Pastel de Lengua @ Café by the Ruins

After visiting Tam-awan Village, I immediately headed to the city proper to meet a friend who was also in Baguio for a business trip. I sent her an SMS; San tayo Meet? then she replied “Sa Cafe by the Ruins na lang”.

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Pastel de Lengua P275.00

Im not a big fan of this restaurant since the majority of their menu is a bit expensive but this is something that is not availabe in Manila so I better enjoy it right? (more…)

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Mile Hi Original Diner : Early Breakfast in Camp John Hay

Food Blogging is the main reason why I’m gaining weight.. Since I don’t regularly exercise, Calories are converted to Fat easily thus I’m tranforming to slightly obese (I’m still on a denial stage haha) from a chubby guy.

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Daing na Bangus Breakfast set

While walking around Camp John Hay braving the cold and windy morning, I saw a few open restaurants, one of them is Mile Hi Original Diner. I’m not sure if they have a branch in Tagaytay but I recall seeing one before. (more…)

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Benguet Blend Coffee @ Tam-awan Village Cafe

Tam-awan Village in Baguio City is not only popular as a cultural hub for the Cordillera people, This place also offers good food and… Flavorful Coffee! Unlike Barako which is also a popular Philippine coffee with a pungent and nutty flavor, Benguet blend has a sweeter aroma and is full-bodied Arabica.

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Fresh Tam-Awan Salad

Aside from their famous Benguet Blend Coffee, I also ordered Tam-awan Salad P90.00 – a delightful mix of fresh vegetables like Parsley, Carrots, Cucumber, Tomato, Lettuce, Green Bell Pepper, Apple and Basil with Honey Mustard Dressing. (more…)

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