If you’re looking for a stunning view of Baguio’s rolling hills and extra wide skyline. You have to visit Cafe in the Sky.
Tucked on one of the highest peaks of Baguio’s mountain ranges, the restaurant cum bed and breakfast holds a perfect spot to have that special experience.
Have your all day grub alfresco or perhaps sip your cup of coffee or hot chocolate on their veranda while enjoying a panoramic view of the sky. That’s surely what Cafe in the Sky’s can offer. Up in the Sky Imagine this: Overlooking Baguio City on a royal blue sky visited by slowly moving cumulus clouds while you are enjoying a cold weather and holding your cup hot of drink. Serene atmosphere and no noise pollution to distract your relaxing day. It’s the best experience you’ll ever what.
Cafe in the Sky marked its own place on Baguio’s countless restaurants & food shops after the nearby La Presa farm became famous. The farm became a hit when ABS-CBN made it their set for TV series Forevermore.
The evening teleserye featured the breathtaking landscapes of the place along with its farm terraces which attracted many tourists. The result, the small village instantly turned into a tourist spot.
Taking advantage of the influx Sonny Agcolicol and Choing Loi came up with an idea of putting up a restaurant to cater the hungry tourists and the crews of Forevermore. And so Cafe in the Sky was born.
Chinese Dishes on the Sky
Opening early this December, the half Pinoy and half Chinese partners thought of bringing oriental dishes to the sky. The two restaurateurs are not new in the business as both of them also own Kubong Sawali and Luisa’s Cafe located in downtown Baguio.
With mainly Chinese food on their menu, we tried the following specialties: Fried Lemon Chicken, Beef with Broccoli and Stir Fried Highlands Vegetables.
Unfortunately, the whole dining experience could have been nice if: 1) we didn’t wait more than an hour to have our meals. 2) they didn’t used Powdered Orange Juice on our Lemon Chicken. 3) they didnt serve us half-cooked rice. 4) they didn’t reuse coffee grounds on their brewed coffee. Though the dining experience is a disaster it didn’t spoil the whole adventure. Anyway the two other dishes tasted good and fresh plus the view is really something we never had before!
On its lower level, you can see rooms that are still being developed. Its still not fully operational but I’ve seen some guests checked in.
How to Get There:
You need to hire a Taxi to bring you to the cafe and La Presa farm as other public transportation is infrequent on the area. We also asked the driver to bring us to the summit but too bad the fog was thick at the time. We paid the taxi Php800 for a round trip service.
Café in the Sky
Address: Sto Tomas, Cabuyao, Baguio City
Operating Hours: 7am to 8pm
Contact No: 0917 558 8400
Facebook: Cafe In The Sky