Bus bound to Manila and buses bound for nearby Pangasinan can be found in the area.

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    cafe by the ruins: don't miss the tofu salad!

    by zephyrgurl108 Written Sep 12, 2005

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    The restaurant's food offers Baguio's best and freshest produce. The owners try hard to have a healthy menu and they do so with flair. Even the pandesal (Filipino bread) has been transformed into a wheat bread!
    Vegetarians have ample options from salads to pasta.
    Surrounding-wise, Cafe by the Ruins offers a relaxing, intimate and cool ambience - what with the straw roof, and various artworks displayed on the walls and of course, the "ruins" (old archways and gazebo from pre world war 2 times).
    What makes it special? It's an arts and culture feast.

    Favorite Dish: i love tofu and i love cafe by the ruins' tofu salad.
    try the red mountain rice too.

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    mile high row of restaurants: whole lot of choices

    by zephyrgurl108 Written Sep 29, 2005

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    if you are hungry but can't decide what you want to eat, go to Camp John Hay's Mile High spot. There's a row of restaurants there which you can choose from - pasta, sandwiches, filipino cuisine, etc.

    Favorite Dish: we ate in a pasta place and naturally got the veggie pizza. the mozzarella cheese nuggets are also great!

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    Don Hendrico's: A Meal Good For The Whole Day

    by Lensky Written Feb 24, 2008

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    The place is a bit cramped coz it is small. But the resto itself is famous. It has a couple of branches in Manila but the first one ever is this one, the one in Baguio. There is really nothing out of the ordinary about the resto itself but it is a landmark of Baguio. We ordered too many we ended up skipping dinner.

    Favorite Dish: Buffalo chicken served with Bleu Cheese, Spicy Garlic Pasta and Bacon Cheesburger Pizza. Yum!

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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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    Mr. Ching Cuisine: Delicious Chinese Foods

    by cyndymc Written Mar 2, 2009

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    Mr. Ching Cuisine is a Restaurant that specializes n Chinese cuisine. Found at the ground floor of Baguio Palace Hotel in Legarda Street, Mr. Ching is frequented not only by hotel guests, but the city residents and employees as well. Unlike other Chinese restaurants that are characteristically cluttered and noisy, Mr. Ching is clean and quiet, with great olfactory delight of Chinese dishes.

    As a sign of hospitality, they serve house tea while you wait for your order. The waiters are alert and sensitive to guests' needs. They can even be consulted for directions on how to go to some tourist destinations in the city.

    Master & Visa Credit Cards are accepted for payment.

    Favorite Dish: Chicken-Asparragus Soup, Chopsuey, Shanghai Rolls, Beef With Broccoli served with Mr. Ching Chinese Rice are our favorites...All that for only P340!

    Their fruit shakes are great; I like their strawberry, watermelon and green mango shakes. Only P65/shake.

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    Cafe Melodin: Like To Try All-Day Breakfast & "Binalot"?

    by cyndymc Updated Mar 2, 2009

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    Cafe Melodin is a cozy cafe that serves Filipino, American & Continental dishes. Conveniently located at the ground floor of the Baguio Palace Hotel, hotel guests usually go for their all-day breakfast fare (which includes coffee, chocolate or tea) ...perfect for brunch! They serve a wide variety of sandwiches, appetizers, main course, desserts, native specialties. Their staff are all friendly and alert to diners' needs.

    Favorite Dish: I like their all-day breakfast served with fried rice, sunny-side up egg, Baguio longanisa with "achara" (pickled papaya) and tomato slices with hot chocolate for only P125.

    Another favorite is their "Binalot" Special which for P99 already includes hot, steamed rice, 2 pcs. steamed shrimps, half a pickled/salted egg, tomato slices and your choice of pork "adobo", grilled pork chop, fried milkfish, etc. wrapped ("binalot") in banana leaves.

    Note: Sorry, no pictures now, as we were so hungry when we ate there; I forgot to take pictures of the food.

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