January 13, 2016

Café by Ruins Dua

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  • Feeling tired from all the visits in Baguio’s popular spots? Take some rest at this relaxing café.

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    The paintings create a stylish atmosphere

    Café by Ruins Dua is an Asian fusion restaurant that offers breakfast and brunch meals. It also serves as the main bakery where customers can enjoy freshly baked varieties of bread. The popular homemade bread, Cinnamon Danish (P75), has rich flavor of butter and cinnamon which is excellent to partner with whipped cream.

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    There are dishes available made with plenty of fresh vegetables from Baguio market. One of its specialties is the juicy duck dish called Duck Cassoulet (P340) which is served with bean cream sauce.

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    Duck meat is tender and mild

    Café by Ruins Dua came from the concept of ruins during World War II by a group of friends including Philippine National artist, BenCab. The term Dua means ‘two’ in Ilocano which implies that this is the second branch of Café by the Ruins.

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