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Eatsploring the City of Pines: The Menus Edition 2

Whoa, 30 plus days passed by quickly. =)

Baguio Twisted Chef Yoga Cafe by Cafe de Angelo at St. Patrick Village 2017

Namaste! (from me … and the yogis in the Shavasina, final resting pose, in this photo) ^^,

I hope the fourth month of the year is going well for you and that you had a meaningful and restful Holy Week vacay, Baguio food adventurers.

Unfortunately, I still haven’t gotten my mojo back to write an actual feature … well, I almost did but I’m stumbling on the titles so while I mull over that a bit more, here’s another menus edition because again, the food quest doesn’t really stop.

Newly Checked Off Baguio Restaurants

1.) Drop Out

Finally! I got to check this restaurant off our list. It’s been pink there like forever.

We were here on a really hot day and boy, was I glad for their refreshing sea breeze drink mix. *sip ahh I’ll get that again when we return to Drop Out for sure.

Baguio Drop Out menu

2.) Joie de Vivre Cafe

Driving to Tita Lea‘s to pick up our order of kutsinta and/or pancit Malabon or for a little pizza party with Ms. C and Tito Chef B and see their doges at Le Coq Bleu/Le Coq Floral, the Joy of Living sign always catches my attention but I kept forgetting to put them on our list until Sir Dan unloaded a bulk of his resto discoveries in one private message. It’s added and checked off now. \m/

Baguio Joie de Vivre Cafe menu

3.) Pepper Lunch

Heehaha, I’m so hung up on the strange seating setup they have here. You have to place your orders at the counter and they’ll be the ones to dictate where you sit.

Baguio Pepper Lunch menu

4.) Riprap Restobar

I was totally remiss leaving this out of the previous food list feature. In my defense, I was thinking I’d have a write up on this joint soon enough. I’m still giddy to try other dishes from their menu first … with such doable prices, it’s hard not to “pakyaw”. Now, if only my tummy would cooperate and not give up on me. =b

Baguio Riprap Restobar menu

5.) SMAK Asian Crossover

Looking forward to coming back and trying out more of their offerings … and seeing the nice lovely couple managing this restaurant. Wala lang, I’m just amused that Race and I were called iha and iho while the lady proprietor was explaining their menu to us. I haven’t heard that in a while. *tee hee

Baguio SMAK Asian Crossover menu

6.) Subo

One of my favorites since they opened. ❤ the papaitan here.

Baguio Subo menu

7.) Teareals Tea+Cereals+Boutique

All day cereals. I must say I had a fine time here, having our orders as dessert (after eating our mains at Joie de Vivre). It was so like playing house. And the teapots and various things they had for sale in their boutique got me ohh-ing and ahh-ing at the detail and design … and trying to think of excuses to have numerous tea pots. =))

Baguio Teareals Tea and Cereals menu

8.) Twisted Chef by Cafe de Angelo

In cooperation with Ekam Yoga Studio Baguio, the Coffee Bar at St. Patrick Village has been reinvented to the first yoga cafe in the City of Pines. Who’s up for holistic health? (“,)

Baguio Twisted Chef by Cafe de Angelo at St. Patrick Village menu

(SCHEDULE FOR YOGA CLASSES:
Mondays through Fridays – 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Saturdays – 9:30 a.m.

Please do get in touch with the yoga studio for inquiries on rates, types of classes, etc. Walk-ins welcome.)

Updated Menus

1.) Atrium Restaurant at Grand Sierra Pines Hotel

They have season specials, too. When I got these photos it was a grad special. Just recently (because Grand Sierra’s Atrium and Outlook Steak and Grill are two of my favorite places to hang out at now. Ahhh, the old Baguio feel.), it was a Lenten special.

Baguio The Atrium Restaurant at Grand Sierra Pines Hotel 2017 menu

2.) Noodle King Eatery

Shyeew, that was close. I was giving up hope that I’d be eating their spicy sour noodles again. Since reopening, they’ve added one of the most full bodied coffees we’ve ever had … you guessed it, an addition to our Noodle King faves. ^^,

Baguio Noodle King Eatery 2017 menu

3.) Salt and Pepper Casual Dining at Citylight Hotel

Not really their menu but the prices for their buffets today. Come to think of it, though the Coffeeshop has one, I haven’t really seen an actual menu for Salt and Pepper. Probably, they’re strictly a buffet eating place like Elements?

Baguio Salt and Pepper Casual Dining at Citylight Hotel buffet prices

Anyhoo, still a good place for breakfast buffet if you ask me. Even more so with their rooftop opened for diners now. =D

Baguio Salt and Pepper Casual Dining at Citylight Hotel rooftop 2017

Chika-chika after a big breakfast with P3 out on the Citylight Hotel rooftop (“,)

Here ends part two of our menu centric post. Happy eatsploring, everybody!

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20 responses to “Eatsploring the City of Pines: The Menus Edition 2”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Hi. Do you have to enroll in yoga to eat at Twisted Chef Yoga Cafe?

    • XiNE says :

      Hello there. No, you don’t have to enroll with Ekam Yoga Studio Baguio to eat at Twisted Chef by Cafe de Angelo. Hope this helps. I hope you have a happy holistic mealtime here! (“,)

  2. Candy says :

    Youre back!!!! I was afraid worried that you stopped blogging.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Candy! Uhaha. You’re back too. Haven’t seen you in the comments section in a while. =b

      Hopefully, this second menus post helps with you and our foodie friends in your food quests. Thanks for dropping by again! (“,)

  3. Anonymous says :

    Hello find good Baguio foods. Where can I find Subo Restaurant? Tnx

    • XiNE says :

      Hi, Subo eatery is located in Trancoville, beside the Filipino Chinese General Hospital. I hope you have as great a time at Subo as we have! (“,)

  4. Mario says :

    Nabuhay ang lola! Nagbakasyon grande ka na Xine hehehe Bongga naman nung yoga cafe. At di ako inform na sa roof top na ang buffet ng Citylights Hotel ha. Ang gandara ng colors sa picture ninyong 3.

    • XiNE says :

      Yes, Mario, I liiive! =)) Not really on vacay, just busy with other things.

      Oh, I know right, so amusing we have the first yoga cafe in Twisted Chef. If you love veggies and healthy eating, this has a ton of stuff to offer. (I’m still thinking about the mushroom fritura … an appetizer, Race and I ate with rice. *heehaha)

      Thank you so much for the compliments for our P3 photo at Citylights Hotel rooftop. I’m lovin’ that too. And hindi kami nagusap to wear colorful sweaters/top over white. \m/

      Thank you so much for the support. Mario! Till next blog post. (“,)

  5. Shorty says :

    Wow Pepper Lunch is open. They are one of my favorite restaurants in Manila.

    Im happy to read that Noodle King is reopened. I also thought they would never open again. Welcome back also Xine. I think this is the longest break you ever took from posting restaurant features.

    • XiNE says :

      Hello, Shorty! Yes, I think Pepper Lunch opened sometime Panagbenga parades weekend. Happy dance for us who love Noodle King Eatery.

      Thank you so much for visiting the blog and leaving a comment! Here’s hoping I get my mojo back for resto feature writing. Till then, happy Baguio eatscapades! (“,)

  6. Anonymous says :

    I wish you can go back to restaurant reviews soon. Yeah this post is very helpful but I miss reading features that tell me about everything you experienced in the restaurant.that’s why I always visit your blog before going to a new restaurant because so I always know what to expect.

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