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Explore These New Restaurants in Baguio City This Summer

Wondering where to eat in Baguio? These newly-opened restaurants give you the answer!

By: Viktor Austria | March 22, 2019

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A food crawl in Baguio City is never a bad idea.


Everyone’s favorite thing about being a true foodie is that it doesn’t stop when you’re full; somewhere, new and exciting food is always dished out as often as we are hungry. This summer, that “somewhere” is the City of Pines. New restaurants in Baguio show that the city’s famed foodscape is thriving more than ever and remains as much a part of the local culture as the city’s landmarks. So set a trip to Baguio soon, where places to eat abound, all primed to satisfy our palates with new flavors. If you’re excited to know where these new restaurants in Baguio are, then read on!


1. Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki

Where: 1/F Station 120 Building, 101 Lower General Luna Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP150-PhP400 for a whole meal


2019

Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki takes the Japanese snack to a whole other level of tasty.

Image: Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki

A great first stop for your Baguio food crawl is Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki at Lower General Luna Road. When they opened last February 8, they offered their guests free samples of their specialties, and it wasn’t long until their customers kept coming back. One of their specialties is the takoyaki (ball-shaped wheat snack). The Japanese grub is typically filled with minced octopus, but at Homie’s, they also make takoyaki with bacon or quail egg, and also offer takoyaki draped in cheese. If you’re having a hard time to decide, just order their sampler to have a go at each takoyaki type. They also have a modest selection of ramen. Choose among the chashu (stewed pork), spicy tonkotsu (pork marrow), or miso variants.

The warmth of the takoyaki or ramen always goes great with their signature milk tea. They call the menu “Tea Tea Moo,” and includes around 20 flavor choices. They also have iced tea in fresh fruit flavors, as well as Yakult-blended beverages.



2. Haru Let’s Eat

Where: Urban Hotel, RFT Building, Naguilian Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP199 for unlimited food choices


restaurants

With such a wide assortment of wing flavors, Haru Let’s Eat should be your favorite stopover.

Image: Haru Let’s Eat

The fanfare around unlimited offers isn’t dying down soon, and Haru Let’s Eat at Naguilian Road is the latest up-and-coming restaurant to join that list. They offer unlimited wings, pasta, and rice for just PhP199. But this isn’t just any other wings place; their wings buffet features an astounding 23 different flavors. Savor flavors such as Garlic Parmesan, Teriyaki, Honey Garlic, Asian Sesame, Cheesy Lava, Mango Rojo (red), and so much more. They also have flavors of various hotness. If you’re a casual eater, then settle for the mild buffalo, Thaisian, or spicy mango, but if think you can take it up a notch, sample their Fire BBQ Cracker, Cajun, or Saucy Finger, or just go all the way and order the Magma or Suicide flavors, the hottest on the menu.

Just take note, though, that you aren’t allowed to share, take out, or leave any leftovers, or else they will charge you extra. This just means your wings are only yours to enjoy!


3. Dalikan Food Terminal

Where: #004 Tamawan/Long Long Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP100-PhP200


Baguio

Try their zesty kinigtot and discover the Mountain Province’s original flavor!

Image: Dalikan Taste Asia

The best cuisines of Mountain Province meet our modern sensibilities inside the modest corners of Dalikan Food Terminal in Long Long Road. Dalikan is an Ilocano word for “stove,” an inspiration taken by the owner from the first kitchenware he was given by his grandparents as a prompt to start cooking. His pride of the highlands indeed shines through, as shown by sumptuous dishes like the etag (sun-dried salted pork), tinegteg (chopped beef sauteed in tomatoes), kinigtot (stewed goat meat and innards), and the ever-famous pinikpikan (chicken stew). Down these with a shot of tapey (Igorot rice wine) or bugnay (wild berry wine), and cap off your meal with their selection of pastries, or a serving of their patupat (glutinous rice cake).



Aside from the meals, they also sell bottles of vinaigrettes as well as jars of chili sauces and ba-ak (aged chili). The place may be small, but they sell out fast, so make sure to come early to savor the Mountain Province flavors in the morning!


4. Sittie’s Fil-Korean Restaurant

Where: G/F Calde Commercial Building, Assumption Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP278 for unlimited buffet


places to eat

Take as many trips as you want to the buffet table in Sittie’s Fil-Korean Restaurant!

