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Eatsploring the City of Pines: The Menus Edition

Bulaga, my foodie friends! ^^,

license plate laden stairway to Baguio Calsada Bistro

(“,)

Miss me?

Today’s feature is just going to be a quick drive-by post of menus from restaurants in the City of Pines that we’ve recently eatsplored because I’m in dramarama mode these days where while I’ve (still and always) got a ton of things on my mind, I have zero mojo to be composing a resto feature. =b

Newly Checked Off Baguio Restaurants

1.) Calsada Bistro

Baguio Calsada Bistro menu

Nomnom C.P.A. (chicken pork adobo) from the bistro’s All Day Breakfast selection and their mozzarella bacon appetizers.

2.) Chef Didier’s Cafe

In contrast to the private dining set up of Chef Didier’s Table, one can just walk in here for a quick bite. Wee!

[UPDATE 05/11/2017: Chef Didier has moved to PINESVILLE SUBDIVISION (near PMA), so the cafe has been scratched … we’re hoping just till they get their bearings in their new location.]

Baguio Chef Didier's Cafe menu

3.) J’s Korean Burger and Rice Meals

The older sister restaurant to La Trinidad’s The Loft … that seems to be well loved by students for the pocket friendly items they have to offer. \m/

Baguio J's Korean Burger and Rice Meals menu

4.) Le Vain Bakery

This is just the beverage menu. Bread varieties go from P90 to P200.

Baguio Le Vain Bakery drinks menu

The Outlook Drive beverage menu

Le Vain has two branches: One in Outlook Drive beside Villa Silvina (what used to be Villa La Maja) and one on Legarda beside the spruced up Mr. Ramyun at Lindi Hotel.

5.) Munchtown

Baguio Munchtown menu

6.) Naruto Japanese Restaurant

The food joint next to Kuya J‘s.

Baguio Naruto Japanese Restaurant menu

7.) Pet’s Bulaluhan

❤ ❤ ❤ the food here. A bit like high speed dining though … as all great carinderias are. *hihi

Baguio Pet's Bulaluhan menu

8.) Road Trip Kitchen & Cafe

Baguio Road Trip Kitchen & Cafe menu

9.) Yes Pho

We still have to make a visit to pin down and check off and gorge on the spring rolls and the egg rolls. =D And more of that Vietnamese coffee.

Baguio Yes Pho authentic Vietnamese food menu

Updated Menus

1.) Cafe in the Sky

Metro Baguio Tuba Cafe in the Sky updated menu

2.) Chef Restaurant (Middle Eastern cuisine)

Baguio Chef Restaurant (Middle Eastern Cuisine) updated menu

3.) Ummason (Mother’s Hand) Korean Restaurant

Where this boiling like crazeh kimchi jjiggae is from. Nyum!

Baguio Ummason (Mother's Hand) Korean Restaurant updated menu

4.) Veniz Grill

Long time, no see, our favorite hangout for Mongolian buffet! (“,)

Baguio Veniz Grill updated menu

5.) Ze Creamery

Baguio Ze Creamery updated menu

There, you have it. I hope that holds you till I’m game to sit on writing a feature post. Do send word if you don’t know where our newly checked off eating places are located. (Talk to me, people, talk to me! =) ) Till then, happy Baguio food trails, everybody!

Baguio Pet's Bulaluhan sizzling nguso, Calsada Bistro chicken pork adobo, Naruto Japanese Restaurant mochi anmitsu

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17 responses to “Eatsploring the City of Pines: The Menus Edition”

  1. Zara says :

    I love the stairs decorated with speciallized license plates. Where is that restaurant located? Thank you

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there, Zara! I know right, probably my favorite part of this resto aside from the food. Calsada Bistro is located at #47 Suello Village according to their Facebook page. It’s near Petron that’s across from the road going to Balacbac. I hope you enjoy your time at Calsada! (“,)

  2. Anonymous says :

    Bread in le vain korean style bread shop is so expensive. We got chocolate scones for 90peso and they were not that good.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello! Agreed. My pocket was a bit surprised at the prices at Le Vain too. The small delicately airy slice of Kirish cake I got was P120 and Race’s light croquette with curry in it (like a siopao) was P80. Here’s hoping they can have more doable prices in the future. Nice place though. (We went to the Outlook bakery.)

      Thank you for visiting the blog! Happy Baguio food adventures! (“,)

  3. Mario says :

    Ayan may post na!! emotera pala ang lolang itey hehehe Bigyan ka dapat ng award. Galing sa Pets Bulaluhan. Pansin mo prize daw ang pagkain nila dun hehehee

    • XiNE says :

      Hiyee there, Mario! Dramatics of the mojo-less. *heehaha

      Yes, we did notice the priZe at Pet’s. This was the menu inside the packed dining area. The menu outside was corrected with a marker. *hihi But I will take their sizzling nguso/nguso guisado as a prize if they do give them out in some contest. Or … bulalo nalang pala. We were there a number of times now and we still didn’t get bulalo. Always sold out. =b

      Always nice to see you in the comment section of my posts, Mario! Thank you so much! (“,)

  4. Steph says :

    We missed you and your posts. Thanks for this. IT is still very informative even if it is just menus.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Steph! Aww, thank you so much! (“,) Will try to get an actual feature post in the soonest. I hope you have a great mealtime at whichever restaurant you choose to check off your lists (from this menu post). Happy (actual – not just on menus) eatsploring! *hihi

  5. Zoey says :

    I always like to read your post..I always check your blog if we want to find a nice place to eat..Do keep us posted on new resto to visit here in Baguio or La Trinidad..

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there, Zoey! Thank you so much for looking in on Find Good Baguio Foods from time to time. Apologies, I haven’t gotten any post up yet. Rest assured, I’m working on rebuilding my mojo to write features again. *hihi

      So far though, our flavors for this month is Subo in Trancoville (beside Fil-Chinese Hospital) and Pet’s Bulaluhan, and also we’re back to Noodle King as they’ve finally reopened. I hope your food quest (in Baguio and La Trinidad) is going well. Eatsplore away! (“,)

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