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    Where to Eat in Baguio: Restaurants and Food Trip

    Tutubi's numerous trips to Baguio City made him visit many restaurants but left unposted on this blog due to his very busy schedule. Herewith is a list of his favorite restaurants in Baguio for your dining pleasure:

    In search of exotic pinikpikan dish? try Cafe by the Ruins where you can watch a cultural presentation and demonstration on how to make pinikpikan by beating a chicken until blood clots appear on the skin then the chicken is roasted by a "flame thrower." Café by the Ruins also serves salads, upland rice, camote bread, organic vegetables and tapuy (Igorot rice wine). Open-air, cogon and roofs of cogon structure around the ruins of Governor General Whitmarsh’s home. With a traditional Igorot dap-ay for bonfire parties. Located at 23 Chuntug St., in front of Baguio City Hall. Telephone Number: +63.74.442.4010

    For steaming hot bulalo in Baguio, try Rito's on Marcos Highway or Balajadia's Restaurant near Session Road

    Rose Bowl for pata tim and other Chinese food
    Address: 7 Harrison Road,
    Phone Number: +63.74.442.4213; +63.74.443.9221; +63.74.443.9222; +63.74.442-9374

    Mario’s with Spanish cuisine since 1971
    Address: 16 Session Road Extension.
    Contact Number: +63.74.442.4241; +63.74.442.5445

    Pizza Volante Baguio's best pizzas, pastas and other Italian food
    Address: 82 Session Rd. (the former Session Theater, Baguio’s first movie house), Tel. No.: +63.74.445.0777; +63.74.619.0466. Free delivery 24/7

    Tabligan’s Kambingan: for kambing (goats) either kilawin, adobo, and sinigang
    Located on Scout Barrio St. (near Camp John Hay)
    Tel. No.: +63.74.445.5857.

    If you have other recommended restaurants in Baguio City, halal food, or vegetarian fare, please leave a comment.

    Related Post:
    Directions to Baguio

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 10:04 PM,


    At Apr 4, 2009, 12:12:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    I heard tapuy from that Piolo-Juday movie where she got drunk from drinking too much. This seems to be a very interesting place to eat. I just wish there was a picture to go with this post.

    At May 19, 2009, 12:36:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I "used" to love this until last night... my bf and i were craving for great pizza last night so we went to volante.
    we ordered one 6 inches pizza and then crave for more this time we got 8 inches...
    Ok na sana until a COCKROACH crawled on our table... yung weird specie na ipis! We immediately called the waiter. He picked it up with a tissue... when we paid our bill, I reminded him that this might be brought to the sanitation department.. NO DISCOUNT nor SIMPLE APOLOGY...I'm so displease...

    At May 20, 2009, 9:57:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, i don't know if you're telling the truth but i hope the guys there already fixed it...

    At Oct 22, 2009, 2:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i am a muslim and looking for a halal food/restaurants in Baguio city

    At Jun 16, 2012, 8:40:00 AM, Blogger Marie grace said...

    try Ibay's cafe at Nardas...great place too


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