Saturday, December 24, 2011

Viaje Baguio | OMG is for Oh My Gulay

Our stay in Baguio City was coming to an end, our last two hours were spent on delectable vegetarian meal, shopping for pasalubong and a little sightseeing.
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Day 7 - November 4, 2011

The time was 11:30 AM, me and Robbie just checked out from La Brea Inn, and we're now on our way to Oh My Gulay, also along the Session Road, for a sumptuous lunch.
| Oh My Gulay is a vegetarian resto located at the top floor of La Azotea Building along the Session Road. You wouldn't know that a restaurant exists on the 5th floor because it's really not so noticeable.



I was so awed by the looks of this restaurant. Upon stepping on its doorstep, we were welcomed by an atmosphere full of positive vibes. The small pond, the mini church/temple structure, the native wood-carvings, and some decors made out of scrap, even the rustic furniture generate a good mood all throughout your stay in their place. Also, the vegetation floods the place adds a feeling of being close to nature. I can say, with all honesty, that Oh My Gulay is the place to be.

La Azotea Building along Session Road
Their menu serves no-meat food only. They have pastas cooked in different vegetarian ways, fresh green salads, and crepes. I actually find the names of their food quite humorous especially their Putanesca pasta which is named "Anak ng Putanesca".

Oh My Gulay's special green salad
this is my order, Kabute Pasta
and of course, Robbie's order, Anak ng Putanesca
Mansanas Crepe for dessert.
The taste of their food is wonderful, flavors are exploding, and the prices are quite reasonable, just playing around P100 to P150. However, they only open from lunchtime to dinnertime, they offer no breakfast meals. Our stay in this vegetable restaurant, unique in Baguio City, is truly exceptional.

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Viaje Sagada-Baguio Series, Sagada-Baguio Trip for 7D6N (Oct 29-Nov 4, 2011)
Viaje Baguio | En Route to Baguio from Sagada - Part 1
Viaje Baguio | A Day in the City of Pines - Part 2
Viaje Baguio | Exploring Tam-awan Village - Part 3
Viaje Baguio | Strawberries of La Trinidad - Part 5
Viaje Baguio | Side Trip to Bell Church - Part 6
Viaje Baguio | OMG is for Oh My Gulay - Part 7

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4 comments:

  1. homaygulay is definitely a reason to comeback to baguio!

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  2. Panalo talaga OMG! Makikibati na rin ng Merry Christmas!

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  3. OMG! Merry Christmas and keep on traveling.

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  4. One of the best places to eat in Baguio!!!

    You wouldn't think that such a place existed at the top of that old building! Hahaha.

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