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#BFT2014 | Where to Eat in Baguio: Le Chef Restaurant at the Manor

Best known as one of the top dining options in Baguio City, Le Chef Restaurant at the Manor is a fantastic place to dine while visiting the country’s Summer Capital. Set within Camp John Hay, the restaurant features a log cabin atmosphere but serves a wide range of gourmet dishes to ignite your palate.

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Open throughout the day, diners get to enjoy an eclectic mix of mouthwatering cuisines, with local and international favorites offered. Filipino favorites like Bangus Belly with Spicy Laing, Chicken Inasal, Beef Steak Tagalog, Bihon or Canton Guisado, and a wide range of Sinigang dishes are served at Le Chef Restaurant.

There are also burgers and green salads.

The restaurant is also known for its prime steaks. Top choices are Steak and Prawn, Peppered U.S. Tenderloin, and Aged U.S. Prime Rib-Eye. Diners should also try their delicious Pan-fried Chilean Sea Bass, Baked Baby Lamb Rack Herb de Provence, and Chicken Cordon Bleu. Those who wish to sample delightful Asian specialties should try the Malaysian Goat Curry, Char-grilled Baby Back Ribs, or Peppered Bangus Belly.

When dining at Le Chef Restaurant at the Manor, it could really be a difficult task to choose what to eat – there simply are too many mouthwatering gourmet dishes offered on the menu to settle for just one. But if you are really looking forward to eating something not readily available in other restaurants, you could always pick their lamb dishes: there’s Lamb Shank Pinot Noir and Marinated Lamb Cutlet.

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The Manor in Camp John Hay

On the day 1 of Baguio Food Tour 2014 we had our buffet breakfast at Le Chef. Good food, superb service, and relaxing ambiance, dining at Le Chef Restaurant at the Manor is truly a wonderful experience.

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#BF2014 Participants enjoying the food and conversation in the cozy Le Chef 

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Belgian Waffle plus assorted fruits and pastries

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Itlog na Maalat with fresh tomatoes

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Longganisang Baguio

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Cold cuts

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Tuna Flakes

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Spicy Seafoods

Le Chef at The Manor buffet breakfast is open from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM for only P550.00 per person. 



Le Chef at The Manor
Address: Loakan Road, Camp John Hay, Baguio City Philippines 2600
Operating Hours: Open daily from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Telephone: (+6374) 424-0931 local 1058
Email: partypro@lechef.com.ph
Facebook: Le Chef at the Manor


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#BFT2014 | Happened on March 02-03, this 2day event aims to showcase and treat your eyes with some of the best culinary treats in Baguio City. This is our way to welcome summer 2014 in the country's Summer Capital - Baguio City. This 2- day Food Tour in the City of Pines was made possible by Victory Liner and Azalea Residences together with Le Chef at the ManorRancho Norte and Happy Tummy in Ketchup Food Community, Alfoncito’sTradisyon: Pinoy Comfort FoodSage, and Rasa Pura. Special thanks to Bencab Museum at Tuba, Benguet.
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11 comments:

  1. Ahhhh looking at these yummy food makes me hungry!!!!

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  2. Now I'm craving for good 'ol itlog maalat and the pastries...heavenly!

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  3. Those breads and desserts look sooo yummy! I am missing Baguio. I used to go there like every year before coming here. Whew! Though I can't remember the resto, maybe I've tried it once, is it the one near outlet stores too?

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  4. ahhhh, of all the foods there, the itlog na ma-alat with kamatis makes me wanna eat again, haha, despite i am so full since i just had my dinner, yummy!!!!

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  5. All the food looks delish. Can I have some of those bread please for my coffee? Baguio is one of my bucket list that I hope someday I crush my list :-)

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  6. By looking at all your photos makes me craving for food. Even though i just ate :)

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  7. how cool! Now I'm missing filipino goodies. I can't wait to go back home soon....:)

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  8. That Longganisang Baguio is something I like to try. And the other dishes, yummy talaga.

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  9. I've never been to this place, though we are considering to visit this ever we have the chance to go visit the phils again...also i would recommend this place to those whom i know who will explore baguio.

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  10. I'd certainly check this out when i finally get the chance to visit Baguio!

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