Cafe Will

Friday, December 2, 2016

Following my Baguio food crawl, we go to Cafe Will. It is a bar and restaurant in the town proper that caters to both foodies and night owls as it serves sumptuous meals and is a great place to hangout in for chill drinks.

I was with the usual suspect, Don.  He was actually the one who decided on where to eat because we were both starving and I couldn't think of a good place. So we went there for some late lunch. Here is what we ordered.
Chicken with buttered vegetables served with Chef's Saffron rice - Php300
Monte Cristo sandwich served with potato fries - Php200

The food in Cafe Will was good. I particularly liked the sandwich which is basically a ham and cheese sandwich dipped in milk and egg mixture and then pan-fried in butter. It was really yummy and the serving was generous too.

The only thing that I did not like about Cafe Will is their extremely slow service. It took us about five minutes before someone attended to us and handed us a menu. It took another five minutes before someone took our order. Then it took more than fifteen minutes for them to prepare and serve our food. I got irritated because of it. We originally ordered a banana split for sharing but we ended up cancelling it because service was really slow. 

I would still recommend that you try Cafe Will because of the good food. But do not absolutely go there if you are very hungry because you might have to wait too long. Hopefully, their service will improve. Cafe Will is located along M.H. Del Pilar St. in Baguio City. Check it out. 

Anyway, I'm about to leave for Baguio in a few hours. So expect that there will be more from my Baguio food crawl. Just keep your taste buds posted for that. :)


  1. Food looks tastyyy! But will probably eat somewhere first before trying this out haha (thanks for the heads up on the service!)

    1. Yes, the food was tasty. Too bad that the service was slow! Haha.

      And you're welcome! You can expect me to give honest comments about the restos I've tried. :D

      Check out the rest of the Baguio series though. :)