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.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Date of Visit
2010-02-21
Spending Per Head
₱150 (Tea)
5
Taste
5
Decor
5
Service
4
Hygiene
5
Value
0
0
Restaurant's Other Review
Chocolate de Batirol (Baguio City)
Food Getaway: Chocolate de Batirol
I went to Bataan after a few minutes of deciding if I will pursue it or not. I had 4 loooong days
jayresa03
Level2
2015-09-16
Chocolate de Batirol (Baguio City)
the one with my close friend JOY
We got there almost 6 in the evening. A friend of mine told me about this place. It's in Camp John H
mickynimaj
Level4
2013-03-27
Chocolate de Batirol (Baguio City)
Chocolate de Batirol
I've wanted to go to this place since I first heard of it. Unfortunately, the name eluded me when we
Sweetkay
Level4
2012-11-28
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