…to enjoy the city (minus a few hundred/thousand tourists. *hihi The Panagbenga Flower Festival 2013 has come to a close. Thank you all for coming and I hope you had a fantastic time in the City of Pines! (“,)).
Goodbye for now, Campita’s tikoy (the Philippines’ very own caramel chews from Lucban, Quezon \m/), Marcia’s bibingka and everything else that came to Baguio from the lowlands for Session Road in Bloom. Till next year!
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Planning on going on an eating binge (in celebration of 2012 going out and 2013 coming in…or just because)? A buffet is a good away to go. \m/ You get a huge spread for a good price and it all depends on how much real estate you can fill in your tummy. (“,)
Many have been asking me about how much buffet meals cost in the City of Pines. Here are some tables for buffet (buffet tables? *heehaha) offers from various restaurants and hotel/restaurants with their price, times and some additional details, my foodie friends.
Chinese restaurants abound in the city of Baguio (and in the Philippines). And why shouldn’t there be lots of them when Chinese food is so good? (“,) As promised, we’re doing a feature blog on the Lotus House restaurant at the old Hotel Supreme.
It’s right where the old Ivy’s Grill and Restaurant used to be and they’ve renovated the place so that it’s not as ominous looking as it was the first time I saw it. *shyeeew. Ivy Grill has been transferred across Lotus and it’s also known as Café Palmera.
Search for Good Baguio Food
X Marks the Spot for Good Baguio Foods is a personal blog. Everything posted in this blog is PERSONAL OPINION DERIVED FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE and since TASTE can be pretty SUBJECTIVE, should NOT be taken as THE NORM or the LAW OF DINING around in the City of Pines.
Its (prosaic =b) contents are meant to help with the question “san tayo?”/where do we go? in relation to eating out in Baguio, to ENCOURAGE EXPLORING (eatsploring) and TRYING NEW THINGS offered in the City of Pines.
By all means, eat where you want to eat and eat what you want to eat. May you have a great experience with all the places you visit and may all the restaurants you go to deserve a ton of treasure chests! (“,)
(Also, if you have any second thoughts about a certain place you arrive at, please DON'T LET THIS BLOG BE THE REASON YOU ARE FORCED into ending up anywhere. If the restaurant doesn’t have what you want, please FEEL FREE TO WALK AWAY.)
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