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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. Baguio Craft Brewery – Ben Palispis Highway

35 Favorites
Last month’s #4

Baguio Craft Brewery – Ben Palispis Highway
Photo from @baguiocraftbrewery

Baguio Craft Brewery is a restobar and microbrewery that serves craft beers developed and created by Xavierbier, a group of six like-minded individuals from three different countries driven by the desire to make their mark on the emerging craft beer culture in the Philippines. They also offer comfort food to perfectly match your beer. It’s for yuppies looking for a place to unwind with great food and drinks. It’s not for underaged kids or people who are looking for a quiet place to stay. We recommend the Keywheat and Kraken. For first-timers or those who can’t decide, try ordering their Tasting Tray. Our insider tip is that they regularly rotate brews that are on tap, and add new ones as inspiration strikes its master brewers.

No reservations accepted
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Ben Palispis Highway, Baguio City
(074) 422-5043

9. Cafe in the Sky – Mt. Sto. Tomas

41 Favorites
Returning entry

Cafe in the Sky – Mt. Sto. Tomas
Photo from @cielomarietan

Cafe in the Sky is a view deck, cafe and bed & breakfast place located in the mountains of Sto. Tomas offering a unique experience of dining with a sea of clouds in view. The cafe serves light meals, snacks and beverages that are light on the pocket. It’s great place to bring the whole family, especially balikbayans or tourists. It’s not recommended for people without private vehicles. Taxi cabs accept riding contracts up the mountain, but it may be harder to find jeepneys that would take you back down. Our insider tip: Private vehicle owners are charged a minimal environmental fee of P25/head, children excluded, midway up.

Reservations are recommended
Mt. Sto. Tomas, Pob. Kabuyao, Baguio City
+63 926 663-7592


8. Cafe Adriana by Hill Station – Outlook Drive

47 Favorites
Last month’s #9

Cafe Adriana by Hill Station – Outlook Drive
Photo from @cafeadrianabyhillstation

Cafe Adriana is a charming Spanish restaurant offering a wide selection of classics from tapas to paella. It’s perfect for laid-back afternoons with the family over homey food and a stunning view of the city. It’s not for diners who need their usual smoking break, as there’s a strict no-smoking policy in the area. We recommend the Mussel & Clam Marinara and Paella Negra. Our insider tip: Their breakfast menu comes with a free cup of coffee until 11am!

Reservations are accepted
Outlook Ridge Residences, V. De los Reyes Street, DMCI, Outlook Drive, Baguio City
(074) 661-3591


7. Hill Station – Upper Session Road

52 Favorites
Last month’s #6

Hill Station – Upper Session Road
Photo from @bixncxlim

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


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

53 Favorites
Returning entry

Vizco’s Restaurant and Cake Shop – Session Road
Photo from @crisellepinga

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

5. Good Taste Cafe & Restaurant Bar – Carino St.

79 Favorites
Returning entry

Good Taste Cafe & Restaurant Bar – Carino St.
Photo from @ruru_reindeer

Good Taste is a 24/7 Chinese fast food chain serving affordable family-style lauriat dishes, rice toppings, pansit, mami, siopao and more. The food court style setup allows it to accommodate large groups of people. Word is, the place is quite full throughout the day especially during lunch and dinner. It’s for students and office goers during breaks and for late night eats. It’s not the best place to treat balikbayans or tourist visitors, unless they’re looking for something local. We recommend their famous buttered chicken, lechon kawali and broccoli. Our insider tip is to watch as orders get sent down in a small old school food conveyor box, from 2nd to 1st floor.

No reservations accepted
Carino St. cor. Otek St, Baguio City
+63 74 444-2201


4. Arca’s Yard – Ambuklao Road

81 Favorites
Last month’s #10

Arca’s Yard – Ambuklao Road
Photo from @onlyintransit

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


3. 50’s Diner – Upper Gen. Luna Road

105 Favorites
Last month’s #7

50’s Diner – Upper Gen. Luna Road
Photo from @eloisamanansala

50’s Diner is an American retro diner filled with pop culture memorabilia such as posters of American icons, neon lights, a jukebox and even a red buggy. The whole vibe is reminisent of diners with servers on skates. Their menu includes steaks, pastas, fish and chips – as well as some Pinoy comfort food favorites. It’s for the young and the old who appreciate the throwback. It’s not for people who want a quiet and relaxed space to chill in. We recommend the Guys on the Hood, Gangsta Gangsta and their milkshakes. Our insider tip: Avoid over-ordering as servings of some dishes are already good for sharing.

No reservations accepted
92 Upper General Luna Road corner Brent Road, Baguio City
+63 916 659-5555

2. Amare La Cucina Restaurant – EGI Albergo Hotel

108 Favorites
Last month’s #3

Amare La Cucina Restaurant – EGI Albergo Hotel
Photo from @iracamillenonesa

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

1. Café by the Ruins – Shuntug St.

164 Favorites
Last month’s #1

Café by the Ruins – Shuntug St.
Photo from @steldevera

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 Baguio. It’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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