Meal after meal of trying different meat dishes, our stomachs cried for something that would ease digestion. There is one place to go in Session Road: Oh My Gulay restaurant, a haven for vegetarians and health buffs alike.
Oh My Gulay restaurant is located at the roof top (5th floor) of La Azotea Building. One may never discover it by chance while in the middle of hustle and bustle along Session Road.
We came from Baguio Cathedral for the anticipated Holy Mass. After descending the high and steep stairs from the Cathedral to Session Road, we crossed the street. Retro Diner is easy to find. Beside Retro Diner, there is an entrance to the building. We asked the guard where Oh My Gulay restaurant was. He told us to walk straight and take the stairs at the ride side and go up to the 5th floor.
It was another unique restaurant, like we were in a resort or somewhere away from the city.
It was a bit late in the evening. The first two dishes we would like to order were not available.
So we settled for Oh My Gulay Rice and Mushroom Onion Crepe. I would have loved to try Anak ng Putanesca, but I could only take something lighter.
I was expecting Oh My Gulay Rice was to be served as native brown rice with a lot of 10 vegetables in season. But the ten vegetables, one or two small slice/cuts apiece, were mixed with the rice just like Yang Chow Rice. As far as I can remember, there were bell pepper, cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. That’s only 4 out of ten! I can’t recall the other six. 🙂
I love mushrooms. The Mushroom Onion Crepe became my favorite.
By the way, no softdrinks were available, only healthy drinks. We ordered freshly pressed Lemonada or Calamansi Juice from big-sized calamansi fruit.
Below is a photo of Oh My Gulay Menu
Oh My Gulay Restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and may be contacted through this number: (074) 446-0108, for inquiries.
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