Friday, September 23, 2011

Le Chef at The Manor Baguio

Weeks before our Baguio trip, I was already craving for fresh strawberries and walnut bread from Camp John Hay. When in vacation, it had been an agreement that we can wake up anytime we want, even if its past breakfast, so we hardly pay for it in advance upon booking. This time though, I made sure that everything was settled beforehand.

Buffet breakfast is Php550 per person. By far the breakfast buffet I've ever had.

Fresh strawberries are not in season, a kilo at the market cost Php300 (some even more) so I just settled for the strawberry yogurt and strawberry jam for the walnut bread.

Plain Yogurt, Strawberry Yogurt and Muesli


Salad and Cold Cuts

Filipino breakfast favorites like Garlic Rice with Vigan Longganisa, Sauteed Vegetables, Daing na Bangus, Corned Beef, Crispy Bacon a lot more. Pancakes and eggs are on per order basis cooked by the chef standing on the right.

Chicken Adobo

Freshly Baked Breads and Danish Pastries

Fruits for Dessert

Whats on our table (or what was left to take photos of)

Bittersweet Hot Chocolate -- Just the way I like it!

Any Filipino breakfast would not be complete if there's no salted egg on the menu.

Dagupan's tastiest Bangus is still the best!

Lightly toasted Walnut Bread with Butter and Strawberry Jam

Too bad it was out of stock so no take home for me

Who wouldn't want to have breakfast with this view?


Le Chef at The Manor
Camp John Hay, Loakan Road
Baguio City, Philippines
Tel.: (6374) 424-0931 to 43

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