Re-live the Cordillera taste at Vincent’s Place

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If you want to re-live the Cordillera taste experience swing by VINCENT’s PLACE, the newest and most exciting restaurant in the City of Pines with a different twist of food that would satisfy your gastronomic experience.  Vincent’s Place is the impeccable choice where you can relish a casual feasting that offers a distinct taste of Cordilleran tangs with a blend of contemporary Western and Filipino cuisine.

The dining areas are filled of incredible art work which you can appreciate while you wait for the food. You can even play the sungka, a traditional board game carved length of wood a game involves moving shells or pebbles around the pits carved into the board. Vincent’s Place also houses a specialty shop where you can buy homegrown foodstuffs from Tabuk, Bontoc, Lagawe, and Benguet and vacationists can bring home some ethnic souvenirs for someone back home and for oneself.

Start your meal off right with VINCENT’S PLACE delectable appetizers, PINUNEG, a smoked blood sausage encased with pork fat and  spices  on a bed of iceberg lettuce  tossed in Sagada orange vinaigrette and topped with  pickled red onion. If love potatoes, try BUGIAS PLATTER and delight your favorite potato served in 3 ways loaded with potato skins , salted egg ,potato  chips as well as wavy cut home style fries served with garlic aioli. Intuno sampler would be a great choice, made of grilled chicken isaw, pork isaw, pork ear on stick, serve with intuno sauce and slices of jalapeno and cucumber.

If you want something fresh and natural, go for Cordillera’s Pride Salad or Pako Salad, crisp and refreshing salad with highland organic fern tossed in padas Suka iloko vinaigrette.

Even better, combine it with Vincent’s Place, house specialty – Knuckles Bulalao.  All-time favorite the Classic Pinikpikan, indeed a quintessential Cordillera dish cooked with etag, sayote tops, topped with tungsoy. Relish the delicious taste of Pulpog, smoked pork meat grilled and tossed in seasoned vinegar and spices or if you want a different zest go for Bikorot, pinikpikan style with coconut milk.

Have a cup of coffee and baked goodies with an impressive view of the mountainous terrain the highland is longed for.  After a stressful day, find a relaxing seat at the bar featuring mouth-watering bar selections and booze menu.

Indeed a soothing place for a perfect dining experience, the home of your Cordillera –influenced comfort delicacy with a modern twist. Everything is prepared perfectly, delicious, highly desirable, with peculiarly distinctive taste with the given culture of the Cordilleras.

Vincent’s Place opens daily at 7am and closes at 10pm.  Located at # 8  Loakan Rd., Greenwater, Baguio City. For reservations, you may call 074- 444-2999, 0945-2408720, 0999-877-9386. Follow them on Facebook @vincentsplacebaguio and Instagram @vincentsplacecafe. PR / ABN