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Chocolate de Batirol

Chocolate de Batirol
Opening Hours:

Mon.-Sun. 07:30-22:00
Payment Method:
Cash
Ala Carte/Sit-down
Outdoor Seating
Parking
Smoking Area
Take-out
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the one with my close friend JOY
Smile 2013-03-27
We got there almost 6 in the evening. A friend of mine told me about this place. It's in Camp John Hay. It's called Choco-Late' de Batirol.

It looked like it was enchanted from the outside. I took a picture of it.

 

Inside, even though there were actually no walls to it. You'd find that it's still warm inside. The sets of tables and chairs are all made of wood.

 

It has its ethnic vibe to it. Just look at one of their lights.

 

We only ordered their famous Traditional Blend Choco-Late de Batirols. It costs back then ₱ 80.00.

 

They taste real good. Perfect for the weather back then, rainy. I remember Rizal's book, Noli Me Tangere. Padre Salvi would call this as the "Chocolate, eh!" means thick and rich. lol
We drank every drop from our cups! tongue

 

Recommended Dish(es):
chocolate de batirols

Date of Visit:
2012-12-17

Spending:
Approximately
Php80(Dinner)

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Chocolate de Batirol
Smile 2012-11-28
I've wanted to go to this place since I first heard of it. Unfortunately, the name eluded me when we were in Baguio. Luckily, FM's phone had wifi service and when he was trying to tag The Manor, Chocolate de Batirol appeared on the list of choices that he could tag.

It was fate.

So off FM and I trooped over and looked for this place. When we got there, I was really happy. It looked quaint, cheerful, and cozy.

FM ordered the classic tsokolate and I had the strawberry tsokolate. Both cups were sold for Php95 only. One sip and it was heaven.

We stayed there for no more than an hour but it was worth every minute. You can actually smell the freshness of the place and the aroma of the tsokolate all over the place. It was comforting and it felt like coming home to your Mom after an emotional and harassing day.

 

Date of Visit:
2012-11-21

Spending:
Approximately
Php150(Tea)

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Chocolate de Batirol
Smile 2011-09-19

 

This is the Pork Sinigang at Chocolate de Tabirol in Camp John Hay in Baguio City. I
love sinigang, may it be shrimp or pork. It is easier for me to swallow what I eat if
there is soup. This particular dish is fine; however, there seemed to have so much of
the artificial “pampaasim”. I mean, it could have been better if natural spices were
used.

 

This dish is one of the best caldereta I’ve ever tasted. The tenderness of the meat
and the spicy taste make the great combination of this dish. It does not only capture
the taste of the Filipino but also other nationalities too.

 

This
is the first time that I get to see a chasuey dish with sesame seeds. It is not that
bad, however, I am not a fan of sesame seeds. I didn’t eat that much but I get to
taste the carrots and chayote. The tasty sauce penetrated in the vegetables


Nikhail Gonzales
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One of a kind cup of chocolate
Smile 2010-06-10
My trip to Chocolate de Batirol in Camp John Hay is probably one of the dining experience I enjoyed in Baguio. For one, the ambiance of the place is as traditional as it can be with bamboo walls and wooden tables and chairs, hard not to notice. There's an Ilocano folk song playing in the background and because the tables are outside, the cool breeze is perfect for sipping a cup of hot chocolate.

The cocoa used in making their perfect cup is beaten (as what the guy in the photo is explaining) so you can still taste tiny bits of cocoa in your cup.

 

Date of Visit:
2010-02-21

Spending:
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Php150(Tea)

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  • Taste
    4.8
  • Environment
    4.5
  • Service
    4.3
  • Clean
    4.0
  • Price
    4.3