Joseph’s offers an exquisite experience from its exterior to its food options.
Images: Joseph’s Facebook (L); Art Tibaldo (R)
Baguio City, the Philippines’ summer capital, is one of the top destinations in the country to go to if you want to take a break from city life. Aside from its cold climate, fresh produce, various green spaces, and walkable side-by-side tourist spots, Baguio City is also known for its numerous good restaurants.
Did you also know that the summer capital of the Philippines is also home to haunted places with countless scary stories, history, and culture? One is the Laperal White House, located at 14 Leonard Wood Road Brgy. Cabinet Hill, Teachers Camp Baguio City, is now turned into a upscale dining in Baguio
Baguio City‘s famous haunted doesn’t look haunted anymore with its new look as a restaurant.
Images: Joseph’s Facebook page
The Laperal White House
is a century-old home owned by the Laperal family during the 1930s. During the Japanese occupation, it is said to have become a Japanese military post where several locals died. There were hearsays that a white lady was sighted in the place alongside eerie sounds and footsteps inside the empty mansion. With that, the vintage house became known as a haunted spot.
Before it was closed to the public in 2013, the Laperal White House was a museum of local bamboo and wood art pieces. Last December 2022, the haunted mansion was reborn as a new restaurant in Baguio City named Joseph’s.
Joseph’s interior boasts the original solid wood ceilings and walls of the house.
Image: Art Tibaldo
The restaurant features modern elegance from custom dining tables, seats, and contemporary furnishings.
This upscale dining in Baguio offers a menu crafted by a young French chef who has been in the industry for 15 years and a decade at a Michelin-star restaurant. Joseph’s utilizes native produce plated in harmony with premium meat and seafood selections obtained both locally and internationally to give you the best and most memorable dining experience for their guests.
Joseph’s offers three kinds of menu: Le Petite Menu, available from Monday to Friday only; Le Menu Vegetarien, suitable for vegans and vegetarians; and Le Grande Menu. Le Petite Menu and Le Menu Vegetarien have a 2 to 3-course menu starting at PhP980 to PhP1,980, while Le Grande Menu offers a 2 to 5-course menu starting at PhP1,780 to PhP3,150.
Joseph’s duck meat meals are available in their a la carte and set menus.
Images: Joseph’s Baguio
One of the points of pride of this new restaurant in Baguio City is its Herb-Crusted Lamb Rack, Wet-Aged Rib Eye, and 21-Day Dry-Aged Rib Eye ranging from PhP7,980 to PhP12,600.
Joseph’s 21-Day Dry-Aged Rib Eye with red wine sauce and fresh aromatics (L).
Image: Joseph’s Baguio (L); @juantamadadventures (R)
Joseph’s also offers an A La Carte Menu on weekdays from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM with options of salads, soups, starters, mains, and desserts starting at PhP280 to PhP1,980.
Here are some of Joseph’s soups, salads, and dessert options.
Images: Joseph’s website
Drink whenever you like with their list of wines and beverages starting from PhP150 to PhP80,000.
is located on Leonard Wood Rd, Baguio. This upscale dining in Baguio caters to reservations starting at 10:00 AM, while the restaurant is open at 11:00 AM. Joseph’s operates from Wednesday to Monday, 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
For reservations, call 0917 JOSEPHS (5673747), 0969 0998314, or email email@example.com. For inquiries about the restaurant, contact Joseph’s at 0969 0998315, 07442 29875, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more about this new restaurant in Baguio City on their social media accounts and website:
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