Only the best Kapampangan fare, meticulously and personally prepared by our Chef / General Manager is served with a passion.

In this age of fast-food, SLOW food this good does not exist anywhere else but at Choco-late de Batirol, Camp John Hay. But don’t take our word for it… come over and sample it for yourselves!


Traditional Blend 130
Baguio Blend (Strawberry) 135
Orange 135
Cinnamon 135
Almond 140
Mallows 150
Toffee 150
Raspberry 150
Choco Mint 150
Kahlua 150



Baguio Classic 180
Strawberry Fields 190
Cinnamon Swirl 190
Almond Essence 190
Mocha 190



Hot Lemon Grass Tea 90
Hot Tea 90
Iced Tea 50
Canned Juice 60
Soda in can 55
Bottled Water 30



Cacao, a plant of the equatorial region, so divine, that THEOBROMA – ”food of the gods” is derived. A plant that bears elongated pods, where cacao beans are embedded and collected, it is the only source of Choco-late, a tonic food drink.

Batirol, which is the pitcher, is sometimes called chocolatera, batidor, and batiron.

Choco-late de Batirol is an ancient concoction of a passionately traditional process, as a chocolate paste, in its natural oil that may last years at room temperature. Urbanity and intellectual advances almost phased out this Heritage.

The western world has its own version. But we Filipinos have our own. Choco-late de Batirol, Cequate de Batidor, Binate na tsokolate, in any name, is a truly Filipino tradition.