Try This Strawberry Champorado On Your Next Trip To Baguio!

It's located in one of Baguio's most famous spots!

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When it comes to more affordable fresh produce, there's really no place like Baguio. One of the many fruits that grow in abundance in this mountain city is strawberries, which, when bought in the public market, only costs P300 to P350 per kilo (as of December 2019). 

You can find cheap strawberries in Baguio City!
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This is why there are a lot of strawberry must-eats in Baguio, there's strawberry taho at Burnham Park, strawberry jam from Good Shepherd, and strawberry shortcake (or strawberry tart) from Vizco's. Another strawberry food item you should try on your trip to Baguio is strawberry champorado.

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Strawberry champorado, anyone?
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What was once the classic chocolate and then made with ube, now exists as a strawberry-flavored champorado at Le Monet Hotel. This sweet and milky rice pudding dish has a thick consistency and is a very filling breakfast for just P99 a bowl

Do take note that the strawberry flavor does not come from strawberries itself, but it is topped with slices of fresh strawberries, which still give you the sweet tartness that real strawberries have. Of course, you should pair this sweet and milky champorado with hot chocolate or brewed coffee for the perfect breakfast combo!

Enjoy it with a quiet view of Camp John Hay's field of pine trees.
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Try the strawberry champorado at Le Monet Hotel, Ordonio Drive, Camp John Hay, Baguio City. It is only available 10 a.m. onwards, right after the hungry morning crowd has their fill during the breakfast buffet. 

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