Monday, June 27, 2016

Chocolate de Batirol

Chocolate de Batirol in Baguio City blends with the gorgeous natural setting. Located inside Camp John Hay, the quaint restaurant is best visited with a private vehicle, as I'm not sure how far you'd walk to reach the jeep terminal. This lovely setting will certainly sooth your aura and relax your being. Surrounded with plants and flowers, the low hut seems like a makeshift lounge, but a closer look proves that its supported by large, strong trunks and well-made bamboo wall dividers.
From the road, it may be easy to miss Chocolate de Batirol, but watch out for directions and road signs.
Entry from road
Wooden seats and converted tree tables are used all over the place
Local delicacies for sale
Although the floor is earth covered with gravel, the place is clean and well-kept
They do accept catering and buffet spread for events and occasions.
More seating areas outside, with their own canopies.
Inside, the sprouting plants mesh well with everything.
Chocolate de Batirol Menu
Chocolate de Batirol Menu
Batirol Merienda Set: 4 Traditional Tsokolate, 1 Bibingka, 1 Suman: Php500
Cups of their specialty, Chocolate de Batirol

  • The price was partly for the ambiance, but it's well worth it. The tribal-uber ecological setting was a total getaway from city smog. Chocolate de Batirol is also fast becoming part of may tourists' places to visit in Baguio.
  • Parking is free, there's a flat parking area next to the restaurant.
  • I can't imagine how it'd be when it rains, but I guess they manage well.
  • Verdict: Must visit!
Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio
Tel: +63 916 375 6510 / (074) 446-7006

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