Panagbenga Festival activities aside, Baguio City is also known for its great food--and we're not just talking about strawberries! Take your friends on a food trip and go restaurant hopping in Baguio. Check out these recommendations from TravelBook.ph.
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1. ’50s Diner
Taking your entire barkada with you on your trip? Check out 50's Diner, a restaurant with retro decor, for large servings that will definitely give you more bang for your buck.
Must-Try: Burger steak with veggies and rice or fries
2. Café by the Ruins
Be surrounded by art when you eat at Cafe by the Ruins. They specialize in dishes created with Baguio produce as well, so you'll be sure to experience the authentic taste of Baguio.
Must-Try: Sinigang with brown rice and tapa, strawberry shortcake
3. Iggy’s Inn and Restaurant
Feel at home at Iggy's Inn and Restaurant along South Drive. They offer sumptuous Filipino cuisine to all diners.
Must-Try: Juan Dela Cruz salad
4. Chef’s Home
Get a great view of the outdoors at Chef's Home, where they have ceiling-length windows. They serve different Asian dishes that will surely whet your appetite.
Must-Try: Roti with coffee sauce and banana bits
5. Café Sabel
It's all about the pasta when you visit Café Sabel. It's located in an area surrounded by greenery (and a cute duck pond!), so you can relax and enjoy nature while you eat your favorite pasta dish.
Must-Try: Spicy tuyo pasta, volcano ice cream
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