Because it was already late when everyone came together on the first night in Baguio, we opted to just have a nice simple dinner at the hotel. The next day, aunt A, who was familiar with Baguio suggested that the whole family have their lunch at the Forest House.
Since our family was the first one to arrive, we were able to explore the place. We found out that Forest House is actually a bed and breakfast. The staff was kind enough to show us some of the rooms. No two rooms are alike, but one thing they all have in common is that they all give off a very country house feel.
Everyone arrived shortly after, and after all the flurry of ordering, lunch was served! Here's what we had:
|Baby Back Ribs|
This was my order. Meat was fall off the bone but lacked the barbecue taste.
|Korean Beef Ribs|
Hubby's order. I don't know what went wrong but it was extremely salty. He ate it with rice and still complained about it being salty. Maybe the chef put in 3x the needed salt?
SIL's order. We were surprised because we expected the tenderloin to come out in one piece. Instead, this was what we got. Tastes so-so., like something you can normally cook at home.
Overall I can say that we were quite underwhelmed by the dishes that we had at the Forest House, save for my baby back ribs and the lengua (someone ordered it and I got one bite of it). 2 out of 5 stars.
Forest House is at 16 Loakan Road, Baguio City