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“Nice addition to Baguio ”
Review of Lemon and Olives

Lemon and Olives
Ranked #13 of 392 Restaurants in Baguio
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A very inviting restaurant. Lots of glass and open concept. I’ve eaten here twice, this time it was average. The gyro was “ok” but meat was not that tasty. Fried cheese was great. I give it 4 for ambiance, 3.5 for food. Step up your game guys!

Thank Asiadream
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Although the greek food they serve doesn't taste the same as the restaurant we frequently go to in Manila, some of their dishes make it worth going the distance. The rib-eye, Mediterranean pasta and the carrot cake are winners!

Thank weddingfan
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This restaurant offers greek food. Their set meal good for 2 featuring a special rack of lamb is very delicious and reasonably priced.

The food portions are bigger than we expected. It was for 3 persons.
The taste is authentic and pleasurable ! We loved everything from the L & O salad with their home made dressing, the appetizers and of course the main entree and their baklava.

Everything on the menu is mouthwatering ! But I must admit that theor coffee was not good. It tasted so commercial. Better go to Villa Cordillera to taste the authentic Benguet coffee.

Thank Lea C
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had lunch today and from Appetizer, soup, salad and main entree, it was prefect. Authentic Greek food prepared by a Greek Chef. Dessert was also superb. Nothing to complain on food. Ambience is amazing with an overlooking view. You must try it when in Baguio.

Thank Mercadob
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The restaurant has patio dining with a view. Since we came in the evening not really sure what the view is.

We had saganaki and the LO salad to share. Mains were the Athens burger, grilled calamari and the chicken kebab. The saganaki was fried unlike the traditional way of flaming it with ouzo in a cast iron skillet. Setting that aside it was still tasty with the saltiness of the cheese coming thru. If you want pita bread with that it is extra. The salad featured Asian pear and caramelized walnuts - very good.

The calamari was cooked just right leaving it tender with a strong pepper flavour - would come back for this. The burger was excellent with the feta cheese. There was a dipping sauce closely resembling tzatziki with some mint in it which went well with the fries.

The kebab was the most disappointing item that evening. It was a touch overdone leaving the chicken dry. It was served with a mustard sauce which just didn’t complement the dish. They should replace that with creamy dipping sauce from the burger and you would have a far better dish. If not for that this would have been a 4 star review. Lastly prices are reasonable.

Thank JoeyMToronto_Ontario
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