Coming Home to Mama’s Table
Chef Vicky, we’re home! *giggles
We returned to Ambuklao to celebrate Mother’s Day, family, friendship … and also hope for a better country. (“,)
Since I’ve already given you the juicy details about dining at Mama’s Table, I’m going to leave this as a photo blog. Want to read the detailed blog again? Click here.
While there are similarities to P3+1+1+1’s first private dining experience to this return visit, there are also new things we took away from meeting Chef Vicky Tinio Clemente again. (because of the differences in the mealtime which was lunch, there were more of us with everyone near and dear to our hearts joining in on the celebration and so on.)
Mother’s Day 2013 was the day before the election thus our celebration of hope for a better Philippines, too (I wonder if that worked… hhmmm). Here’s Chef V endorsing her pick for the Senate. *hihi
Taking a break from the table that the chef ensured would keep our taste buds engaged every single moment, Karla and I went behind the scenes. In the kitchen where all the awe striking dishes came from, I got a copy of our menu.
While we were there, our resident chef didn’t miss the chance for a photo op with Mama’s Table’s resident chef.
As we were at the table. We resumed with the fifth course.
As you can see, our homecoming to Mama’s Table and our celebration for Mother’s Day, family, friendship and hope for a better country went perfectly (again). If anything, it was probably even more memorable because we got to share the experience with more of our foodie loved ones. ^^,
(Also, just like how P3+1+1+1 felt in December 2012, we felt blessed. We’ve already been counting our blessings then … and we’re going to keep on counting.)
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Hello, lesleycarter! There you are! You’ve got so many trips on the docket, me envy, me envy.*hihi Thank you so much! Come home to Mama’s Table too! Have a nice weekend! (“,)
Oh Em Geeee Xine nasa Mamas table ulit kayo!
Hello! Yes, so lucky we got to book another meal at Mama’s Table. Always a great dining experience in Baguio. You should try it too … if you haven’t yet. Happy weekend! (“,)
Vigilant 222! My number one fan! *hihi Thank you so much! (“,)
Da shooewws, da red shoes. Ang ganda! 😉
Hello there! Exactly what I thought when I saw them. Voila, the Love Story shoes, NineWest. I think they’ve still got it on sale at their online store, maybe you want a pair … or two? *hihi Thank you so much! Have a nice day! (“,)
How much does it cost you at mama’s table? and how can we book something? =)) THANKYOU!
Hello, segrid! You can dine at Mama’s Table when you have at least six persons in your party. Advance booking of at least a week is needed. Chef Vicky’s menu starts off with a board of spreads followed by eight courses so the cost is around P1,500 per person plus 10% service charge.
Here are her contact numbers: 442 1794 and 0915 643 8775.
Enjoy your Baguio Mama’s Table experience! Thank you for visiting the blog! (“,)
If I were to include mama’s table in a tour package.. What would be the max number of people could you cater.. Just for breakfast or lunch..
And would it require a reservation? If yes, how long? 🙂
Hello, Rick Jason Aquino. Find Good Baguio Foods is a food blog/online diary chronicling my food adventures in Baguio City.
If you would like to make inquiries, reservation/booking for lunch or dinner at Mama’s Table, everything you need to know such as contact details, how many people minimum, etc. are in the post as well as in the linked post on our first Mama’s Table visit: https://findgoodbaguiofoods.com/2012/12/17/counting-our-blessings-at-mamas-table/ .
I do hope you have a fantastic experience at Mama’s Table, if you push through with your booking. Thank you so much! (“,)