Update June 24, 2016: LE MONET: Your Home in Camp John Hay, Baguio! (Revisited) When we ask foodies for a recommendation on where to eat and stay in Baguio, LE MONET is often recommended not only for its boutique hotel’s affordable luxury features but also for the Breakfast Buffet created by Chef Robby Goco for … Continue reading LE MONET Boutique Hotel and Breakfast Buffet – The Best in Baguio?!
CHOCOLATE de Batirol is a Filipino Cafe specializing in hot, thick, bittersweet tsokolate drink made from local cacao beans. This is a popular merienda hangout when you are in Camp John Hay, Baguio City. Awesome Baguio Series Part 2: THE CHEF’S HOME in Baguio – A Must Eat! OH MY GULAY @ Vocas Artspace, Session Road, … Continue reading BAGUIO is not Complete Without CHOCO-LATE de BATIROL?
LE CHEF AT THE MANOR by Chef Billy King is regarded as the BEST fine-dining restaurant in Baguio. People would go up to Baguio just to taste Chef Billy King’s food with the classic Baguio log cabin ambiance. It’s lovely to dine here during the Yuletide season with the cold Baguio breeze caressing customers while Christmas … Continue reading LE CHEF AT THE MANOR @ Camp John Hay, Baguio
Our Awesome Planet in partnership with Caltex Philippines presents Awesome Journeys Infographics: (Download: Your Awesome Journey to Baguio Food Trip PDF File for Printing ) Awesome Journey Infographics Series: PAGUDPUD: Your Awesome Journey to Pagudpud (Infographic) BICOL: Awesome Journey to Bicolandia (Infographic) PAMPANGA: Your Awesome Journey to Pampanga Food Trip (Infographic) TAGAYTAY: Your Awesome Journey to Tagaytay Food … Continue reading BAGUIO: Your Awesome Journey to Baguio Food Trip (Infographic)
Sometimes we miss hanging out at the Mongolian Buffet that was popular years ago along Milelong in Makati when we were growing up. No resto came close to it ever since, not unless you drive up to Baguio and eat in O’ MAI KHAN… Awesome Baguio Series Part 2: THE CHEF’S HOME in Baguio OH MY … Continue reading O’ MAI KHAN Mongolian Barbecue & Hot Pot
If you ask anyone from Baguio, Forest House is always included in the list of must eat places. I must admit, it is our first time in Forest House in Baguio. Now I understand why people rave about this place and why their attempt to expand to Manila did not prosper. I’m sure there are still … Continue reading FOREST HOUSE Bistro Cafe (A First Timer’s Guide)
One of the most- blogged- about restaurants in Baguio is OH MY GULAY. I now understand why foodies are raving about this place not only because it serves healthy vegetarian food but because of the Victor Oteyza Community Art Space (VOCAS) ambiance. Let me tour you around the art cafe… Awesome Baguio Series Part 2: … Continue reading OH MY GULAY @ Victor Oteyza Community Art Space (VOCAS), Baguio
June 2, 2016 Update: CHEF’S HOME: The Chef is Back Home in Baguio! (Revisited 2016) I first heard about Chef’s Home as a hole-in-the-wall carinderia along Outlook Drive but we missed it on our first trip to Baguio. Foodies’ in Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines, can’t stop raving about this Malaysian chef who … Continue reading THE CHEF’S HOME in Baguio – A Must Eat!
Who do you think should win this year’s Manila’s Best Kept Restaurant Secrets Awards? Here are the MBKRS Awards 2012 Nominees (I highlighted my votes): Note: MBKRS Awards 2010 award winners are not eligible to compete this year. They are, however, eligible to win the Best Restaurant award, and to participate in future competitions (every two years). Read: … Continue reading MBKRS Awards 2012: And the Best Restaurants in Manila are…
Tanjung Puting National Park is home to the largest wild population of Orangutans. Orangutan is a combination of two words: Orang (person) + Utan (forest) which means Old Man of the Forest. Exploring the national park is usually an overnight experience onboard a klotok. After the first day, I thought if you’ve seen one Orangutan, … Continue reading ORANG UTANS: Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas’ Work @ Camp Leakey, Borneo (Day 2) #Travel2Indonesia