We consider Baguio City as our 2nd home and we always look forward in new gastronomic discoveries with each visit. Baguio City has soooo much to offer that’s why we prefer to visit here often. During our visit last month, we couldn’t help but return to our all-time favorite dining spots to discover new dishes to try….
And so from all the dishes we tasted that week, here are the top dishes which we highly recommend:
Seafood Pesto in Angel hair pasta at Le Chef at The Manor Camp John Hay
We’re big fans of The Manor at Camp John Hay and we consider it as our home and the Ultimate Baguio Hotel. We’ve stayed there many times, but we never thought Le Chef also served really good pesto pasta! It comes with generous amounts of seafood and Parmesan cheese. Best with some chili flakes for that extra kick!
Strawberry Muffins at Azalea Residences
OMG look at those jewels…. They are as good as they look and super affordable as well!
The White Pizza at Amare La Cucina (inside Albergo Hotel near Wright Park)
We already featured Amare la Cucina in our last Baguio article but we couldn’t help but include them again for the simple reason that THEY REALLY MAKE GREAT FOOD! Every Baguio visit won’t be complete without indulging onto slices of their pizza! Best eaten whether fresh from the oven or the next day from the fridge. Worth the 6 hour trip!
Bagnet Sisig at Rancho Norte inside Ketchup Food Community (across Wright Park)
All I can say is, “GRABE NA TO!” I believe we found the BEST SISIG in Baguio! Tatambling ka sa sarap! I swear! Best partnered with the beers at Baguio Craft Brewery!
Deep Fried Chicken Wings at Chef’s Home (#13 Outlook Drive cor Romulo Drive)
I got no words to describe how delicious and perfect this is…. I’m simply salivating right now and would love to enjoy this again and the other Asian dishes we devoured that day at Chef’s Home. If you love Chicken Wings, then this is definitely a MUST!
oh before I forget, the Cashew Brittle (P140) at The Manor is highly addicting. We highly recommend you take these home as your pasalubong instead of the usual peanut brittle!
Be sure to check these all out next time you visit Baguio City!
On our next trip, we plan to try the Strawberry Sinigang near Mines View, L’ Ami Frenchy, Cafe Yagam and the newly opened Cafe by the Ruins Dua since we’ve heard quite a lot of good things about them. Are these places good? How about for new activities to do? Do you have more recommendations as well?
You may also check this out: http://www.wheninmanila.com/10-new-must-try-dishes-and-experiences-in-baguio-city/