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Tabligan’s a.k.a. Kambingan sa Scout Barrio and the Soup of Life \m/

Want good goat based dishes?  To the kambingan!  (eatery that serves goat dishes and other food)  In Baguio, one of the best places to get goaty good food is Tabligan’s.  They like to call themselves Kambingan sa Scout Barrio now.  Regardless of their name, they’re a reliable eatery to get Filipino dishes like goat adobo, kalderetang kambing, kilawin, and their signature dish sinampalukang kambing.

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio adobong kambing

Adobong Kambing

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio kalderetang kambing

Kalderetang Kambing

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio sinampalukang kambing and more kalderetang kambing

sinampalukang kambing and more kaldereta! =)

Getting to the kambingan, the atmosphere is like you’re dining in someone’s front yard…err, correction, you ARE dining in someone’s front yard.  No matter; when the food is good, there’s no room for being shy. =D

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio dining

Front yard dining at Kambingan sa Scout Barrio =D

Speaking of their signature dish, I should make it clear that it’s really the soup of this sinampalukang kambing that’s making the waves.  Like one of my mentors (P3’s mentor too) described it, it’s ‘sabaw palang, ulam na!’/an appetizer and an entrée in one!  Shout out to Ms. Jois! ~from Beth, Karla and me (“,)  Yes, yes, it’s an uber flavorful, potent broth (right from the aroma that first tickles your nose) that allows you to go on a rice binge.  The soup will be the viand (and in the Tabligan’s soup’s case, it’s all you’ll ever need for a hearty satisfying meal.)

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio cup of soup

The Soup of Life (“,) (‘sabaw palang, ulam na!’~Ms. Jois)

(One time Race and I were there, there were people – students I believe – who came to Tabligan’s to buy cooked rice.  They also asked for some soup and got all these for takeout.  I thought the soup was complimentary only when you ate there. =D)  Definitely, the soup of life.  You can eat till you’re satisfied and you wouldn’t have to spend much.

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio and Xine

Satisfied with the soup.  Awww, look at that smile \m/

On the subject of cost, Tabligan’s offerings are sort of expensive.  It might have something to do with the fact that they’re goat based.  =) Be sure that you’ve got enough money if you want to order the other dishes too.  (You also might want to come at 11ish for lunch.  This eatery is full of people at 12 noon.)  For a saucer full of delicious kilawen, zingy caldereta, etc., it’s surely going to cost you.  (Again, there’s always ‘sabaw palang, ulam na’. ^^, You can ask them to refill your cup when you’ve run out.)

Kambingan sa Scout Barrio cup of soup needs a refill

Looks like, I’m going to need a refill soon. ^^,

Walking down the Baguio main street, enjoying Panagbenga 2012’s Session Road in Bloom (street café) segment, you would never be mistaken when you get a whiff of this beautiful soup.  I knew at once that it was Tabligan’s and Race, my sister, her daughter and I used our noses to find their stall.  Order up!  Kilawing kambing, dinengdeng (for the vegetarian or the friendly to goats =b) and of course, cups and cups of the soup of life.

Tabligan's offering at the 2012 Panagbenga Flower Festival

Kilawin, dinengdeng and yes; the beautiful, wonderful, savory soup at the city Flower Festival (“,)

X marks Tabligan’s a.k.a. Kambingan sa Scout Barrio for good food (soup that doubles up as an entrée for a super satiating meal) in Baguio.

Food: 4 treasure chests

Service: 3 treasure chests They’ve got overflowing coffee and also free bananas for dessert. Weee, thanks, Tabligan’s!

Ambiance: 3 treasure chests

Price: 2 treasure chests

Tabligan’s or Kambingan sa Scout Barrio

100 Scout Barrio, Loakan Road

Baguio City, Philippines

444 5857

facebook.com/pages/Tabligans-Kambingan/147399208648328

Tabligan's location

Location of Tabligan’s a.k.a Kambingan sa Scout Barrio, click to enlarge photo

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9 responses to “Tabligan’s a.k.a. Kambingan sa Scout Barrio and the Soup of Life \m/”

  1. XiNE says :

    Hiyee there, lesleycarter! Thanks so much! Just like Shutterfly, i’m ready for the holidays. Hhhhmm, i guess everyone in the Philippines is. *hihi Happy weekend! (“,)

  2. croix says :

    looks good… can you show us maps and photo of the place too? i dont want to get lost if im hungry… lolz

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there, croix! Yes, it really is – sabaw palang ulam na *hihi. Will look into the maps, too. Thanks for the comment! Eat on! (“,)

      • XiNE says :

        Hello there, croix! Got the map to Tabligan up! So sorry, it took so long. *hihi Hope it helps you find good Baguio foods! Have a nice day! (“,)

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