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Baguio City is a special place for many people because of its cool weather. It’s a place rich in culture and history that will always make you want to come back. And let’s not forget the food! Baguio is a treasure trove of tasty treats and great coffee. With Baguio’s unique layout, finding the best places to eat and enjoy a cup of coffee is like going on an exciting adventure, a fun feast for your senses. In this article, we’re sharing five new and exciting places to eat and sip coffee that you should definitely check out on your next trip to Baguio:

1. Joseph’s

The Haunted Mansion Turned Gourmet Haven Nestled in the historic Laperal White House, now a popular spooky attraction, is an elegant restaurant called Joseph’s. This gourmet destination serves a mouthwatering mix of continental and contemporary French dishes that will surely please the most discerning foodie.

Whether you’re out for a vintage-vibe date night or simply intrigued by the mansion’s eerie past, Joseph’s is a place that deserves a spot in your Baguio itinerary.

Address: 14 Leonard Wood Road, Brgy Cabinet Hill, Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City

2. Chimichanga by: Jaime’s Family Feast

A Burst of Tex-Mex Flavors Located near Burnham Park’s children’s playground, Chimichanga by Jaime’s Family Feast provides a delightful fusion of Tex-Mex cuisine and traditional Filipino dishes. The laid-back outdoor setting and wide dining area make it perfect for family gatherings and casual hangouts.

Address: M.H.del Pilar St. corner Kisad Road Baguio City

3. Cucinino

A Pasta Lover’s Delight Craving authentic Italian flavors? Look no further than Cucinino. This cozy cafe is a haven for pasta lovers and coffee enthusiasts alike.

Despite its budget-friendly prices, Cucinino does not compromise on taste, offering consistently delicious dishes that will have you coming back for more.

Address: Marian Palazz Hotel, GF, #38 Military Cut-off, Baguio City.

4. Seollem Shop & Seollem Bistro

A Slice of K-Drama in Baguio A visit to Seollem Shop is like stepping into a Korean drama set. The cafe is adorned with elements inspired by the hit series “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha”.

Best of all, Seollem Shop offers stunning views of Baguio City—truly a treat for both the eyes and the palate.

Address: 2F, Ecco Building, Military Cut Off, Baguio City

5. Dabang Coffee 다방 커피

Experience Korea in the Highlands Nestled in the quiet neighborhood of Quezon Hill, Dabang Coffee 다방 커피 offers a Korean-style cafe experience.

Photo by: Carina Sharlaine Gironella – Eustaquio via SaBaguio Facebook Group

This spacious venue features a self-service ramen area, a selection of merienda meals, and their standout offering—Korean fried chicken. Its diverse spaces cater to a variety of needs, making it a great spot for studying, working, or simply catching up with friends.

Address: #11, Escoda Street 1st road Quezon Hill, Baguio City

Baguio City is always full of surprises, especially when it comes to food. These five new spots show us that there’s always something new to try. Each place has something unique to offer, from fancy meals in an old, spooky house to chill-out spots inspired by Korean TV shows. So, when you’re in the City of Pines next time, don’t forget to check these places out. Because in Baguio, the fun isn’t just in the cool weather or the beautiful sights—it’s also in the yummy food you can enjoy!

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