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If we grew up in Baguio City the first Chinese restaurant we probably went to there was Rose Bowl. And after Rose Bowl, Baguio wed probably never try any other restaurant.
Baguio old timers, even frequent visitors, would remember Rose Bowl, Baguio when it used to be the only restaurant in town serving anything worth the high price people paid foods for. That was some years ago. Today, its still there and still preferred by numerous Baguio folks and regular and new tourists.

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Located along Harrison Road near its intersection with Magsaysay Avenue, Rose Bowl, Baguio serves good Chinese cuisines, lush with fresh Baguio vegetables. The cooking is similar with those found in Binondo, with a slight difference perhaps in the freshness of veggies used.
Dont ever miss their legendary Chopped Suey. The dish is said to be the best in town to this day. Well, practice makes perfect and if theyve been among pioneers in Chinese cuisines in Baguiodoing the thing over and over dailythen the rumor may be trueRose Bowl, Baguio may, indeed, have the best Chopped Suey in Pines City, Benguet.
An average meal order costs from Php 200 to Php 499, and this may suffice for two to three persons, depending on the dishes opted for. Rose Bowl, Baguio has special arrangements for family-size servings and special occasions like baptismal luncheons.

6 Rose Bowl, Baguio has spacious areas, long dining tables, Chinese characters even on the back rest of chairs, red circular Chinese lanterns, pin lighting on the ceiling, cheery colors and lighting effects, and the slight smell of tea and some Chinese aromatic herbs in the air, and of course, friendly staff.  Read More