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Baguio Dining A La Carte – Menus That Might Help You Through This Weekend

Yep, I still have writer’s block. =b

So for this post, I’ll dish out a couple more menus to help you with your eatsplorations this weekend. (It’s easier to eat than churn ideas out for a blogpost is something I learned recently. *harhar )

metro Baguio Eve's Garden new dessert - ube halaya purple yam 2015

A new item on Eve’s Garden‘s menu to finish off the healthy meal: Ube halaya (“,)

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No Picnic at Camp John Hay (addendum =D)

As I was getting all the photos I have for today’s feature post, it’s been cloudy, sunny and a bit foggy.  Now, I can see a patch of blue in the sky and the sun’s shining like crazy.  Yesterday, we were at L’Ami Frenchy and we couldn’t get home because the rain was playing with us. (The jury’s still out on that Baguio food establishment  for me, my foodie friends, so the feature will come later when my experiences there finally sink in.) It let up, and when we were ready to go, it started to pour again. Gee whiz, talk about bipolar fickle. =S

Carlos Pizza Camp John Hay Baguio 2013

A patch of spring/summer in the pizzeria/’pastaria’ (“,)

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Hi There, Hai Dan!

Before anything else, let me wish you all a fruitful Year of the Snake. (“,)

In conjunction with the celebration, let us feature a restaurant that serves gastronomic delights; more specifically, the gratifying and flavorful dishes that the Chinese are known for.

Hai Dan Teahouse and Restaurant is one of the eating places serving Chinese food.  They’re located at the Mile Hi Center in Camp John Hay.

Hai Dan Teahouse and Restaurant scene

Inside Hai Dan Teahouse and Restaurant. You get a view (a closer view) of the bridge that is beautiful in its decrepitness from the Hai Dan windows, too.

Just when you thought you’ll only be eating burgers, fries, banana splits and shakes for a meal in John Hay, Read More…

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