Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Baguio for May 2017


A Greek-inspired restaurant makes the list!

Check out the top 10 most loved restaurants this month in Baguio, based on user favorites from Booky, the #1 food app in the Philippines.

10. Vizco’s Restaurant and Cake Shop – Session Road

37 Favorites
Last month’s #6

Photo from @annscarlos

Being at the center of the city, Vizco’s has been a signature Baguio restaurant to visit. It’s a café famous for its cakes which are freshly made and affordable. It’s for people trying to find a restaurant that will get you your money’s worth. It’s not for guests who want a spacious place to eat at. We recommend their wildly popular Strawberry Short Cake, topped with fresh strawberries. Our insider tip: It opened a sister restaurant in Camp John Hay’s Technohub called Photo Fog Café.

Reservations are accepted
8GF Puso ng Baguio Building, Session Road, Baguio City
+63 74 446-7085
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9. Choco-Late de Batirol – Camp John Hay

42 Favorites
Returning entry

Photo from @cassiepacs

Choco-late de Batirol is a Filipino garden cafe that’s said to be the home of the best hot chocolate in the Philippines. It’s for ambient breakfasts or a chilly afternoon merienda date. It’s not for late nights and drinking sessions. We recommend the Suman, Turon, and Red Egg and Tomato Salad. If you’re feeling adventurous, try their customer-recommended orange flavored tsokolate as well. Our insider tip is to visit on weekends for live acoustic music. Fun Fact: Batirol is a traditional wooden rod used to make the tsokolate thick, hence the name Choco-late de Batirol.

Reservations are accepted
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Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
+63 916 375-6510
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8. The Malt Room — Camp John Hay

50 Favorites
New entry

Photo from Le Monet’s Facebook Page

The Malt Room is an intimate steakhouse and lounge located inside Le Monet Hotel. It’s for special celebrations with your family and friends or for romantic nights out with your loved one. It’s not for diners on a budget. We recommend their thick, juicy steaks—best served medium rare! Our insider tip: They also offer breakfast buffets for very reasonable prices.

Reservations are accepted
Le Monet Hotel, Ordonio Drive, Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City
(074) 661-0201-08

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7. Hill Station – Upper Session Road

54 Favorites
Last month’s #7

Photo from @sheenuuuuuh

When a restaurant gets back-to-back recognition in Miele’s Best Restaurants in Asia Awards, you know you have to see what all the fuss is about. Hill Station is a fusion of European, American, and Asian cooking helping you explore the world through its plates and the casual Baguio-style cabin setup. It’s perfect for family dinners and intimate gatherings over 5-star dishes. It’s not for those relying on a tight budget. We recommend the Cambodian Coriander & Garlic Chicken and any of their signature desserts. Here’s a fun fact: Much has been said regarding Casa Vallejo’s ghostly apparitions in the area, as it was an old colonial structure in the early 1900s.

Reservations are accepted
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Casa Vallejo, Upper Session Road, Session Road, Baguio City
+63 74 423-9100

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6. Café by the Ruins – Shuntug St.

60 Favorites
Last month’s #1

Photo from @majmayumi

When talking about Baguio’s must-try restaurants, Café by the Ruins has always been part of the list – serving natural and local ingredients that embody its way of cooking that is distinctly BaguioIt’s for people who want to taste authentic local dishes that tell something about the region’s culture. It’s not for guests who have a deep stomach and a bottomless appetite. We recommend the Pinikpikan, which is chicken soup used in rituals by natives, and the Baguio Bagnet with Padas bagoong, tomato relish, and lime. Our insider tip is to try getting their guava preserve jam as pasalubong from your long weekend adventures.

Reservations are accepted
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25 Shuntug Street Baguio City
(074) 442-4010
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5. Le Chef – Camp John Hay

65 Favorites
New entry

Photo from @thefoodgrappler

Le Chef is a picturesque restaurant serving international cuisine classics. It offers a wide buffet selection along with delicious set meals and more. It’s for families and couples seeking a hefty dining experience in one of Baguio’s most famous locations. It’s not for light eaters who want a quick meal on the go. We recommend the Php 800 breakfast buffets, as it’s definitely worth the price! Our insider tip: Dinner buffets often come with a mini show for your dining entertainment.

Reservations are accepted
The Manor, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
(074) 424-0931

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4. Don Henrico’s – Session Road

67 Favorites
New entry

Photo from @jeannegerbread

A Baguio original, Don Henrico’s is an Italian-American comfort food joint first established in 1993. It’s for families craving Italian food made for the Filipino palate. It’s not for you if you want authentic Italian cuisine. We recommend the Buffalo Wings, Classic Carbonara, and Spaghetti with Meatballs. Our insider tip: Selected Don Henrico’s branches in the country offer Eat-All-You-Can promos on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Reservations are accepted
G/F Puso ng Baguio Bldg., Session Road
(074) 442-8802

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3. Amare La Cucina Restaurant – EGI Albergo Hotel

69 Favorites
Last month’s #2

Photo from @amare_la_cucina

Amare La Cucina is an Italian restaurant famous for its traditional slow-cooked pizza and baby back ribs. Though it’s not in the heart of the city, a lot of people still visit the restaurant for its uniqueness and their traditional way of cooking. It’s for Italian cuisine lovers who want to try novelty pizzas in Baguio. It’s not for people who want multiple cups of rice to go with their meal. We recommend the White Pizza, Wagyu Pizza and the Foie Gras with Truffle Oil pizza. They have so many unique flavors. Our insider tip is that they even have a nutella-based pizza to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Reservations are accepted
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EGI Albergo Hotel, #1 Villamor Drive, Brgy. Lualhati, Baguio City
(0916) 332-1522
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2. Lemon and Olives Greek Taverna — Outlook Drive

78 Favorites
New entry

Photo from @katiealexi
Photo from @michael_caling

Lemon and Olives Greek Taverna is Baguio’s first authentic Greek restaurant, headed by Chef Takis who came all the way from Athens, Greece. It’s for romantic dates or cozy meals with friends and family, most especially for Greek cuisine fanatics who can tell when it’s the real deal. It’s not for breakfast dates as the restaurant opens at 11am. Our insider tip: Dine al fresco to enjoy the full Baguio dining experience.

Reservations are accepted
#26 Outlook Drive, Baguio City
(074) 423-2278

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1. Arca’s Yard – Ambuklao Road

89 Favorites
Last month’s #4

Photo from @minatozakisana

Arca’s Yard is a bed and breakfast, a cozy library cafe that serves unique and healthy dishes, and a mini-museum that showcases the Igorot culture and personal antique collection of owner Ninja Sabado and her family. It’s an escape pad from the hustle and bustle of the city life. It’s not for people looking for a late night drinking place. We recommend their signature Camote Pie and coffee, and also their rhubarb ice cream, if they’re in season. Our insider tip is beside Arca’s is a Japanese art studio gallery where artist Asao Shimura holds workshops for kids and adults.

Reservations are accepted
777 Tiptop, Ambuklao Road, Baguio City
+63 929 325-1868

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