Baguio’s Most-Visited Cafe
? Choco-Late de Batirol –??
? Camp John Hay, Baguio City
? Date for Two: Traditional Blend, Choco Mallows
? Total: P235
As one of Baguio’s most visited sites, our expectations just got bigger for Choco-Late de Batirol. We’ve been seeing this humble cafe to almost every blog post for Baguio visits, and we’ve also seen this featured in national television for several times already.
Choco-Late de Batirol is located inside Camp John Hay. We rode a taxi from our AirBnB to this, all drivers are already familiar with the place. We arrived here first thing in the morning, yet the outside area is already packed. We were seated inside, which is not a bad thing,but we think the outside one’s better.
They also sell tubs of classic Baguio delicacies but for a way much higher price compared to those available in the public market.
Traditional Blend (P105) – We were expecting an order in a pitcher with the batirol for us to blend, but no, we received a small mug with undiluted chocolate tablea. It’s very disappointing.
Choco Mallows (P130) – We believe this is just the same as the traditional blend, but with little marshmallows on top. Again, very disappointing. They didn’t even bother to use bigger marshmallow chunks, they just used those cheap ones sold anywhere.
Not sure if we’ll go back here again for the drinks when we visit Baguio, maybe we’ll try their foods some other time.
Value for money: For the drinks we had, not worth it. But for the place, it was worth coming for.
#DateForTwo at Choco-Late de Batirol
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