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A Bountiful Breakfast Buffet at the Country Club (B3@BCC)

Baguio Country Club is always one of the venues that come to mind when you’re thinking about celebrating a special occasion in the city.  Surely, the homecoming of a cousin (even if it’s just for a short visit) passes for an occasion.  We just had to have a meal at the Country Club.  It was decided that it was going to be the breakfast buffet.  (Although in retrospect, if we knew about the Sunday Champagne Brunch offering beforehand, that’s what we would’ve gone for. =D)

Baguio Country Club salad, cheese and cold cuts

Salad, cheese and cold cuts.

Baguio Country Club cereal

Cereal for breakfast? Yes, that please and the other stuff on the other tables too. (“,)

Cheaper than P100 compared to the Le Chef breakfast buffet, you’re surely going to get your money’s worth – even if you just pile your plate with the bread and pastries from the buffet (which I did *heeehaha).  (But then, of course, there’s a catch to that P100 savings.  Country Club…members only…those go together.  Lucky you, if you know a member who will vouch for you if you’re not a member.)

Baguio Country Club bread

A plate of BCC bread…a small plate. *heee

Okay, back to the bread.  Their ever popular raisin bread is one of the selections.  \m/  They also have mini versions of their delicious treats from the pastry shop like donuts and cinnamon rolls.  They have cookies, tarts, brownies and maaaaaany other types of bread that I didn’t bother to know the name of.  They just went on my plate, like that!

Baguio Country Club bread and pastries

A (bigger) plateful of bread. Weeeeee!

The Country Club spread was a bountiful one – cereal, soup, vegetables for salad with cheese and cold cuts with choices of dressing; egg, rice, viand; just a bounty!  Oh and yes, they had lots of options for beverages, too (four seasons, orange, pineapple, coffee…hhhmm, didn’t notice if they offered hot choco though).

Baguio Country Club breakfast eats

Breakfast eats at Baguio Country Club…other than the bread and pastries. =)

Having topped your plate with the stuff from the Cotterman Room, you can take a seat in the dining area where you have a view of a section of the golf course.  Watch the fog overtake the greens as you take your meal.  (Fog: X.def. – Xine’s Definition: Nature’s way of going monochrome.=D)  Be amazed at the devotion that some golfers have, too.  Even in weather that’s inclement-like (foggy, windy, cold, rain shower here and there – strength varies), they’re still out playing.  Fore!  *thwak.  Can you still see where the golf ball went?  Just look up to the skies (which is what most golf tournament cameramen do, I think. *harhar =b).  You can put your food in your mouth now. *hihi

Baguio Country Club Greens

View from the dining area.

A bountiful breakfast buffet at the Country Club in celebration of our cousin’s homecoming!

Family Breakfast at Baguio Country Club

Homecoming breakfast celebration at Baguio Country Club (“,)

X marks Baguio Country Club for good food (a bounty of a breakfast buffet) in Baguio.

Birds having their own breakfast buffet at BCC

Even the birds are having a good breakfast. ^^,

Food: 4 treasure chests

Service: 3 treasure chests

Ambiance: 4 treasure chests

Price: 4 treasure chests

BCC is also a good place to get serious sweet eats.  You might have heard about (as mentioned above *heee or you probably already love) their raisin bread.  A constant supply of these delicious bread logs stuffed with raisins are at the pastry shop for P150.  (Look for the sign that reads ‘Raisin Bread’.  From ‘Pastry Shop’, the sign had been changed… maybe so nobody would have to ask about where to get them anymore.  Shows you just how popular those breads are.  ^^,)  (You might want to try the multigrain raisin bread.  P240 each. It’s almost always the case, you pay a bit more for the healthier options… but the multigrain versions are delish, too.)

Baguio Country Club Pastry Shop

1st pic. Be still our hearts – the pastry shop’s just right behind us.  Other photos: Enjoying dessert time.  Shout out to Pauk! (“,)

Baguio Country Club Cakes

In cake heaven with my foodie loved ones.\m/

Besides raisin bread, the BCC pastry shop is heaven to cake and chocolate lovers (members, their dependents, and their visitors =b) alike.  Black forest cakes, blueberry cheesecakes, choco truffle cakes, apple pies, and pralines are always cooling behind the counter.  I could just live happily at the BCC pastry shop.  (“,)

Baguio Country Club Cakes

Still in cake heaven with friend(s) =D Shout out to Reagan! (“,)

Baguio Country Club chocolates

Truffles and Pralines… yummmm!

(Waitttttt a minute!) PS!!!  (“,) X marks Baguio Country Club for scrumptious bread and sweet treats in Baguio, too.

Word to the choco crazy: If you’re thinking on buying ‘some’ pralines – you know you want them =b, make sure you come with a pocket lined with Gs.  Unless you can control yourself from getting chocolate truffles, milk chocolate pralines, brandy and mocha pralines, etc., prepare to be amazed at how ‘two of this and that’ can easily put you on the BCC tab. =))

Baguio Country Club

Country Club Road

Baguio City, Philippines

619-2050 to 64

bcc.com.ph/

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