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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).  (“,) Read More…

How the List Looks…(and yet another excerpt)

And again, our Baguio food and restaurant list so far.

Citylight Hotel staircase

♫ Round and Round It Goes…♪

BAGUIO HOTEL IN-HOUSE RESTAURANTS
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Tried and True, Veniz

Being a bit of a forgetful person, I always keep a camera in my itsybitsy bag. With it, I can turn any day into a Kodak moment and now, I’ve got archives of photos saved on the PC that I can look back on to remember.

Looking at all the folders of photos I’ve taken, I noticed one thing; when it comes to eating out, I keep coming back to Veniz.  Whether it’s their café on the first floor or the grill on the third floor of the hotel, I’ve spent a lot of time with family and friends in these restaurants.  It’s not far off considering; they’ve got the complete package of what I look for from places to eat at.

food, drinks and the view at Veniz

food (calamari, steak, Spanish omelet, salad, potato nuggets), drinks (four seasons, iced tea, pina colada, strawberry shake) and the view at Veniz

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