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Where to eat in Baguio City?

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I've been to Baguio quite a few times, and here I am trying to share about the excellent restaurants and yummy food I have tried.

Good Taste Cafe and Restaurant They serve great food served with the freshest available ingredients at affordable prices. I would recommend the Chopseuy, Beef Broccoli and Buttered Chicken.  +Jomar and I ordered those and we could not even finish one of the viands! Talk about takaw tingin.

O' Mai Khan This is my fave restaurant in Baguio EVER. No, I don't order the Mongolian buffet. Rather, I choose to explore their culinary expertise with the ala carte meals. My favourite right now is Kublai's Dream.


Food Trip in Maginhawa: Roberta Flavors of Asia, Cupcakes by Gremlins, and Cool Beans

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This blog post is the 3rd one highlighting three restaurants in Maginhawa Street.

Previously, I've been to Crazy Katsu, Fancy Crepes, and Fruili Trattoria along Maginhawa Street inside the U.P. Village, Quezon City, Philippines. Yesterday (since it was a holiday), Jomar and I had our holiday date. We decided to eat somewhere in Maginhawa.

Roberta Flavors of Asia (formerly called, Roberta Seafood Cantina) For lunch we went to Roberta, we ordered, Salt & Lemon Pepper Squid, Gising-Gising, Bagoong Rice, and Herbed Rice. Nothing was outstanding about what we ate. It was sad. The only consolation is the Herbed Rice which tasted fine.


Anniversary Celebration in Baguio

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+Jomar Tigcal and I celebrated our second anniversary last August 4, 2013, in Baguio City with our dearest friends from both +GBG Philippines and the  +GDG Philippines.

The morning started with another round of delicious breakfast from +Azalea Baguio. Since we already checked out our room, we decided to stay in the common area of the three-bedroom suite of Mama +Chelle Gray and Ms. +Aileen Apolo.