LOOK: This Mountaintop Baguio Cafe Is *THE* Spot for Some Muni-Muni
Don't forget to book a reservation to have a secure slot in one of the kubos.
by Ina Louise Manto | December 12, 2022
We all know how crowded Baguio’s popular cafes can get, especially during peak season and holidays. If you’re visiting the Summer Capital with friends, family, or on your own and want to try a new cafe that’s away from the crowd, check out Rockyard Cafe:
Looking for a unique dining experience in Baguio? This cafe is 15-20 minutes away from the main city but it’s going to be worth it. As its name suggests, this family-run cafe is nestled on the rocky side of the mountain where you’ll have the best views of the ridges and the city.
Unlike typical cafes, you’ll get to dine alfresco in a traditional kubo with a view. They’re spread out in different areas of the rocky ridge, making you feel like you rented a spot exclusively.
Finding other kubos will also feel like an adventure as they’re located behind huge rocks.
If you don’t feel like dining alfresco or plan on holding events with a group, they also have indoor seating and mini-halls. Don’t worry though, you will still get the same panoramic view of the mountains!
Your cafe experience isn’t complete without getting to try the dishes and beverages over at Rockyard Cafe. Whether you’re visiting for a light snack or a full meal, they’ve got you covered. The cafe specializes in coffee and grilled meals, so make sure to try them. Some of their grilled meals include Grilled Liempo (P189) and Grilled Quarter Chicken Legs (P179). These meals already come with a choice of iced tea or coffee.
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If you’re looking for a savory or sweet snack, they also have pasta, salads, cakes, and sandwiches starting at P75 for a slice of Yema Cake.
Check their full menu:
Location, Operating Hours, and How to Book
Rockyard Cafe is located at 0892 Adiwang Road, Purok 6, Barangay Dontogan, Baguio City.
They are open on Mondays to Saturdays from 11 AM to 7 PM. Walk-ins are allowed but booking a reservation for kubos is recommended.
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