2nd Stop: Lihim ni Maria
Let us talk about the new player in town, Lihim ni Maria is taking the Baguio foodie experience a notch higher especially in the dessert arena.
Avocado Cheesecake Tapioca
Putobungbong Cheesecake (P69.00)
Maria’s secret? Probably her pure desire to use only fresh and natural ingredients in everything she creates. No extenders, Maria would chime in, and the taste says it all from her coco based ice cream to her numerous creative conquests that you wont taste nor see in anyone else’s restaurant.
Kesong Puti Sandwich
She is a true original, maybe that is also one of her secrets? Ube latte anyone? Lihim ni Maria serves it good at Ili-likha along Assumption road and her newly opened space at Samson Bldg. Upper session road.
Ube Latte (P95.00)
Sinigang Glaze Ribs
Chicken Parmigiana (P120.00)
Maria’s Chicken (P110.00)
Walnut Pesto with Tinapa (P149.00)
1st Stop: The Filtered Affair
You all know how much we love The Blind Filter Kitchen, stemming from the fact that their artisan coffee and frappe concoctions are very much different from the usual, What The Fog and Oh Ship among others are bestsellers and are very reasonably priced.
This gem along the new Bakakeng university belt of food hubs also boasts popular dishes created by chef Ro of Cafe De Angelo…then of course Kenneth Miclat, Bakakeng’s new coffee beau with his many flavored drinks.
#BFK by Cafe De Angelo is an affair made in heaven; filtered dripping coffee goodness and sumptuous rice bowls, burgers and the signature Cafe De Angelo appetizers are worth a ride from town to Bakakeng. Oh and you can rent their place too! Think of them for your next birthday bash!
Bulalove Flakes (P95.00)
Tinapa Pasta (P85.00)
Bacon Burger (P135.00)
The Blind Filter Kitchen Map