Camp John Hay Food Hut in Baguio City

After roaming around Camp John Hay in Baguio City, the we Tsinoy Foodies together with the Baguio Bliss 2012 event group settled ourselves to the nearest Food Hut we could find.  It had a carinderia  (canteen) style.  Select the food you want, pay at the counter and get your order once reheated.




camp john hay food


camp john hay food
Bonfire
street food
Because I have a sensitive stomach, I only get to eat these casual street foods at home.  But, people at our household are not favor of deep fried foods so we rarely cook those.  I was glad that the Camp John Hay Food Hut has those.  We ordered all kinds for sharing.  


street food
Fish Balls, Chicken Balls, Kikiam and Squid Balls (from upper left to lower right)
It was my first time to try the Chicken Balls and I didn't like it.  It tasted dominantly of pepper.  I still like Kikiam the most.  =)


puto bumbong
Puto Bumbong Cooker
puto bumbong
 Puto Bumbong
Seeing that they had Puto Bumbong, I just had to order.  I love Puto Bumbong.  Their version was not as tight as the ones I've tried in Manila but the taste was better.  It was served with coconut shreds and muscovado sugar.


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Tsinoy Foodies Verdict
Eating at the Camp John Hay Food Hut is nothing special but still a fun bonding experience for the group.  It is also a convenient place to eat when at Camp John Hay.  

Tsinoy Foodies Review Rating Camp John Hay Food Hut Menu
Ambiance Squid Ball (4 pcs.) - 25 php
Fish Balls (8 slices) - 25 php
Chicken Balls (4 pcs.) - 25 php
Kikiam (4 pcs.) - 25 php
Siopao (2 pcs.) - 35 php
Siomai (3 pcs.) - 40 php
Bibingka - 120 php
Puto Bumbong - 75 php
Taste
Service
Price
=Favorites or Recommended 
Camp John Hay Food Hut 
Business Address Camp John Hay Eco-Trail
Business Hours

Payment Options Cash
Service Charge

Budget/Person 40-200
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