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Baguio Food Tour 2015: Good Taste

We had a feast and even took home some of the leftovers because we were literally bursting-full but check out our bill at Good Taste Restaurant.



Good Taste Restaurant is one of the oldest and most popular restaurants in Baguio City that's been favored by both locals and tourist. The restaurant is always full that the owners decided to expand into this 6-storey restaurant building. Amazing, right? It even has its own basement parking and elevator so no need to walk up to the 6th floor.





Our food arrive in this trolley, yes- trolley. The servings are quite huge that we were all looking at each other and having bubble thoughts like- how are we going to finish all of that; ooohhh, the buttered chicken smells so nice; pansit! Haha


Chopsuey. Fresh and crunchy tasting vegetables.


Hototay Soup. Look at that chicharon! :D


Buttered Fried Chicken. We were told that this is Good Taste' most popular dish. Just look at that serving portion, this is only the half order. Its a bit oily-buttery but each bite is so heavenly delicious. I think I ate 3 pieces- haha.


My companions we'rent keen on the pansit but I requested this since I tend to measure the quality of a restaurant based on how they cook pansit. Honestly, I'm not kidding. And yes, I love pansit. ;)


Huge bowl of fried rice.


We had a pitcher of Cucumber lemonade. This drink is so refreshing.



Special thanks to Azalea Residences, Baguio App Guide, SMART, North Luzon Properties, and Lakbay Baguio for sponsoring our Baguio Food Tour 2015.

Comments

  1. Yes, the buttered chicken is Good Taste's best seller. We had the chance to try it when we had our Baguio trip a few years back and it was amazing!

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  2. I just visited Baguio recently, and too bad I wasn't able to try Good Taste. Next time na lang ulit.

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  3. ang sarap naman niyan. We haven't been there sa Baguio. At looks mabubusog ka talaga kasi dami affordable yet panalo ang dishes :)

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  4. I have not been back to Baguio in such a along time. I will definitely keep this restaurant in mind when I go back, hopefully sooner than later.

    xoxo
    MrsMartinez

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  5. Wow that is definitely affordable with such large servings. :)

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  6. Will definitely try this resto in Baguio. Sana matuloy kami this coming weekend!!!

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  7. Amazing! Sana meron din sa Manila nito! Super sulit!

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