10 of the Best Breakfast Spots in Baguio

Remember to bring along an enormous appetite!

Secret Garden (Photo by @genygennn)

Secret Garden (Photo by @genygennn)

Aside from its cool weather, picturesque scenery, and much sought-after strawberries, Baguio is also a treasure trove of food finds. And after all, there’s no better way to recover from a long drive than with a hearty meal. Check out these culinary hotspots:

 

Secret Garden (Photo: @genygennn)
Secret Garden (Photo: @genygennn)

Secret Garden

This laid-back Italian joint specializes in thin-crust, brick oven pizzas, hearty pastas, and traditional Filipino rice meals. Its garden ambience is a huge plus.

#34 Paterno St, South Dr, Baguio City; +63 915 935 9865; ph.phonebooky.com/secret-garden-baguio-city

Cafe Sabel (Photo: @itsbeaocampo)
Cafe Sabel (Photo: @itsbeaocampo)

Cafe Sabel

This cafe serves up wholesome dishes with ingredients sourced daily from BenCab’s organic farm. Try the cafe’s signature coffee blend, BenCab’s Brew, which is also made from homegrown beans.

BenCab Museum, Baguio City; +63 74 442 7165; ph.phonebooky.com/cafe-sabel-baguio-city

The Solibao Restaurant (Photo: @flick_ofthe_fork)
The Solibao Restaurant (Photo: @flick_ofthe_fork)

The Solibao Restaurant

The restaurant’s menu is extensive, running the gamut from traditional Filipino fare to all-day breakfasts, steaks, noodles and more. Try the pancit palabok (noodles in shrimp sauce), kare-kare (meat stew with peanut sauce) and puto bumbong (steamed glutinous rice).

South Football Grounds, Burnham Park, Baguio City; +63 74 442 6797; ph.phonebooky.com/solibao-restaurant-baguio-city

Cafe in the Sky (Photo: @marta_travels)
Cafe in the Sky (Photo: @marta_travels)

Cafe in the Sky

You’ll be practically dining in a sea of clouds at this cafe and viewing deck, which is located in the mountains of Sto. Tomas. Reservations are highly recommended.

Mt. Sto. Tomas, Pob. Kabuyao, Baguio City; +63 926 663 7592; ph.phonebooky.com/cafe-in-the-sky-baguio-city

Arca's Yard (Photo: @melissadenishka)
Arca’s Yard (Photo: @melissadenishka)

Arca’s Yard

Culture, food and art meet in this cozy mini-museum and library cafe. Sit back, relax and tuck into delicious cakes with distinctly Filipino flavors, such as camote pie, before washing it all down with a pot of coffee and tea.

777 Tiptop, Ambuklao Rd, Baguio City; +63 929 325 1868; ph.phonebooky.com/arca-s-yard-baguio-city

Ozark Diner (Photo: @iamangeluuuh)
Ozark Diner (Photo: @iamangeluuuh)

Ozark Diner

This quaint restaurant serves up traditional Southern American soul food, with enormous portions to boot. Favorites include the BBQ plate, Hickory Smoked Chicken, Dark Beer Cheesecake, and Choco Silk Pie.

2 Bear’s Trail corner Bareng Dr, Baguio City; +63 939 881 8125; ph.phonebooky.com/ozark-diner-baguio-city

Patch Cafe (Photo: @noella.ampr)
Patch Cafe (Photo: @noella.ampr)

Patch Cafe

Head to this homely spot for a variety of all-day breakfast dishes, pastries and coffee.

G/F Bloomfield Hotel, 3 Leonard Wood Rd, Baguio City; +63 74 446 9112; ph.phonebooky.com/patch-cafe-baguio-city

Everything Nice (Photo: @garyraffles)
Everything Nice (Photo: @garyraffles)

Everything Nice

This resto dishes out comfort food of all kinds: from waffles and longganisa for breakfast, to barbecued spare ribs for dinner. It also boasts a gorgeous view of the city’s iconic pine trees through its enormous glass windows.

Ayala Technohub, Camp John Hay, Baguio City; +63 923 746 7399; ph.phonebooky.com/everything-nice-cake-shop-and-cafe-baguio-city

Tsokolateria Artisanal Cafe (Photo: @rosemanzano)
Tsokolateria Artisanal Cafe (Photo: @rosemanzano)

Tsokolateria Artisanal Cafe

Here, you’ll find many different iterations of a Baguio specialty: chocolate. The al fresco cafe is located atop the Igorot Stairs, so you’ll definitely want to warm up with some tsokolate batirol (hot chocolate stirred with a wooden whisk).

Igorot Stairs, Upper Session Rd, Baguio City; +63 74 442 6049; ph.phonebooky.com/tsokolateria-baguio-city

Choco-Late de Batirol (Photo: @carmelanery)
Choco-Late de Batirol (Photo: @carmelanery)

Choco-Late de Batirol

Another specialty cafe that’s said to serve up the best hot chocolate in the Philippines. Try the orange-flavoured tsokolate batirol, which is a huge fave among customers.

Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City; +63 916 375 6510; ph.phonebooky.com/choco-late-de-batirol-baguio-city

This article was originally published on Booky Manila (ph.phonebooky.com).

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