Connecting all foodies in India….
Eating good breakfast is already a gift of some morning god already. I am not sure about what’s with coffee, fried rice and eggs that makes any meal so appealing. But adding the element of nature and freshness is a whole different story. Imagine dining in some nature-inspired garden, under a chilly weather but there will be some tasty Arabica coffee to warm you up, freshly-baked pastries, fresh fruits and vegetable salad and a full breakfast meal like no other. That is how my Café by the Ruins experience felt.
Café by the Ruins is one of the restaurants where we dined in during our short Baguio staycation (also read Oh My Gulay here). Dining in here isn’t easy though. We had to line up for about an hour when we arrived at eight in the morning, on a Saturday, to be seated. There are just so many people who…
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