Now, here’s a restaurant in Baguio City that offers good food that is equivalent to what you actually pay for and that is Salt & Pepper casual dining at the Citylight hotel. The resto along with the hotel had just been recently renovated and it now boasts of a fresh, modern ambiance that features a clean, minimalist, geometric architectural design with a chic Zen interior perfect for setting the mood for ultimate relaxation and superb dining experience. The place is located at the heart of the city, just a few steps away from Baguio Cathedral and Session Road.
Been here quite a few times already and had a first-hand experience on their eat-all-you-can buffets. Yup all three of them: breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets. You see, when we heard about eat-all-you-can buffets like this we really took time to try it out even if it means making a way for it to be inserted to our budget. I and my wife believe that when you want to eat good foods then you must prepare to spend for it. Besides, we think that it’s not a waste to spend some money for your food.
The place is nice and the ambiance is relaxing. Thanks in part to the renovation and the design which makes it like your dining in a classy restaurant. They have a wide array of food selections which makes it a haven for food lovers like us. For breakfast they serve sunny side up eggs, hotdogs, hams, fried rice, breads, fresh fruits, juices, brewed coffee and a lot more. Wait, they also have veggie salad with fresh Baguio vegetables which is good for people who are light breakfast eaters. We’ve also tried their weekday lunch Asian buffet and oh boy, you’ll gonna end up in a hospital if you are hypertensive. They basically serve Chinese and Japanese cuisines for lunch. I am not sure of the names of the foods because I am quite busy eating and eating during that time so my apologies if I’m not able to mention it here. Their Japanese dinner buffet is also something you should try. We were able to try this courtesy of my cousin. The choices are great though mostly Japanese foods. Loved the Sushi and Sashimi. Don’t worry about chafing dishes running out of food because every now and then the restos wait staffs checks them and refills them immediately.
Place can be crowded especially during breakfast and lunch. Well, this is quite obvious due to the restos small dining area. Some of the foods are a little bit spicy which can’t be good especially to children and older people. Japanese dinner buffet I think is a bit expensive considering the fact that you really are not gonna consume all that food that is served there. Maybe, just maybe, you can consider lowering the price down just a little.
Anyway, we recommend this place although don’t go for the Japanese buffet which can be pricey. If you are a voracious eater like me then this is the place for you. Bottom line is, I’m just eating what I think is fair to the price I paid.
Images courtesy of www.citylighthotelbaguio.com
Hi. I'm Marlon. I mostly do the writing stuff in the blog section of this site with some insights coming from my wife, Daphne and tons of inspiration from our son. Our goal in our blog is to give you tips and guides on how to achieve a stress free and budget vacation in Baguio City.
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