Wishlisted by Bonchi Almendarez
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Otek St, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
a year ago
We all know that in Baguio, we all walk a lot, and it can be super tiring. Because of that, we need a good amount of calorie intake because I’m sure we all burnt so much calories along the way! If you are looking for a restaurant in Baguio that serves good food, huge servings, and priced reasonably, then this is the restaurant for you! 3 of us ordered all of these, and we weren’t able to finish everything! The buttered chicken plus yang chow is the bomb! Check them out! 💋
3 years ago
When one speaks of Baguio, Good Taste is always in the picture. Serving you Chinese and Filipino food is what they do best. The place is always packed, but it takes a little patience to get a table because their branch along Otek St. has two floors!
2 months ago
My parents always mention this restaurant to me about it's popularity during 80's. They are still satisfied with the dishes especially the bbq chicken. The sauce is very rich and I like it now too! Also, we tried sisig and lumpia as well. The sisig catches my attention and it is the best sisig I've ever tasted! Very crunchy and tasty!
2 months ago
FISHCAKE ✅ 1/Tab per order ✅ Php: 150 Asian-style fishcakes usually contain fish with salt, water, flour and egg. Culinary dish consisting of filleted fish or other seafood minced or ground, mixed with a starchy ingredient, and fried until golden. Since the food trucks usually served eomuk with a hot broth, eomuk became one of the most popular fast food in winter season. Even in contemporary Korea, eomuk food truck can be easily spotted on major downtown streets. We are now open for orders! 💯 Reserve yours now 📩 No Cancellation & Bogus Buyer ❌ Delivery 🛵: via Lalamove / Grab Message us for orders. ❤️ https://www.facebook.com/MysticPopUpKitchen
2 months ago
Just like them… Idols 💜 JJAJANGMYEON (BLACK BEAN NOODLES) Php: 180/Tab Jajangmyeon (자장면) or jjajangmyeon (짜장면) is a Chinese-style Korean noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of chunjang, diced pork, and vegetables. Variants of the dish use seafood, or other meats. Jajang 자장 alternatively spelled jjajang 짜장 which means "fried sauce". Myeon 면 means "noodles". We are now open for orders! 💯 Reserve yours now 📩 No Cancellation & Bogus Buyer ❌ Delivery 🛵: via Lalamove / Grab Food Message us for orders. ❤️
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