Cafe by the Ruins
St Louis University Museum
The St Louis University Museum, in the basement of the campus library, is run by Ike Picpican, one of the country’s foremost authorities...
Established by the Spanish Jesuits in 1907, the Lourdes Grotto (we’d say it was more of a cave, but who’s splitting hairs) sits at the...
At this abandoned mine , you can don helmet and headlamp, board an underground train and pretend you’re a miner. To get there take an...
A mellow, sophisticated place that draws its fair share of tourists, expats and local students. Some of the bar’s speciality drinks...
O’ Mai Khan
The best of several Mongolian barbecues in town, with an all-you-can-eat buffet.
25 Chuntug St · interesting places nearby
Cafe by the Ruins information
Baguio’s most beloved restaurant is a relaxing refuge in the middle of the bustling city. The interior is awash in art, foliage and sculpted wood. It specialises in Cordillera-inspired Filipino dishes: try the eggplant omelette with carabao cottage cheese for breakfast, or the suman at tsocolate (hot chocolate and sticky-rice cake) for afternoon tea.