Enjoy Good Food @ Fork N’ Dagger

‘Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry with your friends and family again. Admit it. Preparing a lunch or dinner for them is often exhausting. That is why eating out at a restaurant is sometimes the best choice. It saves you the trouble of doing the dishes so you can enjoy a great meal without any worries. And if you, your friends and/or family happen to be in Baguio, Fork N’ Dagger is the place for you.

Fork N’ Dagger is a Filipino-European restaurant located in Nevada Square, Baguio City. This restaurant offers a wide selection of dishes with a very reasonable price. Foods are good for sharing that’s why it’s a perfect place for couple, friends and family. And did you know that this restaurant just celebrated their first anniversary last October 1, 2018!

The Restaurant

There was a live acoustic band when Benji and I entered Fork N’ Dagger. This restaurant is big enough to accommodate many diners. There’s also an option if you want to eat inside or outside. It has a lovely atmosphere, the lightings are okay and it actually has a romantic vibe especially if you choose to eat outside. The interior is neat and simple yet it looks classy. I also love the big glass windows. People who don’t like small spaces will love this place.

I enjoyed listening to their live band, too. The choices of songs were so good. We couldn’t help but to sing along while enjoying our meal. You can even request songs or you can jam with them if you think you have the confidence or talent to sing in front of many people.

The Service

The staff welcomed us with a genuine smile. They were very friendly and alert when we needed something. Food was served quite fast, too.

The Food

We had a hard time choosing what food to order because there are so many items on their menu. Thankfully, one of their staff recommended their Boodle Junior (Php 650) which is good for 2 persons. This Boodle Junior has fried rice, shrimp, ribs, grilled pork, chicken, potato chips and vegetables with complimentary iced tea. It seems expensive but it’s really worth it because it was plenty and very delicious.

They also have other boodle meals perfect for your barkada or your family. Check the menu below:

We also had Nacho Libre (Php 195). It’s a seasoned tortilla chips topped with shredded lettuce, ground pork/beef, tomatoes, green onion, salsa topped with combination of cheddar cheese and mozarella. Drizzled with ranch dressing! We loved it! It’s very crunchy and cheesy and just seeing it makes us drool. The serving was so large, too. We will definitely try this again when we come back.

We had merienda before we came to Fork N’ Dagger that’s why we couldn’t order more food. We even forgot to order dessert. But if I were you, never missed their giant halo halo. They also have other desserts like cakes in cans and carrot cake.

Photos from Fork N’ Dagger’s facebook

Don’t forget to try their best seller Pork and Dagger Ribs (Php 245).

Photo from Fork N’ Dagger’s facebook

Our Final Verdict

If only we didn’t eat before coming here, I’m sure we’ll be able to order more food from their menu. Coming here was worth it! The service was almost perfect, the friendliness of the staff was great and the food was outstanding! Benji and I enjoyed our food which was beautifully presented and reasonably priced. So call your friends, family or your significant other this holiday season and go to Fork N’ Dagger. Because this is a must place to dine when in Baguio City.

Address: Nevada Square, Green Water Road Corner 2, Camp John Hay, Baguio City

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Contact: 0917 681 0056

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/forkNdaggerBaguio/

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