Where To Eat in Baguio

Balajadia’s Kitchenette

If you’re looking for home-cooked cuisine that’s uniquely Baguio, Balajadia’s Kitchenette is the place for you. A variety food is served off the grill. But if you’re up for a more exotic choice then you might want to try Balajadia’s Kitchenette Butt and Balls, Pinikpikan and Pinapaitan with fresh meat sourced from the nearby Slaughter Compound (literally just steps away from therestaurant) and fresh vegetables from the City Market which is just up the road.

Oh My Gulay Artist’s Café

With the food served amidst the art installations of Mr. Eric De Guia (also known as Kidlat Tahimik) and rising local contemporary artists, the menu and fare demonstrates art on a plate with an all organic and vegan line up. A perfect merge of culture, art and food located at the top floor of La Azotea building right along Session Road.

Choco-late de Batirol

Hidden in the vegetation of Igorot Park at Camp John Hay is a coffee shop waiting to be discovered where fresh and thick tsokolate batirol is made from freshly grounded cacao beans. Choco-late de Batirol continues the heritage of tsokolate making using traditional implements. A must try for first timers and a certified favorite for returning visitors.

The Extension by Choco-late de Batirol has opened it’s door to the  public located at Outlook Drive just near the entrance of The Mansion House