Neighborhoods: Little Baguio in San Juan (2013 Edition)

San Juan’s Little Baguio has become a bustling culinary corridor

(SPOT.ph) The best way to enjoy San Juan's Little Baguio is to hop on a cab, go down to the corner of Wilson and J.Abad Santos, and walk your way around. The neighborhood has grown from being a Chinese food hub to being a bustling, almost-global village of various gastronomic delights, with Mexican, Japanese, Filipino, Spanish, Greek, and Yugoslavian food tucked away in its corners. The area also has affordable street food versions of such cuisines. That's not mentioning the taste of Sweden that you can have by way of furniture instead of food. Click on the map for this year's much-needed update of 2009's San Juan Guide. Enjoy!

 

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