Chocolate de Batirol Restaurant in Camp John Hay Baguio City offers traditional hot chocolate drink which is made from variety of cacao beans harvested in different part of the country.
A Little of History
Islas Filipinas Food Products, established in 1996 created the Choco-Late’ de Batirol, a garden-like restaurant located in Igorot Park, Camp John Hay, Baguio City.
Neo-Cordillera rainforest is the theme of the restaurant characterized by wooden structure, artifacts and different antique display. Furniture such as tables, chairs and including the roofing are made with recycled materials.
The restaurant is a relaxing place to enjoy a cup of hot chocolate while enjoying the beauty of nature. The warmth smile of the servers makes you feel at home, complemented with the aroma of the freshly prepared chocolate.
Food & Drinks
Aside from their specialty, they also serve breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner which are mostly Kapampangangan dishes prepared by their Chef. Have a look on their menu as of October 2013.
Cold Batirol is also serve for those who want to try something new!
They are also selling ready to take home products.
On the Table
We tried their original concoction of Chocolate de Batirol, Suma sa Lihia and Bibingka. The hot chocolate was prepared in front of us and demonstrated how it should be done.
Chocolate de Batirol. A hot cup of chocolate is just perfect in the cold weather of Baguio City. The taste of the chocolate is a blend of bitter and sweet. It’s just ok for me, it could have been better if I can add muscovado sugar and a little bit bitter to have a balance of flavor. That’s my preference! 🙂
Suman sa Lihia. This is just ok for me. The way it should be. A good combination of sweet taste and sticky texture.
Bibingka. I think it’s kinda ordinary, I want it to be more sticky and fluffier, it’s dry and grainy in texture. Something to improve on this one, maybe? It’s my preference though. 🙂
Chocolate de Batirol in Camp John Hay is a perfect place if you love hot chocolate and hearty meals while enjoying the beauty of nature and cool breeze of Baguio City.
Will Explore Overall Rating: 8/10 likes
This is part of the Baguio Food Tour 2013 held last October 25-28, 2013 where group of bloggers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao gathered in Baguio City to review different restaurants to promote Summer Capital of the Philippines as gastronomic destination.
Chocolate de Batirol -Baguio Branch
Camp John Hay
Baguio City 2600
0916-375-6510 (Socorro) or
or email us at: email@example.com
Chocolate de Batirol -Pampanga Branch
JASA Road, Olongapo-Gapan Road
City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel No. 963- 7347
Mobile: 0916-215-0963 (JM Castro)