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26 responses to “A World of Pure Imagination at Chef Didier’s Table”

  1. Nickie says :

    I am green with envy!!! I want to try Chef Didier’s Table now too 😉

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Nickie! You know what I’m going to say to that. Go, go, GO! *hihi I can’t wait to try the other things that Chef Didier can cook up. (Envious some more? =b) I hope you enjoy your meal at this Rosalinda Mansion private table. Book away! (“,)

  2. lån says :

    Another new private dining table in Baguio. I just included Chef Didier to my list of restaurants to try. This is never ending.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there, lån! I know right. I just had a feature on a private table, who knew the next one was going to be something like that again. All Chef Didier for this private dining setup though. (Ozark’s will have guest chefs coming in.)

      *hihi My thoughts exactly. We’re extremely glad Chef Didier and Ms. Merna chose Baguio to relocate to though. I hope you have as fantastic a dining experience at Chef Didier’s Table as we did! Thank you so much for leaving a comment again! (“,)

  3. Mario says :

    Ang daming pinalafang ni Chef Didier sainyo. Parang pinatikim na lahat sa menu nya hehe Baka mahalia jackson ang isang kainan?

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Mario! Yes, that was A.LOT. of food from Chef Didier’s Table, so much so, it lasted till dinner today. \m/

      He has many other different cuisines he can cook so I’m guessing, this is just the tip of the iceberg. I’m uber excited to try the other stuff. (Thai, Mediterranean, Italian, etc.)

      If you visit Chef Didier’s Facebook page, he offers a number of dining services. The “Night in Paris” (which i guess closely resembles what we had yesterday evening) is P800 per person. There’s also pasta night, pizza Italiano night, manic Monday night with different price ranges.

      I think you can also speak to him about the menu so your meal would be exactly what you want. Book na ah! *hihi Thank you for visiting the blog again and again! (“,)

  4. Candy says :

    My gaaaad, Xine. Chef Didiers Table is another awesome find!! I can’t wait to reserve a meal here. 🙂 🙂

    • XiNE says :

      Hello again, Candy! We have eatsplorer Dan to thank for this find.\m/ Yes, do (make a dining booking at Chef Didier’s) tout de suite and I wish you happy food trails for whenever that day will be.

      Thank you for visiting the blog! I really appreciate the support. (“,)

  5. XiNE says :

    Hi, callmeriina! I’m glad you enjoyed this feature post on Chef Didier’s Private Dining Table! Thank you for the star! I hope 2017 is going well and wishing you happy food adventures wherever you find yourself to be. (“,)

  6. Anonymous says :

    French chef in Baguio wowow

    • XiNE says :

      *hihi Another one who chose Baguio and opened his home’s doors to the dining public. We’re thanking our lucky stars, aren’t we? (“,)

  7. XiNE says :

    Aha, romeandtroismom, you live! It takes a Chef Didier (and his baked treats and fabulous dishes) for you to find your WordPress password, eh. =b

    Thanks for giving a star for Chef Didier’s Table feature post. (“,)

  8. XiNE says :

    Bonjour, les bricoles de Sidonie! Merci beaucoup for visiting Find Good Baguio Foods and for clicking Like for the feature post on Chef Didier’s Table! More power to you and your blog! (“,)

  9. Anonymous says :

    Ate bat wala kang ratings for Chef Didier’s Table?

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there! I don’t usually put ratings when the food adventure is an invite. (Also whatever comments I have about the food in the event, I tell the proprietors directly then.) When I do write an update post on Chef Didier’s Table and I pay my own way, that’s when I’ll put treasure chest ratings in.

      Hope this helps! Thanks for visiting Find Good Baguio Foods! (“,)

  10. Stellah says :

    I believe you found a real gem in Chef Didier’s Table. This is why I love your blog. You find very good places to eat in Baguio and your posts are very informative

    • XiNE says :

      Hi, Stellah! I believe so too (I hope my excitement for Chef Didier and wife choosing Baguio City/them ‘finding me’ came out in the post \m/).

      I’m glad Find Good Baguio Foods is useful to you. I appreciate the love (for the blog *hihi). Happy Baguio eatscapades to you! (“,)

  11. Mario says :

    hindi mo sinabi anong tip ni Chef Didier pano gumawa ng crunchy Belgian fries hehe

    • XiNE says :

      Ay, apologies, Mario. *hihi Chef Didier said, make sure you wash out all the starch, ensure the potatoes are dried well after the washes, and then double fry. (“,)

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