Are you looking for a place that brings back the memory of good old times? Fortunately, Reminisque Bistro offers this sought-after classic experience with a personalized touch. Upon entering the bistro, customers are welcomed by a nostalgic display of an old gramophone, a hauntingly-beautiful damaged violin, and other antiquated items.
During our 4D3N Cebu-Bohol trip, we stayed at Crown Regency Hotel and Towers. We used a Metrodeal voucher that included a lot of perks; one of them was a daily breakfast buffet at GLO Café and Restaurant. We weren’t expecting much because our concept of a free breakfast was two pieces of toast and some fruit due to past experiences in other hotels.
Ozark Diner offers dishes inspired by food from the American South. It may be a long and winding drive from the city proper, but the food is definitely worth it. Ozark Diner’s main dishes come with either one or two free side dishes of your choice, and the Ozark Iced Tea is divine. I think I may go there just for the iced tea.
For many Baguio City locals, the word “sage” has become closely associated with a cozy restaurant along Military Cut-Off Road. Their pretty, bright green logo cannot be missed. The establishment’s walls are painted in the colors of its namesake. The lantern-style incandescent lights on the walls create an ambiance suitable for families, couples, and friends.
I’ve passed through Pearl Meat Shop and Restaurant, a Korean restaurant, many times before and I’ve wondered about it. This authentic Korean restaurant is along Cariño Street, across from Paladin Hotel, in Baguio City, with no fancy signboards or whatever, and it always seems packed with people enjoying their food.
Chaya has a very good reputation that they definitely live up to. We went at night, on a Wednesday, and the place was almost full. We ordered their Temaki Sushi comprised of three different kinds of raw fish, crab sticks, egg, and some veggies — all of which you could mix and match to create your own sushi.