Baguio City is one of the most wonderful vacation spots in the Philippines. One can enjoy the city’s year round cool climate while visiting tourist sites such as Burnham Park, Mines View Park, Camp John Hay, Botanical Gardens, etc.
Aside from these places, Baguio also offers excellent restaurants that can satiate the appetite of the hungriest tourist. These Baguio restaurants in vary in cuisines offered. Here are some of the restaurants that Baguio has to offer.
This restaurant is located in Navy Road, otherwise known as C.M. Recto Road. Atenara’s is know for its All You Can Eat Buffet where on can choose from a wide selection of dishes. Try out its delicious US Roast Beef. Alternatively, if you are into Italian cuisine, the Pasta Buffet is recommended. For those who are weight conscious, the Salad Bar will surely delight those who are on a diet.
Bliss Café is located in Hotel Elizabeth along Gibraltar Road. The vegetarian tourist will surely enjoy Bliss Café’s vegetarian menu. Even kids who does not like eating greens will surely appreciate eating at Bliss Café. The average price for eating out at this Baguio restaurant is about Three Hundred Pesos or about Six US Dollars.
Cafe By The Ruins
Café By The Ruins is located along Otek Street near Baguio City Hall. Do not be misled by the name. This café is not in ruins. The quaint native ambiance will certainly remind the dinner that one is in Baguio. This café offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. The specialty of this restaurant is native cuisine. For about Three Hundred Fifty Pesos or about US$ 7.00, a hungry tourist will enjoy Café By The Ruins. To feel the authentic Baguio cuisine, try out the mountain rice or the local strawberry wine.
This Baguio restaurant is famous for its organic lettuce. Ten varieties are freshly picked everyday. For Six Hundred Fifty Pesos or about US$ 13.00, a tourist’s palate will be satisfied. Drive along Lamtang Road to find out how tasty the dishes are in Eve’s Garden.
Session Road, one of the busiest streets in Baguio, is the location of this Baguio restaurant. For those who crave Italian cuisine, Pizza Volante is a place to go. Pesto, Pizzas and other Italian dishes are the specialty of Pizza Volante.
Rito’s is located along Marcos Highway. For just One Hundred Fifty Pesos or about US$ 3.00, a tourist will enjoy eating the popular Filipino dishes bulalo (Beef Soup) and crispy pata (Deep Fried Pork Legs).
These are some of the most popular restaurants in Baguio. Vegetarian, Italian, Local are among the dishes a tourist can enjoy in Baguio. As the saying goes “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” Try out the local rice wine and strawberry dishes.