What ‘s not to love about Hill Station ? Included in the prestigious Miele guide of Asia’s best restaurants for 2011/2012 and 2012/2013. It’s also part of Asia Tatler’s Dining “Best Restaurants of 2012”. We simply had to try it.
Hillstation evokes memories of a large woodsy cabin with a fine dining ambiance.
They sell deli style items like pinoy caviar, guava jam, malunggay chutney, tinapa in olive oil, and bacalao in 280 php range.
Hill Station serves a melange of international flavors. Dishes like Cocido Mexicana, Spanish Callos, Thai Curry, Mutton Berbere Ethopia. Meals average around 300 to 400 php. Steaks average 500 to 900 php. Reasonably priced for a highly rated restaurant.
Hill Station serves its signature free starter a basket of bread with dukkah which is an Egyptian mix of cashews and spices and olive oil.
We ordered their fresh mushroom cream soup .
We also tried the beef salpicao.
We had the Hill Station Green Garden which is a mix of greens, tomatoes, blueberries, white cheese, caramelized walnuts and sesame mirin dressing at . I particularly liked this dish.
We also had the slow roasted and charbroiled Moroccan Spiced Baby Back Ribs.
We also tried the Cambodian Coriander and Garlic Chicken which we liked. This is one dish that you must really eat with the sauce. The chicken is marinated overnight and charbroiled.
The servings are big and enough to feed four people.
I’m definitely looking forward to my next gastronomic adventure here.
111 Session Road Casa Valejo, Baguio