187 Bonifacio St., Baguio, Benguet
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Soul food isn't just an American tradition. Different countries have dishes that are cooked in the same manner of that of the American soul food, but with ingredients indigenous to its native land. Collard greens is to America as laing is to the Philippines.
Soul food is a way of life, with deep roots of its ancestors that have spread all over the nation like an uncontrollable wildfire. Liempo, dinuguan, fried, or grilled pork chops, catfish, fried tilapia, they are as Filipino as buko pie.
Soledad's is a friendly, no-nonsense carinderia. It's a hole-in-the-wall establishment located in front of SLU's gate 3, that is lorded by students for its fried pork chops. For those who have an insatiable hunger for fried comfort, this (is) the place. Their fried pork chops is the crispiest, most succulent, and most flavorful one in town. It has withstood the test of time thanks to their comforts of home cooked meals, but mostly thanks to those fried pork chops.
Shoot the breeze with the students in line--which, admittedly, will be long--and wait to take a bite into the best fried pork chops in Baguio.
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