One-Eight-One R&B

Sandico St., Baguio, Benguet

One-Eight-One R&B
5.0 Stars

4 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 1
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Maribeth C.
5.0 Stars

One of the nice place to dine in Baguio.
Good views, peaceful environment, good food, good service.
What else can travelers/explorers can ask for in this place.
Nothing I guess.

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Rocky R.
4.0 Stars

When it comes to comfort food, sometimes I don't crave burgers, burritos, or donuts. One sandwich that fulfills that craving is a good club sandwich. One-Eight-One R&B offers such. A good serving of bacon with fresh leaves of lettuce, sweet tomatoes and fluffy omelette with thousand-island dressing in a sweet, moist wheat bread makes for a healthy alternative. (It isn't so health with that Cherry Dr. Pepper.) Aside from the club sandwich, they offer other dishes that are equally good.

One-Eight-One is a great place to get away from the ever growing noise of Baguio City. It offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere that will allow you to be at ease, even if it's only for a couple hours. The place itself is simple, service they give is wonderful, staff is very attentive and the food is very affordable.

It's always a treat going to One-Eight-One R&B.

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Gj A.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Scy L.
5.0 Stars

One of the places me and my colleagues hangout at after work! One Eight One R&B newly opened this 1st semester of 2014 and is proving a great contender when it comes to comfort food. They offer simple dishes but in a semi-fine dining set up. The servings are bountiful and the price is just right! I would recommend the toasties and fries as a starter, grab a pasta (pesto for me, which is the best I had in Baguio so far) or arrozcaldo on a rainy day/cold night. You can order various cocktails, high class wines and spirits, smoothies, and imported canned sodas. Gotta love their green tea which is better than a known coffee shop, whether hot or cold.

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