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Archive | November 2012

Countryside Eatery: A Gem of an Eatery at the Side of Country Club

With my aunt and uncle coming to Baguio for a golf tournament, my aunt mentioned an eatery found beside Baguio Country Club that’s making waves for serving good (and later, as I’ll find out – authentic) Filipino food.  Passing by the country club to get to Camp John Hay (walking my furry companions), I only made a note of stores lining the wall of BCC.  Indeed, great things are found in the oddest places and the Countryside Eatery (also known as Rimando’s) is evidence of this.

the edge of Baguio Country Club

The horses, the waiting shed that hide the gem of an eatery

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Accommodation Breakfast Eats from Café Sorelle and Sunflower Café

Breakfast is always referred to as the most important meal of the day.  You’re lucky if you’re staying at one of the most popular places in Baguio City and you’ve come a-visiting in the peak season, there’s going to be a buffet breakfast waiting for you.

Otherwise, it’s a plated breakfast (Race always gets some laughs about the term plated.  He’s thinking about the other meaning. =b)  You might be thinking about eating breakfast at hotel restaurants like Café Sorelle or Sunflower Café.  Here’s my take on the breakfast eats here. Read More…

Reach for the Sky with Pizza Volante!

I’ve always had an angel of a pizza (pizza with wings/a flying pizza =D) behind me with Pizza Volante.  From the moment they transformed Session Theater into their establishment (feeling nostalgic again), it’s been a superb restaurant.  With my Baguio restaurant list (almost – there’s always something new to add when I think I’m really done *harhar) finished, I find myself coming back to Volante.

Pizza Volante pizza hanna

6 inch Pizza Hanna =) Easy on the hot sauce, okay? *hihi

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