Bowls & Sticks

GEM Bldg., New Lucban Ext. cor. Rimando Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Bowls & Sticks
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Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens: 8:00a - 12:00a
Phone
+639771727976

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Street, Parking Lot
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Rocky R.
3.0 Stars

From where I live in Baguio, I often pass by Bowls & Sticks' colorful banner, but never had a chance, until today to visit the place.

Bowls & Sticks serves student meals that are presented as if you were eating at a fine dining restaurant. If on a budget, at ₱70 a rice bowl, you can enjoy dishes such as Chicken Umay, Adobo ni Nanay and Burger Istek. Other dishes served are pastas, sometimes ribs and Chickie Yaki (chicken teriyaki). The portions of toppings evens with the amount of rice given.

I've taken the liberty to try out the Chicken Umay; boneless chicken pieces with cream sauce topped with cheese. This dish was a delight to eat. The cream used was buttery (butter, not margarine), creamy. Though I wasn't able to taste the cheese, the texture complimented the dish alone.

Another dish I ordered was the Adobo ni Nanay (pork adobo). What I liked about this dish was that the pork was thinly sliced (liempo cut) and the fact there were no bones. It was served with a half hard boiled egg and tomato slices. Honestly, I cannot describe this dish well enough because to me, adobo is adobo, unless it's too salty. All I can say is that it was good, and there was no hassle in trying to remove bones--because there were none! 128513

What I enjoyed the most were the desserts--deep fried ice cream (₱65), and another ice cream treat called Chocolate Bomb (₱90).

Chocolate Bomb is ice cream [your choice flavor] covered in a hard shelled chocolate. Once syrup is poured on the shell, the shell explodes and exposes the ice cream. This is a sweet tooth's dream.

Bowls & Sticks is good for the student who doesn't want to feel like they were eating in a school's cafeteria. Being a student, I understand the complexities of having a daily/weekly budget. To have budget a meal presented as if one were eating a more expensive place, brings confidence to the budgeted consumer and leaves with a satisfying experience.

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