Ili-Likha Artist Village

Assumption Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Ili-Likha Artist Village
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Foodcrawl P.
5.0 Stars
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Nestled at the urban part of Baguio, entering this sanctuary is like being in an entirely different world. My morning walk at Session Road led me to discover Ili-likha right in the middle of Assumption Road. I was actually looking for a breakfast place and lucky enough, it opens at 7:00 in the morning.

The facade will instantly generate interest. It appears to be an unconventional multi-level treehouse. Art pieces are placed together in harmony. To simply put it: "Ili" means village and "Likha" means to create. Everything draws inspiration from everywhere: mosaic windows, recycled bottles on walls, carved woods, rainbow-colored stairs, and painted floors. Even the seats and tables are installed like a contemporary art.

The village is also a habitat for healthy eating. It houses different food stalls that serves unique dishes. I ordered Bannoffee Shake and Waffle at Cafe Cueva. The catch is: I only paid Php 100! I also tried the homegrown dish, Balbacua at Urban Camote. It's a soup based meal for only Php60. It's worth adding to your next Baguio itinerary. 10084

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Marya D.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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YowHans S.
4.0 Stars

Great place to eat! If you're looking for a quiet place to chill and dine, this is highly recommendable. Artisan food court in Baguio, where most of the food offerings will make you a bit curious like the Tuna Crepe and Lemon Strawberry drink at Cafe Cueva! Worth the try and the price is just right128076 On top of it is the artistic design of the place, the inside is like a maze, leading you to different food stalls inside. Everything just works; love the ambiance, people are nice, good music, and great food choices!

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Jen O.
5.0 Stars

Situated along assumption road and just a few establishment away from session road, you'll see a unique artistic spot that will capture your eyes. Definitely fell inlove and amazed with this eco-architectural place. They showcase the rich culture of the cordillera. Sadly wasn't able to try the food here because we are already full. We just took some photos inside.

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Sheryl Anne B.
4.0 Stars

Glad we ended up in this place on our last day in Baguio. Ili Likha is a mini food community along Assumption Road. It seemed to be a makeshift treehouse to me - patched wooden pallets and metal scraps that make up a huge nice piece of art. (Hence, the 'Artistic Village' name.) It sucks bc I wasn't able to take a photo of the interiors, gomen.

Onto the food: Balbacua (P40) + organic burger patty with egg and red rice (P140) + chia lemon juice = perfect merienda for the rainy weather!

I looooved how flavorful the balbacua was. If I remember clearly, it originated in Mindanao - they simmer the meat for about 6 hours in its flavorful broth. You can pair it with either noodles or rice. In my case, I paired it with the organic burger patty with egg and rice meal. 10084

The chia lemon juice was the bomb. It's perfect most especially if you're feeling under the weather. As we all know, chia is a superfood. Adding chia seeds to your drink makes it an instant energizer.

Will definitely add this in my itinerary once I visit Baguio again. 128522

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