9 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4
Tips from locals
It is out of town on Ambuklao Road overlooking Mines view etc. I love their salad and other dishes. It is nice an peaceful to enjoy a lovely meal. Look at their small museum downstairs. Also ask to go and look at the other house with the exotic exhibit.
good food, nice ambiance, affordable and there are books to read. perfect and quiet place to hang out.
Arca's yard has an amazing view and sumptuous food to match. Better get there on weekdays because the place is always packed with people on weekends. What I love about Baguio is how people are deep into their own art, Arca's Yard has a museum, and even the restaurant itself is boasting with…
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