Old Baguio Cafe has once again won our hearts! To be honest though, they never lost it. There is just so much to love about Old Baguio Cafe, that’s why we are here again, filling and satisfying ourselves with comfort food that only Old Baguio Cafe can engulf us in.
Since Old Baguio Cafe has both savories and sweets up for grabs, of course, we decided to dig into a few of their hearty and homey dishes first. We started with something that is close to our hearts and that is their Igado. This one is a classic favorite as we used to have this with our family in the province.
Another dish that had us feeling nostalgic of the good old days is Old Baguio Cafe’s Bagnet sa Gata. We just cannot deny the hook of a luscious coconut cream that has on us!
As we wanted more of that tender and crispy bagnet goodness, we did not think twice about reaching for more dishes featuring it. Their Binagoongan Bagnet as well as Kare-Kare Bagnet really hit the spot for us! These two dishes almost gave us food coma right away, but then again, we knew we had more to indulge in, so our food coma can wait.
After having these savory Filipino viands, we then went for a dish that is like an embrace. Old Baguio Cafe’s Cordilleran Bulalo is amazing for friends and family. The techniques used in making this dish really amplified and enhanced the flavors and texture of the meat which added to its overall charm and deliciousness.
From savories, next on our agenda is their selection of sweets. What we called dibs on are two of their crowd favorite cakes! Their Ube Cake and Mini Bibingka Cake indeed tied everything nicely. We loved how these two cakes gave us just the right amount of sweetness and delectableness.
Of course, we paired our savories and sweets with comforting drinks that make us feel warm inside as well. These drinks are Old Baguio Cafe’s Tsokolateh Batirol and Coffee.
Obviously, we had such a great time with Old Baguio Cafe once again! Believe it or not, they have so many good things up their sleeve, especially because they will be expanding their coffee menu soon too; and they are thinking of using beans from Sagada and Atok, Benguet for that.
Experience Old Baguio Cafe by dining with them. They also have a Pasalubong Area wherein you could grab some snacks that are certainly munch-worthy alongside other local products. Know more by visiting their Facebook and Instagram.