WHERE TO EAT IN BAGUIO CITY: Le Chef at The Manor, Camp John Hay

Le Chef is an all-day dining restaurant at The Manor inside Camp John Hay. The restaurant, hailed as one of the best fine-dining restaurants in Baguio is known to offer appetizing Filipino and international cuisines and cocktails. We went to Le Chef for an afternoon snacks as part of Baguio Food Tour 2013. It's my first time at The Manor Hotel and I was really amazed with its plush and cozy look.

It has that classic Baguio log cabin ambiance. What I love most is it overlooks The Manor's lovely garden. The view from our table captures the very essence of Baguio City, the City of Pines! It lets you enjoy good food as well as the great view from the outside.

We were served with Manor Club Sandwich and Penne alla Bolognese. All of them are really delicious! I love the tasty clubhouse sandwich served with a handful of fresh-cut fries, a very filling meal. The pasta is also as good. The full-flavored bolognese sauce complements the al dente penne pasta.

Manor Club Sandwich

Penne alla Bolognese

Ice Tea

For dessert, we had Mud Pie Bars. It was really nice, not too sweet but very yummy! It has that creamy, chocolatey deliciousness you'll surely love.

Mud Pie Bars

You may also visit Le Chef Delicatessen which sells freshly baked breads, cakes and pastries. Their goodies are perfect for pasalubong.

Le Chef is open daily from 6:00AM to 11:00PM and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Le Chef at The Manor is truly a must-visit in Baguio City. The quality of their food, cozy ambiance and impeccable service are definitely commendable. Don't miss dining here when visiting Baguio City!

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
Website: www.campjohnhay.ph

How to get to Camp John Hay

The easiest way to get to Camp John Hay is to take a cab from downtown Baguio City. Taxi fare is around 60-70 pesos and travel time is about 20 minutes depending on where you're coming from.


From Manila, take a Victory Liner bus bound for Baguio City. Victory Liner has hourly trips to Baguio City. Terminals can be found in Pasay, Cubao or Sampaloc. Fare is around 450 pesos and travel time is 6 hours. Visit their website (www.victoryliner.com) or follow them on Twitter @VictoryLineInc for inquiries and updates. Thank you Victory Liner for sponsoring our trip to Baguio City.

This is part of Baguio Food Tour 2013 that happened on October 26-28, 2013. #BaguioFoodTour2013 is a gastronomic adventure in the Summer Capital of the Philippines participated by 10 bloggers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Beyond the usual tourist attractions, this event aims to promote Baguio City as a food destination in Northern Luzon. Read more from the links below:



Disclosure: Le Chef at The Manor is one of the partner-restaurants of #BaguioFoodTour2013. Thank you for hosting us in Baguio City.

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Pinay Travel Junkie said...

I don't think I've ever been inside the Manor even as a child. Haha. I was kinda expecting more out of this world dishes. Kamusta mains nila?

Pinoy Adventurista said...

sayang di namin na-try yung main dishes nila... merienda lang kami... hehehe! :)

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