ZENZ Bar and Restaurant: Home Cooked Goodness in Baguio City

by - February 16, 2016

ZENZ Bar and Restaurant is located at The Mines View Park Hotel. They serve home cooked dishes with a twist. A very cozy small restaurant suitable for small gathering and a perfect place to have a romantic dinner date with your partner.

The Original Sinigang Strawberry - a sour based soup with pork, veggies and strawberry. Not the usual home cooked dish of Filipinos however, strawberry compliments the sour soup.

Another unusual dish from ZENZ is the Pork Adobo with Strawberry - mild sweetness from the strawberries and just enough saltiness from the soy sauce. Adobo is a staple dish in every Filipino family. From Chicken Adobo, Pork Adobo and even Veggies Adobo.

Chopseuy - All fresh veggies with broccoli, carrots, button mushroom, string beans and cabbage. Mixed with tender pork.

 Crispy Tilapia with Strawberry dip

ZENZ also offers delectable desserts.

BW Cookie Ala Mode with Choco Flakes, Vanilla Ice Cream and Milk.

Their famous - Bibingcrepe with fresh Banana, choco bits, marshmallow and Vanilla Ice Cream.

I can't believe I was able to finish all these sweet-tooth goodness knowing that the weather in Baguio was about 12 to 14 Degrees Celsius cold. So, if you want to experience home cooked meal and dishes with strawberry, visit ZENZ at the Mines View Park Hotel.

ZENZ Bar and Restaurant

*Meals are sponsored by The Mines View Park Hotel ZENZ Bar and Restaurant but opinions and review are honest and not biased.*

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  1. Thank you for this post, the next time I go to Baguio, I will have another restaurant on my list.

  2. Uy Pork Adobo w/ Strawberry! How was it like?

  3. You made me miss baguio!! Im on a diet and these food photos are making me too hungry!

  4. How was the pork adobo with strawberry? please elaborate, I'm totally curious! Or maybe you can make some for us na lang? hehehe ;) I wish I was there in baguio, it looks like a lot has changed over the years! :)

    1. Typical adobo taste, may strawberry lang. Gawa ako soon! Dalaw kau dto balur ko ;)

  5. Yey! Will visit Baguio this summer and I will try to go to this Restaurant xx

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  6. Thank you for this post, i will try to dine here soon on my visit in Baguio :)

  7. Sinigang Strawberry? Wow, this is the first time I've heard of such a thing, kinda like the watermelon sinigang of Manam. I want to try that sinigang strawberry. I have a feeling I am going to love it. I'm not sure if I'd like the adobo strawberry though, but I'm not gonna knock it til I try it.

  8. My first to see sinigang strawberry. I haven't heard a strawberry mixed in a viand too. That is something I would like to taste. I haven't been to Baguio, though. I guess it is only available there.

  9. Will be in Baguio for Panagbenga festival.. I hope I will get a chance to visit this resto.. I really find that Sinigang Strawberry very intriguing and I wonder how much it differs from our typical Sinigang
    thanks for the share

  10. WHAT A GREAT FEAST! I have never been to Baguio and this definitely gives me the impression that the city could potentially be a foodie heaven.

  11. Sinigang and adobo with strawberry? Hindi ba nag lasang desert? I suppose this is near good shepherd too. Will check this resto on my next trip to Baguio.

    1. yes! its near good shepherd. sounds weird but taste so good! promise! esp their sinigang! I made one at home and it's really good! promise!

  12. browsing through food-related at this hour is really such a bad idea, it is making me hungry! i will definitely check this resto out when we visit Baguio one of these days!


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