King Chef – Baguio’s Ultimate Dimsum Destination!
For the love of dimsum and everything in between, King Chef is the place to be as it offers a wide array of dimsum selection. This dimsum heaven is a must-visit when visiting Baguio City as its warm food and warm reception complements the cool city climate – the ultimate dimsum destination up North!
If I have cravings for some Chinese and other Asian food, the first restaurant that comes to my mind is King Chef. With its wide array of food choices and cozy ambiance (plus the warm reception of their staff), it is one of the best restaurants to dine when looking for the best comfort food!
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King Chef: For the Love of Dimsum
When the word “dimsum” comes to mind, I always cling to restaurants who serve only the best in town. With that, one restaurant comes to mind first every time I think of dimsum (and everything in between!) – King Chef Baguio is the place to experience the best dimsum, alongside other Asian cuisines – and enjoying its good view of the city from a distance.
This dimsum heaven is located in one of the best places in Baguio where you could enjoy the city’s cool breeze and I can say has one of the most comfortable dining setups. As Asian as it is, there are a lot of complementary meals and beverages to best pair your fave dimsum! (Have I said dimsum like a lot of times already?)
The Ultimate Dimsum Destination
If you are looking for a wide variety of dimsum choices, King Chef Baguio is the place to be. From their staple Hakaw and Pork-Shrimp Siomai, there is more to dimsum that we love! Their cart service is also one of the highlights of dining in King Chef to bring us to a whole new level of dining experience. This ultimate dimsum destination not only offers the most delectable dimsum I have tasted, but they also deliver one of the best services in Baguio City (yup, no sugar-coating here!)
As a culinary destination, experience is king for King Chef. Every dimsum and dish is carefully crafted for you to enjoy only the best in Asin cuisine dining. Not to mention, King Chef Baguio also offers al fresco dining so you can enjoy Baguio City’s cool breeze while enjoying your warm, off-the-kitchen food!
When we experienced King Chef Baguio’s specialties, we were offered their signature hakaw dimsum, pork and shrimp siomai, taosi spare ribs, sharksfin dumpling, X.O. siomai, buchi, dynamite, fried prawn dumplings, crispy duck wanton, crispy fried wanton with tartar sauce, crispy noodles with seafood, yang chow fried rice, seafood spinach soup (one of the best, a must-try!), hot shrimp salad, spare ribs with 8 spices, crispy fish fillet in plum sauce, and french beans with salted egg.
You can choose from a wide array of dimsum choices for you to satisfy your palate. From congee, to noodle soups, stir-fry noodles, rice toppings, and desserts, you will never run out of choices – literally! You will also be assisted on what is best to order and what pairs are best chosen.
They also have a “dimsum happy hour” from 1400 H to 1700 H daily!
How to get to King Chef Baguio
If you are coming from Baguio City’s Central Business District, you can:
(1) Ride a taxi from there and tell the taxi driver to drop you off at The Orchard Hotel in Legarda Road. Travel time is around 10 minutes, sans traffic and fare is around ₱ 50.00 – 60.00.
(2) If you are commuting via jeepney, ride any jeep that passes through Legarda Road (e.g. Crystal Cave, Sto. Tomas, Tuba, etc.) and tell the driver to drop you off at The Orchard Hotel. Minimum fare is at ₱ 12.00 – 14.00.
(3) If you have your own private car, you can easily locate King Chef or The Orchard Hotel on your preferred navigation apps.
(4) If you prefer to walk, you can reach King Chef Baguio within 10 – 20 minutes walk.
King Chef Baguio Business Profile
|G/F The Orchard Hotel, 49 Legarda Road, Baguio City (in front of Ion Hotel)
|+63 998 548 3308 / +63 74 442 4360 loc. 8089
|Social media account/s
|Facebook: @kingchefdimsumkitchenbaguio // Instagram: @kingchefph
|Yes, Limited. (First-come, first-served)
*Disclaimer: King Chef Baguio invited The NorthCon Bloggers for a brand feature of the restaurant. All views and opinions stated here are solely of Turista Boy and has, in any other way, no influence from the owners of King Chef Baguio.*
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