Baguio is fast becoming a foodie haven of sorts, with old and new restaurants vying for attention from both locals and visitors alike. You don’t need to be a culinary connoisseur though to enjoy what the city has to offer.
If it’s your first time, here's a tip where to eat in Baguio
: stick to the homegrown favorites such as Café by the Ruins Dua
on Upper Session Road; Vizco
’s at Porta Vaga Mall
, Session Road; and Solibao
, which is also at Porta Vaga Mall. Café Yagam
on J. Felipe Street, near Wright Park, offers sumptuous Cordilleran cuisine at reasonable prices. Fusion cuisine, which can be a combination of Filipino, Asian, and international influences can also be enjoyed at newer restaurants along Session Road. Recess Café
and Zola Café
, for example, are favorites among students, so the menu is hip and young like its patrons.
There are also several food hubs you can check out: the Baguio Country Club Food Camp
at the Baguio Country Club
(the same spot where they set up the Christmas Village), the Calle Uno Food Hub
along First Road, and Cholo’s Gastro Pub
along Kisad Road.