Last October, my friends and I went to Baguio for a 2d1n trip. Don’t worry, I’ll make a blog post about this too soon. But first, let me share to you one of the restaurant that we visited in Baguio, Tsokolateria Baguio.
Since we came to Baguio around 6 AM, we decided to have breakfast first before our mini city tour. By the way, before we head to our breakfast location, we took a quick visit first at Baguio Cathedral.
We took some walk to Tsokolateria from Baguio Cathedral. Yes, we almost do walkathon all throughout our Baguio trip. Thanks to our personal tour guide, Godwin. HEHE.
We arrived at Tsokolateria around 6:45 AM. Unfortunately, the store and the whole place was still closed when we arrived so we had to wait a little bit more but it’s okay because the weather is really good and the ambiance outside were okay.
The place opens at exactly 7 AM according to one of the staff. So when our watches ticked at 7 AM, we immediately checked if they’re going to open the restaurant and they did! LOL.
According to them, the real place of Tsokolateria is under renovation so they had to move to another place for awhile.
As the staff gave us their menu, we’re shocked because of the prices of their menu… Yes, it is PRICEY. Lol.
Because of the prices, we decided to try their Chocolate Tablea instead since we’re in Baguio. HAHA. PS: We went to Jollibee after this. LOL.
Since we’re curious, we ordered their Tsokolate Ah (190 php) and Tsokolate Eh (190 php).
Tsokolate Ah is nothing but sweet while Tsokolate Eh is a combination of bitter and sweet. Did you know who won my heart? TSOKOLATE EH <3
I don’t know, these past few weeks I’m beginning to like those dark chocolates. Is this a sign of adulting?! Hope it’s not. LOL.
Since we’re still curious on how did they got their names, one of my friend called the staff who’s assisting us and asked him. He told us that it came from Noli Me Tangere which we don’t even remember if our teacher discussed it or not. LOL. Sorry, Ma’am. XD
“Tsokolate Eh means thick and rich while Tsokolate Ah means watered and thin.”
Just a tip, if you’re planning to visit here, prepare a bunch of money because I’m telling you, the price is really expensive. Imagine a breakfast meal costs 300+ php?
Since we didn’t experience any of their dishes, I will still recommend it to everyone. Try their Tablea House Blend. Overall, we enjoyed our drinks here. So perfect with the Baguio weather.
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Igorot Stairs, Upper Session Road, Baguio City
Landline: (074) 442-6049
7:00 AM to 10:00 PM, daily
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