Solibao Restaurant has been serving fine Filipino Food since 1972.
Location: 6 Branches – Session Road, Burnham Park (South Football Grounds & North Football Grounds), Heritage Mansion, and BGHMC Waiting Shed Foodcourt
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, (074) 4423867
Must-Try: Pinakbet, Kare-Kare Bagnet, Solibao Ihaw-Ihaw sa Bilao, Binagoongang Lechon Kawali, Crispy Dinuguan, Sinigang Bangus Belly w/ Miso, Sizzling Bangus Sisig
Price Range: Php220 – Php280.00
Forest House Bistro & Cafe
Forest House serves international and local cuisine. Its concept is to capture the very essence of Baguio City.
Location: 16 Loakan Road, Baguio City
Contact Info: email@example.com, (074) 4470459, (074) 3044553
Must-Try: Forest House Bouillabaisse, Lengua Con Setas, Forest House Lamb, Baby Back Ribs, Baked Pork Spareribs, Prawn Thermidore
Price Range: Php295 – Php525.00
Best Time to Eat: Dinner
Cafe by the Ruins
Cafe by the Ruins offers classic Filipino Food. It also houses a combination of a refreshing garden-slash-a historical hub-slash-arts and photography-den.
Location: 23 Chuntug St., Baguio City
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, (074) 4424010
Must-Try: Champorado, Suman at Tsokolate, Los Illustrados, Pinikpikan, Baguio Bagnet, Rizal’s Tsokolate-e
Price Range: Php180 – Php230.00
Best Time to Eat: Breakfast
Jack’s Baguio Restaurant
Location: 102 Manahan Bldg., Session Road
Contact Info: (074) 4449888
Must-Try: Jack’s Rice, Liempo Rice, Chopsuey Rice
Price Range: Php75 – P110.00
Pizza Volante is a small 24-hour pizza parlor. It has a fine selection of Pizza and Pasta.
Location: 92 Upper General Luna Road, Corner Brent Road, Baguio City
Location: 8 Lapu-Lapu Street, Baguio City (at the back of Center Mall)
Contact Info: (074) 4437959
Must-Try: Buttered Chicken, Chopsuey, Pancit, Beef Broccoli, Good Taste Fried Rice
Price Range: Php99 – Php155.00
Best Time to Eat: Brunch, Lunch
Thinking of going to Baguio this weekend… depende pa hehe but i'll keep these restos in mind 😀
nakakagutom nemen…. ilang beses na akong napunta sa baguio pero never ko pa natry ang cafe by the ruins…. to think na halos tourist attraction na nga yun… hay… ma try nga next time!
toinks wala pa ako nattry dito! I was hoping to feel nostalgic sa post pero now, nachallenge pa ako! hanubayan! gusto ko ata dun sa ruins! thanks sa post!
Forest House is definitely a nice place to eat. I love the pastries at Cafe by the Ruins.
Hmm I think I would like to visit one of these restaurants when I go to Baguio again. Thanks for sharing!
Oh I miss Baguio! And I really want to go back to The Ruins. I hope we could go this summer break. 🙂
@ ian,must try talaga yung cafe by the ruins. sarap ng food! 🙂
@ Franc Ramon,Try their super big pandesal too. =)
Just finished a meal of Baguio Longganisa & Bagnet served with mountain rice @ Baguio Deli in Camp John Hay. Both are really yummy. 🙂
They can also try O 'Mai Khan, a Mongolian restaurant with a Mongolian buffet and hotpot located at Upper Session Road, near Victory Liner terminal.
i just made this.. and its delish:) waiting for hubby to try it.Absolutely an amazing dish! I made it tonight and it got rave reviews