5 Go-to Baguio Buffet Restaurants
Baguio City, Philippines — Baguio City is one of the most visited cities in the Philippines. It is also popular as a gastronomic haven for food lovers. On the lookout for scrumptious and jam-packed helpings, buffets in Baguio will surely make you swerve in delight and will satisfy your holiday food binge.
5. Hotel Elizabeth – Flora Café
1 J. Felipe, cor. Gibraltar Road, Mines View, Baguio City
Floral Cafe at Hotel Elizabeth Baguio City photo by Daniel Go via Flickr Creative Commons
A boutique hotel known for its Mediterranean interiors matching the luscious pine trees around, Hotel Elizabeth also exhibits its wide array of buffet servings like Chinese, Mongolian, Western, and Asian Fusion Dinner Buffet (which is available every Saturday at P595) that are available in its in-house Flora Café.
4. City Light Hotel
Fr. Carlu Street, Baguio City
City Light Hotel in Baguio City
Just a few steps from Baguio Cathedral, you would reach City Light Hotel, a three-star hotel that features its minimalist, Zen interiors that highlights its geometric architectural design. It is known to offer hearty, budget-friendly buffets (P200-400 price range), and is also pretty much very accessible because it’s just a little way from Session Road. Breakfast buffets start at 6:30 in the morning.
3. Country Club – Cotterman
Country Club Road, Baguio City
Baguio Country Club Buffet Restaurant
One of the dining areas in Country Club, Cotterman – named after Charles M. Cotterman (Director of Post for the medieval Philippine Postal System), caters to a wide variety of International Buffet Servings. As the main dining hall of Country Club, it offers Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Buffets in a wide spread of continental cuisine. With its warm and relaxing country-style ambiance and resplendent environment, Baguio Country Club is an ultimate getaway from the city center’s busy atmosphere. Price ranges from P450 – 600 depending upon the variety of the spread.
2. O’ Mai Khan
Upper Session Road, Baguio City (near Engineer’s Hill)
O Mai Khan Buffet Restaurant
O’ Mai Khan, which translates to “come over” in Ilocano, is one of the all-time favorite restaurants to visit in Baguio. It is the most famous Mongolian Resto in the City where tourists, as well as locals, flock to dine. It offers Mongolian barbeque buffet (150 – 210) where you are to choose your own servings of meat, vegetable, and other ingredients to do your own concoction of a Mongolian meal. It also offers Mongolian hot pot or steamboat (P160 – 420) that is perfect for Baguio’s cold weather, and its own version of Bulgabi (Ania Khan’s/O’ Mai Khan’s Bulgabi) for P240.
1. Breakfast Buffet in Le Chef
The Manor Hotel, Camp John Hay, Baguio City
Le Chef Buffet Restaurant
Known to be one of Baguio’s premier upper-class hotels, The Manor is distinguished by its impressive log cabin set-up and warm cozy interiors that harmonizes with its peaceful sprawling gardens. Home to it is the famous Le Chef Restaurant that features one of the best breakfast buffet spread, which is of wide array of sumptuous selections of Filipino and International dishes. The homely ambiance and the delectable helpings Le Chef offers will surely gratify your Holiday vibe. A Christmas Village is also set in the grounds for a more Yuletide feel. Breakfast buffet starts at 6 am in the morning and is priced at P550 net/person.