Where to Eat in Baguio: 14 Best Restaurants, Foodie Spots, Must-Try Food in the City of Pines
Baguio City, Philippines — There are a lot of things to do and places to see in Baguio City. A long list can be created of all the beautiful sites to see here, however, what many have not fully appreciated about Baguio is the many restaurants it offers. Foodies will enjoy going here because there are many restaurants unique to Baguio that offer the best ambiance and food. The top 14 Best Restaurants in Baguio City are as follows:
The Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant
Address: Tam-awan Village, Long Long Benguet Rd, Baguio, 2600 Benguet
Hours: Every day from 9AM to 8PM
Phone: (074) 428 1253
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/farmersdaughterofficial/
Located right next to the famous Tamawan Village, you will find the Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant. One of the newest restaurants in Baguio City that serves authentic Cordilleran cuisine. Farmer’s Daughter Restaurant has some of the most delectable and unique dishes you can get in Baguio. Even the restaurant itself gives an authentic experience because of its nipa hut style.
Try their pinikpikan and etag. Also, their blueberry cheesecake is to die for.
Address: 92 General Luna Road
Telephone: (074) 304 3100
Operating hours: 8 AM – 9 PM
A throwback to one of the charming eras by dining at the 50’s diner. The overall aesthetic of the 50’s life can be seen through the restaurant’s design. Check out the cool neon signages, jukebox, bar stools, etc.
Popular among tourists, their menu has some of the best pizza, burgers, and chickens in the area. Large meals for big groups are also available here. This is truly one of Baguio City’s must-visit restaurants.
Address: Carino St. Corner Otek St.
Telephone: (074) 443 7959
Operation hours: 24/7
When it comes to big meals at affordable prices, Good Taste is perfect for any family or friend gathering. The restaurant is a very homey and Filipino-style type of restaurant.
The food may look simple, but the taste is exquisite. You have to try their garlic buttered chicken, beef broccoli, sinigang na baboy, Fish Shrimp Tofu, Halabos na hipon, and fried rice. One of the best cheap eats in Baguio!
Address: 888-A Ambuklao Road, La Trinidad
Telephone: (074) 442 1794
Operating hours: By reservation
When you want to have a celebration with your closest friends or closest family, mama’s table provides a luxurious and high-end experience with its 8-course French cuisine-themed meals. The restaurant only takes in guests by-reservations and one group at a time, so make sure to call way ahead. It takes some planning to eat here, but it is definitely worth the work. Every bite will be unforgettable.
Address: Km 6, Asian Road, Tuba
Operating hours: 9 AM – 6 PM
BenCab Museum has more than just interesting art, but they also have tasty food at their café. The café is so relaxing thanks to the art that surrounds it. The food here is fresh and tastes very high-end as well but it is more affordable.
They have quite a lot of must-try dishes, but we recommend the Chicken Paprika, Pesto Pasta, and their Fresh Green Salad.
Address: 34 Paterno Street, South Drive
Operating Hours: 10 AM – 10 PM
Telephone: (074) 442 0406
By its name, you get an idea that this restaurant has a “hidden” kind of theme to it. The ambiance is very peaceful thanks to their garden filled with abundant flowers and other plants.
The food they serve is very comforting, the kind of food you’d look for if you feel a little down. The food is also inexpensive, despite how good the food tastes.
Baguio Craft Brewery
Address: 4 Ben Palispis Highway, KM 4
Telephone: (074) 620 2278
Operating hours: 5 PM – 1 AM
Having a couple of glasses of beer is something all we need to feel a little loose, feel a little freer. One of the best-crafted beers you will taste in Baguio is in the Baguio craft brewery.
Their beers are so well-crafted that you may end up getting more than just one glass. If you aren’t sure what to get, you can get a free taste of some of their drinks.
Address: Bareng Drive corner Bakakeng Road
Telephone: 0939 881 8125
Operating hours: 10 AM – 9 PM
Nothing gets our tummies grumbling than seeing and smelling a perfect southern-style chicken. This is the kind of fried chicken you will never forget.
The breading is so perfect and the meat is just so juicy and tender. You’ll want to keep having more and more. You may also want to try out their BBQ plate, it is quite juicy.
Foggy Mountain Cookhouse
Address: San Carlos Heights
Telephone: 0916 767 4687
Operating hours: 11 AM – 3 PM and 6 PM – 11 PM (Mon-Sat)
This is yet another, by-reservation restaurant on our list which serves the freshest and finest meals. Most of the dishes here are inspired by Mediterranean cuisine.
Since it is by reservation, you can expect that the food served to you is freshly prepared. There is quite a number of meals here you should try; one of them is the Greek Peasant Lamb.
Address: 72 Legarda Road, Brgy Campo Sioco
Telephone: (074) 424 4726
Operating hours: 10 AM – 9 PM
Chaya is the most famous restaurant in the city if Japanese food is what you crave. The owner is Sonoko Taguchi, she has worked with her grandmother on the dishes they now serve in Chaya.
The flavors are so good, that you will feel like you’re actually getting a taste of authentic Japanese cuisine. A must-try is their Temaki Sushi; it is divine.
Address: 13 Outlook Driver corner Romulo Drive
Telephone: 0917 968 8976
Operating hours: 11 AM – 2:30 PM and 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Now if you want to taste other Asian cuisines, Chef’s home is your home for affordable Asian dishes. The dishes served here are for those who are in large groups because the best word to describe the food is overflowing.
You might get overwhelmed with its tasty goodness and bountiful servings. Try their pepper and garlic prawns.
Choco-late de Batirol
Address: Igorot Park of Camp John Hay
Telephone: 0917 877 1428
Operating hours: 8 AM – 9 PM
Upon reading its name, you can already get your hopes up and expect to taste a great cup of hot chocolate that soothes and hugs your soul.
Choco-late de Batirol is most famous for its chocolate drink, however, it has more to offer than just that. The classic Filipino dishes like sarciado, sinigang, and caldereta are mouthwatering.
Lemon & Olives Greek Taverna
Address: 26 Outlook Dr. S, Baguio, 2600 Benguet
Hours: Every day from 11am to 10pm
Phone: (074) 442 4079
A perfect restaurant with a view of Baguio City. Although the “Greekness” of their food is being questioned by some purist foodies, we still think that the food in this restaurant is both pleasing to the eye and palate. If you are not sure what to order, pick any of their pasta and thank me later 🙂
Address: #32 Kisad Road, Baguio City
Mobile Number: 0915-888-3523
Business Hours: 10 am – 10 pm
The restaurant is famous for its baby back ribs and other comfort food like burgers, pasta, and other mixes of American and Asian food. The best time to go is between 3-5pm to avoid long queues.
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