Top Choice Fusion in Baguio

Cafe by the Ruins

The thatched-wood interior of Baguio’s most beloved restaurant is awash in foliage and sculpted wood. Its wide-reaching menu is equally appealing, from the homemade 'breads and spreads (pâtés)' to organic salads, im…
Top Choice Fusion in Sagada

Yoghurt House

We don't usually rave or fawn, but we can say with absolute certainty that this lovely eatery's tangy yoghurt sauce is the best thing ever to happen to (locally grown, succulent) vegetables. Take your banana pancake…
Top Choice International in Sagada

Log Cabin

One of Sagada’s many wonderful surprises is this aptly named eatery that feels like a cosy ski lodge, with a roaring log fire and a fleece-clad foreign crowd. Treat yourself to the likes of roast meats with local ve…
Vegetarian in Baguio

Bliss Cafe

There are Buddhas on the tables, Chinese art on the walls, modern decor in the niches and a general sense of delicious funkiness at this earthy lacto-vegetarian restaurant at Hotel Elizabeth. Owner-chef Shanti home-…
International in Baguio

Volante Pizza

Catering to night owls, revelers with post-drinking munchies and a loyal lunchtime crowd, this informal spot serves surprisingly good pizza, fried chicken and heaped po'boy sandwiches.
Vegetarian in Baguio

Oh My Gulay!

Step into an enchanted, multilevel garden, with wooden carvings, plants, bridges, water features and little nooks to hide in. The vego menu tempts with tofu lumpia (small spring rolls) salad, pastas, filled crepes a…
Filipino in Kabayan

Rockwood Cafe

Tastefully done up with pinewood and stone, this cafe (only open during peak season) serves organically grown coffee and vegetables and sells locally produced souvenirs such as lemongrass oil, tea and shoulder bags …
Cafe in Sagada

Bana’s Cafe

Oriented toward trekkers, Bana's specialises in coffee, omelettes and delicious homemade yoghurt. Its narrow balcony overlooks a gorge and catches the morning sun.
Filipino in Bontoc

Cable Cafe

This dimly lit bar serves large portions of lechon kawali, chicken wings and other local faves, alongside nightly live music – OK, it’s mostly ‘80s pop and Pinoy love songs – and beer.
in Banaue

Friends Country Music Bar

This is along the ridge road north of Banaue Hotel. This favourite locals’ hang-out features live acoustic music lubricated with plenty of Red Horse extra strong ale.