Baguio restaurants

Top Choice Fusion in Baguio

Cafe by the Ruins Dua

The clean white, vaguely colonial decor makes one of North Luzon's best meals taste even swankier. Local specialities such as carabao (water buffalo) cheese, etag (smoked pork), mountain rice and jackfruit are woven…
Japanese in Baguio


Baguio's best Japanese restaurant feels like a cosy living room, with its handful of tables close together between wood-panelled walls decorated with tapestries, plants and colourful bottles. There's also a casual o…
Filipino in Baguio


The casual Session Rd branch of a venerable Baguio institution provides a belt-loosening course in Filipino classics. Choose from beef kare-kare (meat cooked in peanut sauce), crispy dinguan (pork fried with chilli …
Fusion in Baguio

Hill Station

The menu at this refined restaurant reads like a fantasy tour of the world: mutton Berbere (lamb stew), Australian tenderloin steak, and smoked paprika roasted salmon. Some dishes work better than others; custom coc…
Vegetarian in Baguio

Oh My Gulay!

Step into an enchanted, multi-level garden, with wooden carvings, plants, bridges, water features and little nooks to hide in. The delicious vegetarian menu tempts with veggie burgers, open-faced sandwiches, salads,…
Malaysian in Baguio

Chef's Home

Get to this homey, simple and very popular place early for a table. If you've been pining for mainland Southeast Asian flavours, you'll love the tom yum seafood soup, crispy green papaya salad, squid curry and yummy…
Chinese in Baguio

Rose Bowl

A local institution for decades, the Rose Bowl serves the best Chinese food in town. Its extensive menu runs the gamut from chop suey to expensive delicacies featuring abalone and lobster. Bring friends, as portions…
Fusion in Baguio

Cafe by the Ruins

Baguio’s most beloved restaurant burned down in 2017; the plan is to rebuild in a new location, but in the meantime Cafe by the Ruins Dua, a short taxi ride southeast of the city centre, is open for business.
International in Baguio

Volante Pizza

Catering to night owls, revellers with postdrinking munchies and a loyal lunchtime crowd, this informal spot serves surprisingly good pizza, fried chicken and heaped po'boy sandwiches.