Image: Sittie’s Korean Restaurant Samgeupsal Buffet Eat All You Can

Another food trend that’s been gaining rave reviews lately are restos offering unlimited samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly), and the trend seems to have made its way to the Summer Capital. Sitties’ Fil-Korean Restaurant at Calde Commercial Building in Assumption Road is the latest in the chain of do-it-yourself samgyeopsal restaurants. They have grown a solid following ever since opening last September 2018 because of their buffet that features several selections of Korean side dishes that go with several flavors of pork belly. They have tocino-style and bulgogi-style pork bellies, which boast that sweet and tangy taste, bringing out the best of both Filipino and Korean palates.

They also have Filipino and Korean dishes for short orders, like pork tapa (cured pork), japchae (stir-fried glass noodles), ramen, kimbab (rice rolled in dried seaweed), and tteokbokki (rounded rice cake sticks). Enjoy the Korean buffet for only PhP278 per head, or PhP139 for children aged five to 10 years old.



5. Mountain Chef International Cuisine & Cake House

Where: Baguio-La Trinidad’s Global Plate, Kilometer 6, Barangay Betag, Dangwa Square, La Trinidad
Budget: PhP200-PhP400 for a whole meal


eatery, where to eat, casual dining

Partner the savory cuisines of Mountain Chef with their sweet selections.

Image: Mountain Chef International Cuisine and Bake House

If choosing where to eat is always a difficult choice for you, then you might need to go somewhere that offers the best from around the world—a place like Mountain Chef International Cuisine & Cake House in Dangwa Square.

Despite opening its doors just last September 2018, Mountain Chef has already earned the approval of many with its sumptuous dishes influenced by international flavors. American, Asian, Mediterranean, and Italian cuisines made their way to the Igorot-owned eatery through dishes like chicken curry biryani rice (highly seasoned rice), American pork ribs, Greek calamari, Japanese shrimp tempura, beef kalbi chim (braised short ribs), and of course, Mt. Chef’s signature adobo (stewed pork). Aside from pastries and signature cakes, they also have artisan bread in their choices, such as focaccia sticks (Italian bread) and French baguettes.


Want to explore Baguio City further? Visit Yoorekka and get up-to-date travel information for your trip!


With reasonable prices to match the delicious dishes, these new restaurants should never be left out of your Baguio itinerary!

new restaurants Baguio

A food crawl in Baguio City is never a bad idea.


Everyone’s favorite thing about being a true foodie is that it doesn’t stop when you’re full; somewhere, new and exciting food is always dished out as often as we are hungry. This summer, that “somewhere” is the City of Pines. New restaurants in Baguio show that the city’s famed foodscape is thriving more than ever and remains as much a part of the local culture as the city’s landmarks. So set a trip to Baguio soon, where places to eat abound, all primed to satisfy our palates with new flavors. If you’re excited to know where these new restaurants in Baguio are, then read on!


1. Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki

Where: 1/F Station 120 Building, 101 Lower General Luna Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP150-PhP400 for a whole meal


2019

Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki takes the Japanese snack to a whole other level of tasty.

Image: Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki

A great first stop for your Baguio food crawl is Homie’s Milk Tea & Takoyaki at Lower General Luna Road. When they opened last February 8, they offered their guests free samples of their specialties, and it wasn’t long until their customers kept coming back. One of their specialties is the takoyaki (ball-shaped wheat snack). The Japanese grub is typically filled with minced octopus, but at Homie’s, they also make takoyaki with bacon or quail egg, and also offer takoyaki draped in cheese. If you’re having a hard time to decide, just order their sampler to have a go at each takoyaki type. They also have a modest selection of ramen. Choose among the chashu (stewed pork), spicy tonkotsu (pork marrow), or miso variants.

The warmth of the takoyaki or ramen always goes great with their signature milk tea. They call the menu “Tea Tea Moo,” and includes around 20 flavor choices. They also have iced tea in fresh fruit flavors, as well as Yakult-blended beverages.



2. Haru Let’s Eat

Where: Urban Hotel, RFT Building, Naguilian Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP199 for unlimited food choices


restaurants

With such a wide assortment of wing flavors, Haru Let’s Eat should be your favorite stopover.

Image: Haru Let’s Eat

The fanfare around unlimited offers isn’t dying down soon, and Haru Let’s Eat at Naguilian Road is the latest up-and-coming restaurant to join that list. They offer unlimited wings, pasta, and rice for just PhP199. But this isn’t just any other wings place; their wings buffet features an astounding 23 different flavors. Savor flavors such as Garlic Parmesan, Teriyaki, Honey Garlic, Asian Sesame, Cheesy Lava, Mango Rojo (red), and so much more. They also have flavors of various hotness. If you’re a casual eater, then settle for the mild buffalo, Thaisian, or spicy mango, but if think you can take it up a notch, sample their Fire BBQ Cracker, Cajun, or Saucy Finger, or just go all the way and order the Magma or Suicide flavors, the hottest on the menu.

