Eat’s Johnny Cordillera Ramen – Hearty Food for the Soul
Cordillera Ramen? Eat’s Johnny and Papa Usok has got you covered!
Eat’s Johnny, Baguio City — As the Philippine Cordilleras is known for its year-long cool climate, warm and hearty food servings are a “must,” especially during the wee hours of the day. If you are a foodie and you are fond of fusion cuisine, Eat’s Johnny is one of the places where food is synonymous with adventure. During the recently concluded Mangan Taku Chef’s Competition hosted by the Department of Tourism – Cordillera Administrative Region, Eat’s Johnny and Papa Usok’s winning dish — Cordillera Ramen, made rounds as it is one of the firsts in the City.
Cordillera Ramen – Hearty Food for the Foodie Soul
As many Filipinos are fond of eating warm food nowadays, it is but timely that their Cordillera Ramen be known to foodies who are in for a quite different treat. As its name implies, Cordillera Ramen is a dish with everything ‘Cordilleran.’ Its soup base is from its rich kiniing broth, its noodles from red sticky rice, watercress, egg, and sesame seeds – everything just blends perfectly and suits one’s adventurous palate.
Eat’s Johnny and Papa Usok’s love for food
As showcased in this year’s Mangan Taku Chef’s Competition, Chef CJ Reinoso and Chef Jomar Ocampo have poured their passion for the love of food. Paying homage to their hometown, this Cordillera Ramen made by Papa Usok and Eat’s Johnny is one of the first-of-its-kind in Baguio and in the whole Cordillera Region. Fret not, they will be serving this hearty dish just in time for the rainy season (some time this late May or early June 2021)! As this dish is prepared from scratch, it takes time (and love) to make a hearty dish as delish as this one —and I tell you, it is worth the wait. The playful flavors of the Cordillera Ramen makes you wonder why you only have tasted this now! I guarantee that you will keep coming back for more. *wink!*
Eat’s Johnny’s Other Information
|27 Leonard Wood Road, Baguio City|
Business days and hours:
|Open Daily, 0600 – 2100 H|
|Contact number/s:||+63 961 471 0028|
Social media account/s:
|Facebook: @Eatsjohnnyofficialpage / Instagram: @eatsjohnny2600|
|How to get there:||
Via jeepney: You can ride a jeepney plying Leonard Wood Road (e.g. Liteng, Mines View, Maria Basa, etc.) and tell the driver to drop you off at Teachers Camp Gate 1, near The Camp Bar. Eat’s Johnny is just across Gate 1. Jeepney fare usually costs P 9.00 and travel time usually only takes around 5 minutes.
Via taxi: Just tell the driver to drop you off at Teachers Camp Gate 1, near The Camp Bar. The restaurant is just across the Gate and can easily be seen. Taxi fare usually costs P 50.00 – 70.00 and travel time takes around 5 minutes
Via private car: You can easily search Eat’s Johnny on your preferred navigation app. There is a limited space for parking as the restaurant is located by the main road.
We’re born to (eat and) travel!