UPDATE: The Venizes (Cafe Veniz & Veniz Grill)
It has come to my attention that I never really left that many pieces of information about the sister restaurants at Hotel Veniz, whether it’s about the cafe or the grill.
I just mentioned that the Venizes is where my P3 posse and I hung out the most since:
- it’s right smack in the middle of the central business district,
- they’ve got a variety of dishes to offer,
- and the lot of that, all for a reasonable price.
Between the two of these places where to eat in Baguio, the most photos I have from the early beginnings of the Baguio food quest are at Veniz Grill. (Oh, how we love their Mongolian buffet spread … I’m reminiscing now about all the hours we spent there just satisfying our hunger, relaxing and having fun after a hard day’s work.)
I thought all those points would be enough to inspire you, my fellow Baguio eatsplorers to make Cafe Veniz or Veniz Grill one of your food destinations while in the City of Pines and considering that’s my first post about a Baguio restaurant ever, I hope you forgive me.
Anyhoo, it’s a deficiency that’s easily rectified. So here goes, Veniz Grill vs. Cafe Veniz (in pictures). (“,)
The Food, the Drinks and (a whiiittle bit =b) of the Surroundings
The Veniz Grill Menu
Service rating for Veniz Grill: There are too few servers on the floor and it seems most of them are new (so I’ll give them some time to learn their “craft”).
However, on one particular visit that Race and I made to Veniz, it was interesting to see how their new manager (I assumed he was new by the way he acted =)) … wait for it …) trying to ditch his duties going around the dining area to serve the customers.
He liked staying at the counter and when the only other attendant was busy at another table, he looked like he was going to have a panic attack when one of the drinks for another table was ready to be delivered. Fingers crossed, he got over his fear of customers now. No worries, we’re not going to bite. ^^,
The Cafe Veniz Menu
The Food and Drink
Service rating for Cafe Veniz:
So at which Veniz restaurant will you be dining today?
Pick the grill, pick their smaller restaurant on the first floor. Doesn’t really matter because you can always try the one you didn’t get to try next time (They’re just in town so it’s easy access). If there’s one thing this favorite of mine will prove to you, once you’ve tried it, it’ll be true.
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Wow, that honey liempo looks really tasty. nice capture!
Hello again, Gian! Yes, it WAS tasty, starting from the garlic rice, yum! Thank you so much! Happy weekend! (“,)
I visited Cafe Veniz when I was in the city last month. As always, I still can’t quite get the right mix for their strawberry coffee. And their cathedral jello seems creamier and less jelly-like compared to the last time I tasted it.
Oh I miss Veniz Grill. Their mongolian bowl is enough to last me a day.
Hello there, Lei De Guzman! Ohh, you came for a visit, nice, nice! I’m now intrigued about the cafe’s strawberry coffee and the cathedral window, will try those out some time. Thank you.
With Veniz Grill, I know right? Love their mongolian buffet. Weee. Hope your week’s going well! (“,) Eat on!