placesandfoods

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Before our Baguio trip last Christmas week, I searched for the must visit/eat restaurants in Baguio on several blogs. Found out that Cafe by the Ruins is one of them. Anagon even said that “Hindi kumpleto ang Baguio trip mo ng hindi ka kumakain dito” so I included it on our itinerary agad-agad!

I’ve been to Baguio for 4 times now and this is my first time to try Cafe by the Ruins! We went there for a late lunch but they say it would be perfect if you’ll go to the restaurant for breakfast!

I ordered Baguio Bagnet and Strawberry Milkshake while Mark ordered, Cafe by the Ruins Coffee and their Pasta with Grilled Chicken. The food was goooooooood! The price isn’t that affordable but definitely the food is worth your money!

Budget (for lunch) - 350php - 450php per person. 

Cafe by the Ruins is located in #23 Chuntug St. Baguio City, Benguet. It is located in Session Road. Few minutes walk from the Burnham Park. Don’t forget to leave the beautiful Baguio without eating at this restaurant!:) 

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Some of you may be familiar with these photos but for some who doesn’t know what and where is this…. It’s the famous Bencab Museum in Baguio City!

Bencab is one of the awesome museums I’ve been to! It is a four-level building that showcases different art collection of our national artist, Ben Cabrera.

This is my most favorite thing happened to our Baguio trip last Christmas! Seeing beautiful galleries such as Cordillera, Erotica, Indigo, Philippine Contemporary Arts and etc!

Each level has a terrace where you can see an awesome view (see 2nd to the last photo) of the Bencab’s garden. :)

Bencab is open everyday except Mondays from 9:00AM-6:00PM. Entrance fee is 100php per person and is located in the Asin Road, Tuba, Benguet, Philippines.

There’s also the Cafe Sabel where you can have your lunch while seeing the beautiful garden of Bencab.