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A Blooming Love for Mei Hwa Foods Chinese Restaurant and Deli

Naks, melodramatic title =b

Mei Hwa Chinese Restaurant and Deli Baguio shaollin kid figurines on the dining tables

The Shaolin kid figurines keeping us company at the dining table.

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Student Fare: Marosan’s Restaurant, ‘Greenhouse’, Reg’s Binalot and Macsbox

When you need to eat and you need food fast, delicious and easy on the (student) budget, you have four main choices. There’s Marosan’s/RJ/Lenroc, the ‘Greenhouse’, Reg’s Binalot and Macsbox.

Marosan’s Restaurant

Marosan’s a.k.a. Lenroc a.k.a. RJ has been in business for the longest time. When I was in college that’s where my friends and I used to go. (No pictures of course, I wasn’t a foodie yet and also, compact and affordably priced digicams were nonexistent then.) You can go to the Marosan’s establishment a little ways from the SLU main gate or you can go to the one along Bonifacio Street which is closer from the Otto Hahn gate.

Baguio Marosan's Beef Tomato

Beef Tomato *nomnomnom

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Achieve Inner Peace through Lotus House Chinese Food (Ohhhmmmm)

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.

Ivy Grill and Restaurant/Cafe Palmera

Ivy Grill and Restaurant/Cafe Palmera

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