A Love for Baguio

If my best friend and I were to build a vacation home, Baguio would be one of the places we would love to be. I fell in love with Baguio the first time I went there. I treasure my memories in Baguio, and I often dream of moving there to live a simpler life. I am captivated by the cold air and the delicious food in Baguio! We have tried almost all the restaurants in Baguio, and we have never been disappointed.

A Hidden Gem in Katipunan

 I often crave Baguio specialties, so I was thrilled to find K&L Cafe, a hidden gem in White Plains, Katipunan. They serve all of my favorite Baguio dishes, and they do it so well.

A Taste of Baguio in Manila

We didn’t hesitate to pay a visit, and we were both blown away. The food was even better than I remembered, and the service was excellent. We left feeling so happy and satisfied.

A Wonderful Dining Experience

I was blown away by how delicious the Longganisa Up North was! I love the way the fried rice is cooked with a bit of cocoa, and the way it is paired with Vigan’s best longanisa is perfection.  I long for Baguio and Vigan, and this restaurant really made me feel like I was back in the north.  If you haven’t been to Baguio or Vigan yet, I highly recommend trying out all of the authentic menus at K&L Cafe.  You will definitely be inspired to visit Baguio and Vigan after eating here!

The story behind K & L, where it all started

As usual, I ordered a black coffee. The café didn’t have Cafe Americano, but they offered me a freshly brewed coffee bean from Baguio. I was hesitant at first, but I took a sip and was pleasantly surprised. The coffee was strong but not too bitter. It had a rich, earthy flavor that I really enjoyed. I’m glad I decided to try it out!

I also love the ambiance of the café. It’s very homey and inviting, and it’s perfect for spending time with family and friends. The walls are decorated with old photos and artifacts, which really give the place a Baguio vibe. I assumed that these artifacts were all made from Baguio, and I loved learning about the history of the city through them.

“There are a few moments in your life when you are truly and completely happy, and you remember to give thanks. Even as it happens you are nostalgic for the moment, you are tucking it away in your scrapbook.” 
― David Benioff, When the Nines Roll Over and Other Stories

Nostalgia for Baguio

As I write this entry, I feel really nostalgic. I remember everything, all the memories I have in Baguio. I can still see the pine trees, the cold air, and the delicious food. I can still feel the happiness and peace that I felt when I was there.

I would love to go back to Baguio with my best friend and parents. We would walk around the city, visit the parks, and eat all the food. We would laugh and talk and just enjoy each other’s company. I know that it would be a wonderful time.

Hopefully, we will be able to go back to Baguio soon. Until then, I will keep my memories close to my heart.

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