If we can only “rewind” time… However, the past wouldn’t be as purposeful if we can rewrite history. Thus, we can only rewind back-stories as much as make new memories to someday “rewind” and look back into.
“Rewind” in itself is outmoded with the advent of technological breakthrough… Yet it may still be the term used to “wind” back (a tape or film which is similarly a thing of the past), however, it’s a fitting mode of expression widely used to “relive” memories… And what better way to “re-wind” than unwind with family/friends while “going back in time” in a cozy place that’ll most likely have you go on a trip down memory lane.
Outwardly and ironically, there’s ‘Rewind Café Baguio’ where you get to move forward while most likely be reminiscent…
Rewind Café Baguio just thought of rewinding it a bit; probably for sentimental reasons… For Baguio City’s conducive inducement, it auspiciously evokes nostalgia.
Rewind Café Baguio for its concept, it appropriately capitalized on Baguio’s pensive climate and its blissful environment, as well as this mountain retreat’s storied history.
Opportunely, they’re making the most of today’s social media impact through a potential “Instagram-worthy” impression. Congruently, captured moments are potential throwback pictures that’ll you’d eventually “rewind” for all its recollection’s worth while presently sharing it… that’s after your Rewind Café experience probably, as part of what they’ve “rewound” is the old-school “connection”.
Another way to bond, and probably the most delightful, is the “salo-salo sa hapagkainan” while catching up on how each other’s day went by. As pleasant as the exchange of stories is the shared meal. And Rewind Café offers a sumptuous menu from which each serving is worthy of its own story.
Their Clubhouse Sandwich brings back those times wherein this staple for a menu item was some kind of a social status-defining preference back then as much as a reminder of the American influence just as how Baguio was under such leverage. And like the Americans’ significance on Baguio, it’s big and weighty.
The simplest pasta I’ve tried. Similar to Baguio’s laidback nature and setting, it’s uncomplicated yet dainty and could also be overwhelming.
Can’t get more-American than this! Their cheeseburger somehow reminded me of the old Baguio-feel via its “John Hay-like burger” taste. The size and its patty’s succulence, likewise, were reminiscent of our “family’s Sunday eat-out at 19th Tee” back in the day. Baguio old-timers will surely know what I’m talking about.
It is what it is. Much like Baguio, nothing fancy really. But then, it has that comforting come-on the way Baguio appeals to those drawn into its unassuming allure. It has just the right blend to achieve that consistent creaminess much like Baguio and its people’s modest temperament.
It’s “nacho’” ordinary snack as it could be a meal on its own. It has a generous serving of its toppings. As for nachos’ usual salsa/cheese-based sauce-dictated piquancy, their nachos is “nacho” spicy however rich in flavor which our son “L” enjoyed for its kid-friendly taste.
At Rewind Café Baguio, you’ll wind up rewinding memories and wanting to fast-forward for that moment you’d look back at a throwback-worthy story “played” today…
“Ulit-ulit? Rewind, rewind! Kita-kits…”