What’s your “food-jective”? : Review

(Original post @ GoogleMap.Review)

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Tuna Pesto @Foodjective. The best in town and highly recommended! No wonder it’s one of FoodJ’s bestseller
 If you are on an escapist mood and want to break up with the usual “tripadvisor certified” cafe and resto when in Baguio, a modern minimalist style cafe-restaurant in Bakakeng is your sure destination.
What could possibly piqued anyone’s interest to try Foodjective is its exterior build from an innovated old container van. How cool is that! This hip and advanced architectural concept makes it a one of a kind among traditional “Baguio”-marked old American-style-houses-turned-cafe resto.dsc_3088

You could have a camping or picnic outside ambience when you eat here. Are you a certified millenial? Do you always have a hard time deciding what to eat when in a cafe or resto, especially when you visit food houses with your barkada and you feel like eating “kahit ano” (local term for saying “anything”). You simply can’t decide.But Foodjective here would help you come up with your “objective” on what “food” to eat. (got it?)

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Fresh Strawberries @Foodjective Fruitshakes
So what is your “food-jective”? From pasta to cafe-favorite-snacks and drinks, to rice bowl and rice meal, Foodjective got what you need. When walking right up into the cafe you will be welcomed by their menu with a not so minimal food choices, printed and hanged outside. 
It’s a perfect chill and hang-out place for you if you want to be alone or be with your friends. Plus, the service is good though sometimes slow, but you can always ask assistance and make requests to their staff who are kind and very friendly! On top of this, they make the best and authentic pesto in town!  Try it to believe it! (follow @ https://introvertedpyramidblog.wordpress.com/ for a review of the search for the best pesto in Baguio)
I highly recommend their fruit shakes and pastas served with tasty “bread pan” on the side, an original idea by Foodjective owners. For less than 100php you can have a full meal with a drink.
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CheesyBakeMac@Foodjective. Taste=5stars. Price=5stars. You can afford their pastas in half size or full size.
Foodjective caters to students at a nearby university in Bakakeng and those who board around the area.You can reach Foodjective in less than 45 min. coming from Bakakeng Terminal at Igorot Garden in Baguio town proper
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A FoodJ betseller, Blueberry Cheesecake @ less than 30php

To see a full review of  and more about Foodjective follow Grassroots’ Advocate at https://grassrootsadvocatewebsite.wordpress.com/ and also visit https://introvertedpyramidblog.wordpress.com/ for more cafe related blogs.

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