When I entered the restaurant, I felt it was December. I could only infer that the owners love Christmas season. I love the log cabin ambiance accentuated by red and green colors. Everyday is Christmas in this side of the Baguio city.
Luckily, we had a prior reservation ahead, so that we were able to occupy a space at the al fresco side of the restaurant that offers a good view of mountains, tall pine trees and urban scene of Baguio. The restaurant was literally full that day.
Pasta Negro with garlic bread sticks.
It was a feast eating in this place. Nothing spectacular about the menu because most restaurant offers the same set, however the tastes made Forest Restaurant distinct. I tried their pasta negro as recommended by J. This weird looking pasta, is stuffed with everything squid. The black “ink” color from the squid adds salty- umami flavor to the pasta. I liked it despite its appearance.
Creamy vegetable with mashed potato
And how about their smoothies? Cold, smooth, milky and downright refreshing.
Just one thing that i did not really like in this resto, their food attendants need to be more organized in handling orders and in attending to their customers.