Just take note, though, that you aren’t allowed to share, take out, or leave any leftovers, or else they will charge you extra. This just means your wings are only yours to enjoy!


3. Dalikan Food Terminal

Where: #004 Tamawan/Long Long Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP100-PhP200


Baguio

Try their zesty kinigtot and discover the Mountain Province’s original flavor!

Image: Dalikan Taste Asia

The best cuisines of Mountain Province meet our modern sensibilities inside the modest corners of Dalikan Food Terminal in Long Long Road. Dalikan is an Ilocano word for “stove,” an inspiration taken by the owner from the first kitchenware he was given by his grandparents as a prompt to start cooking. His pride of the highlands indeed shines through, as shown by sumptuous dishes like the etag (sun-dried salted pork), tinegteg (chopped beef sauteed in tomatoes), kinigtot (stewed goat meat and innards), and the ever-famous pinikpikan (chicken stew). Down these with a shot of tapey (Igorot rice wine) or bugnay (wild berry wine), and cap off your meal with their selection of pastries, or a serving of their patupat (glutinous rice cake).



Aside from the meals, they also sell bottles of vinaigrettes as well as jars of chili sauces and ba-ak (aged chili). The place may be small, but they sell out fast, so make sure to come early to savor the Mountain Province flavors in the morning!


4. Sittie’s Fil-Korean Restaurant

Where: G/F Calde Commercial Building, Assumption Road, Baguio City
Budget: PhP278 for unlimited buffet


places to eat

Take as many trips as you want to the buffet table in Sittie’s Fil-Korean Restaurant!

Image: Sittie’s Korean Restaurant Samgeupsal Buffet Eat All You Can

Another food trend that’s been gaining rave reviews lately are restos offering unlimited samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly), and the trend seems to have made its way to the Summer Capital. Sitties’ Fil-Korean Restaurant at Calde Commercial Building in Assumption Road is the latest in the chain of do-it-yourself samgyeopsal restaurants. They have grown a solid following ever since opening last September 2018 because of their buffet that features several selections of Korean side dishes that go with several flavors of pork belly. They have tocino-style and bulgogi-style pork bellies, which boast that sweet and tangy taste, bringing out the best of both Filipino and Korean palates.

They also have Filipino and Korean dishes for short orders, like pork tapa (cured pork), japchae (stir-fried glass noodles), ramen, kimbab (rice rolled in dried seaweed), and tteokbokki (rounded rice cake sticks). Enjoy the Korean buffet for only PhP278 per head, or PhP139 for children aged five to 10 years old.



5. Mountain Chef International Cuisine & Cake House

Where: Baguio-La Trinidad’s Global Plate, Kilometer 6, Barangay Betag, Dangwa Square, La Trinidad
Budget: PhP200-PhP400 for a whole meal


eatery, where to eat, casual dining

Partner the savory cuisines of Mountain Chef with their sweet selections.

Image: Mountain Chef International Cuisine and Bake House

If choosing where to eat is always a difficult choice for you, then you might need to go somewhere that offers the best from around the world—a place like Mountain Chef International Cuisine & Cake House in Dangwa Square.

Despite opening its doors just last September 2018, Mountain Chef has already earned the approval of many with its sumptuous dishes influenced by international flavors. American, Asian, Mediterranean, and Italian cuisines made their way to the Igorot-owned eatery through dishes like chicken curry biryani rice (highly seasoned rice), American pork ribs, Greek calamari, Japanese shrimp tempura, beef kalbi chim (braised short ribs), and of course, Mt. Chef’s signature adobo (stewed pork). Aside from pastries and signature cakes, they also have artisan bread in their choices, such as focaccia sticks (Italian bread) and French baguettes.


Want to explore Baguio City further? Visit Yoorekka and get up-to-date travel information for your trip!


With reasonable prices to match the delicious dishes, these new restaurants should never be left out of your Baguio itinerary!

author

Viktor would love to receive an extra hour a day as a Christmas gift. That way, he won’t have to struggle over splitting his 24 hours among making brand copies and campaigns, writing children’s stories, going to the gym, commuting around Taguig, and feeding his two overweight cats. He hates the hustle culture, that’s why he’s thankful for friends who have time to spare on weekends, preferably over spicy ramen and cold bottles of beer.

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