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Menu/Food Crawling the Newest Places to Eat in Baguio (tres)

Bulaga!

 Baguio Tito Nick's 2018 facade

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UPDATE: Chaya Restaurant

Back to Chaya!  V!

If you haven’t eaten here before, my fellow foodies, I’m hoping this update post will turn your cravings for Japanese cuisine on. (“,)

animal folk around Chaya Restaurant 2013

Animal folk at Chaya, birds that have Elizabethan collars of feathers, and lots of little koi in the pond, make a good pastime while waiting for the food.

Since my first post about this great Japanese restaurant in Baguio was a pretty lengthy one, I’m going to leave the coverage of our return visit as a photo blog.   To start things off, the Chaya menu. =D

Chaya Restaurant menu

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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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