Aside from being the summer capital of the Philippines, Baguio City also offers a lot of choices of restaurants to satisfy one’s gastronomic cravings while in the city of pines. So, if your are googling where to eat in Baguio, ZOLA resto/Cafe is one of the most frequently visited restaurant in the city.
ZOLA which means Zest of Life’s Abundance Resto / Cafe is situated right at the heart of Baguio City along the most popular Session Road.
What I like about this restaurant aside from its strategic location and the food is the ambiance . It’s spacious and the fixtures are really nice. One can have a great time enjoying the food while listening to their in-house music.
During the food tour, we sample some of their latest offerings which will be launched this November. I am pretty sure you will enjoy the food just like us. They are all sumptuous! Here’s the food that we tasted during our visit at Zola Resto / Cafe.
Filipino Breakfast : If you are craving for a pinoy food while in Baguio, ZOLA offers a Filipino breakfast which consists of egg, garlic rice, daing na bangus (fried milkfish) and pork tocino and tapa.
Taal Rice : FIlipino’s favorite sinangag (fried rice) with a twist.
American Breakfast : If you had enough of the Filipino food, try Zola’s American breakfast which consists of pancakes, egg and slices of bacon.
Blueberry French Toast : Not your ordinary french toast as it is topped with blueberry jam and pair with slices of bacon.
Blueberry French Toast
Buttered Pork Chop : A very simple Filipino favorite dish.
Buttered Pork Chop
Mango Tango : Layers of cream cheese topped with fresh mango and chocolate.
Chunky Chili Chicken : A great food for those who love spicy dishes like myself. It’s made up of boneless chicken spiced up with chili sauce.
Chunky Chili Chicken
Buffalo Chicken Pizza : This pizza is perfect for a barakada treat. It is topped with chicken slices and lots of cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Cream Dory with Ratatouille : One of my favorite as it has a French twist with the Ratatouille toppings.
Cream Dory with Ratatouille
Oreo Cookies and Cream: One of my comfort food and it did not disappoint me. The sweetness is just right.
Oreo Cookies and Cream
Chef’s Special Sandwich : This one is an ultimate sandwich. I love the bacon and the chicken in the sandwich and the potato wedges on the side.
Chef’s Special Sandwich
Baby Pork Back Ribs : Not the best baby back ribs I have tasted but it’s still worth a try.
Baby Back ribs
ZOLA Resto / Cafe Patria de Baguio Bldg Session Rd, Baguio City, Philippines Phone Number: +63 (74) 446-5610 Email Address: email@example.com Facebook Page: ZOLA Resto / Cafe
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