We ate in Mario's, Le Chef at The Manor, Solibao's, Hill Station. We went to Cafe by the Ruins (highly recommended by friends) but it was under renovation.
For me, the best experience was at Hill Station. To be honest, I don't remember the food that much but the place has left a lasting impression with me. It was dreamy and cozy. And I just loved the feeling of being there.
The place is so pretty
Every angle in the restaurant is picturesque
Me and my yellow rainboots
EJ eating his fresh mushroom soup
Hubby's order - Moroccan Spiced Baby Back Ribs
My order, I forgot what it was called
EJ's - Charbroiled Cheese Burger
Hill Station is below the Casa Vallejo Hotel and it is connected to a kid's bookshop called Mt. Cloud. EJ had a great time browsing through books before he settled on buying one.
For a budget-conscious like me, the food price at Hill Station was a little on the expensive side (main dish around P400). But anytime I find myself in Baguio again, I'd be sure to visit this place.
Upper Session Road
Baguio City, 2600
(+63-74) 423 9100