Oh My Gulay

5/F La Azotea Bldg., 108 Session Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Oh My Gulay
4.2
4.0 Stars

63 Reviewers

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  • 3 stars 11
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 1
  • 65 Reviews
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Category:
Vegetarian
Business Hours
Reopens Tue: 11:00a - 8:30p
Phone
+63744460108

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 8:30p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Troy P.
4.0 Stars
5

One of the most blogged restaurants here in Baguio city. I've been in Baguio city five times but its my first time trying this vegan place. This is located in the infamous session road at the top of the La Azotea building. Please be aware that there is no elevator available so you have to trek a flight of stairs to the 5th floor to reach OMG.

Upon entering the place, we were greeted with an enchanting garden restaurant with the aroma of the savory egg noodles. The place is very cozy with interesting art decor everywhere you look. Every corner is instagrammable!

I wanted to try Lapu lapu Lumpia and Oriang's Chow chow but was informed that it is temporarily unavailable. So we tried their Pancit Gulay ni Pepe, Brotsa ni Antonio Luna, Super peachy crepe and some Lemonade.

The Pancit Gulay is surprisingly delicious served steaming hot. Aromatic egg noodles with tofu and pansit sauce. It's something I've never tasted before.

The Brotsa ni Antonio Luna is their version of pesto with homemade tomato sauce. There was a nice balance of pesto and tomato sauce in this dish.

We were satisfied with our orders but was disappointed with the service. They only have one server working at that time so its very difficult to order especially when we are located at the upper part of the restaurant. The server even forgot our peachy crepe order. 128531

But nevertheless, This is one of the best Art Cafes I've visited.

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Darlene M.
4.0 Stars
6

After a bit of walking and letting our metabolism digest our heavy lunch and dessert, we found ourselves searching for a concealed artsy café. Our feet led us to the 5th floor of La Azotea building along Session Road. The seemingly endless flight of stairs was all worth it when you arrive at the entrance.

It was like being transported to another dimension, so far removed from the landscape you’ll see from its windows.

Standing in front of the pond and the wooden bridge, I gawked at the unique surroundings. Directly in front of me is a structure that can be likened to the Kremlin. A closer look inside revealed that it houses the toilets! A stroke of genius I must say. The first level dining area near the kitchen definitely had that cabin feel, with a view of Baguio City outside.

Upstairs was more interesting. With quirky and interesting art installations as well as framed artworks. There was also a model of a traditional Igorot house as well as a flight of stairs designed to look like you’re going inside a cave. Definitely recommend this for art aficionados, like us. We were so glad we pushed through in looking for this restaurant and café.

After much wandering, we finally ordered our pasta. I had the Anak ng Putanesca while Akiko had the General Luna’s Punyetang Shiitake. Both paired with tea – Banaba and Chamomile. After a few bites, we both agreed on something. The food was quite bland for our liking. I do understand that this is a vegetarian restaurant, but I’ve had vegetarian dishes that are way tastier than this. Perhaps, a bit more herbs and spices could do the trick.

We spent a bit more time upstairs, by the hanging art installation that looked like a fish skeleton. From the windows, one could see the lights of the city outside, a perfect place to just chill and enjoy the moment.

Pasta: Php 150 (Anak ng Putanesca/General Luna’s Punyetang Shiitake)

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Zinia A.
4.0 Stars

Must see resto because of the ambience BUT just so-so food... The ambience is amazing with real trees and lots of installation art from different artists. I went in this questionable, decrepit building along session road and went all the way up to 5th floor. As soon as you enter, everything transforms.

The food? Don't expect much. I got the pasta with bechamel mushroom sauce and the dayap ice tea... To be honest, its filling but not tasty... But with that great ambience, I really couldn't care less about the food as long as it is decent and affordable.

PS: strong wifi so it is a good place to hang out. I'd say its a good date place too.

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Mervin M.
3.0 Stars

The place was eye-candy. They serve vegetarian dishes all day. It was so-so, maybe because im not vegetarian. The service was a bit slow for a not-rush-hour meal.

The Dayap Iced tea saved the meal for me. Try it

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Marili Anne M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Ang-ang P.
5.0 Stars

This is my fave café in Baguio. It is a gem in the heart of the city. It is located in one of the old buildings in Session Road, you need to go up to the fifth floor and since it is located in an old building, there is no elevator. 128553

Whenever I go to Baguio I always make sure that I'll dine here. The photo above is their Oh My Gulay Rice, I love the sauce, I think it is Teriyaki sauce or something. I also love their lemonade and crepes. My personal favorite is The Saging and Mani Love Affair, I think it is Café Bréton level but way more affordable hahahaha

The place is like a big museum, there are art pieces all over, sometimes there are performances on their mini stage, there is a mini koi pond. The only thing that I don't like is that you can't use their outlet to charge your phone though it is not a deal breaker.

But overall I like it more than any Starbucks tbh. Sana magkabranch sila dito sa Manila. #12Days

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Charlene C.
3.0 Stars

Going back to baguio again!! Hahaha.

So now where to eat?! We almost tried all their restaurants in here so we search for places in the internet because we already want to eat & all of our relatives were already hungry!!! So my sister search Grace C zzz & found this oh my gulay, & read the reviews in google about this place that it was all organic & healthyy so we go there!! 128663

The place was in a building 9th floor(not sure)! But thanks Gwen I 5th lang daw (?) nakalimutan ko na kasi haha! But nonetheless struggle pa rin ang stairs nla & sad to say there was no elevator so we take the stairs tiring! But eventually we arrived horray! Hahaha.

So we were 8 people & we tried to order everything because they only have few choices in there menu's. Tsss so we ordered, carbonara pasta, tomato pasta, soup, salads & i guess that was it! Hahaha. Then a few minutes later the order arrived! But sad to say, i my not a veggietarian person & most of the food tasted like veggies hah. Really organic!! But for my relatives most especially my aunts love it! Because they say it's healthy to eat & goood! :) but sorry doesn't work for me :( hahaha!

But still i recommend this to the people who loves veggies! & organic! Visit the place! It is very cute, the interior is like a boat ther are tables inside the boat & outside haha. Also there is a house design in the side cutie place too. Haha. 128513

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Kate R.
5.0 Stars

Oh my gulay! Is situated in an old building, an antiquated and rustic building. You have to climb your way up to the restaurant, five floors with creepy feels. 128128128123 But - when you reached the top, you will be transported to another world - literally, or thats what I've felt. 12817110024127881

They have a very native setting, wooden chairs and tables and its "tagpi-tagpi" type. They have koi pond and a garden, overlooking the city. Lovely ambiance!

Food. Food is incredibly good and super cheap. I loved the Oh My Gulay Salad and Anak ng Putanesca pasta! Its spicy and tomato-rich dish! Sarap talaga!
Their menu is cool, they call their dishes some funny names. Hilarious!

I really enjoyed my stay in here! Food, ambiance and staffs are awesome! 128079🏼128076🏽128077🏼

If you're in Baguio this is a must-visit restaurant!

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Ang-ang P.
4.0 Stars

The interiors of this place is unbelievable, there's an art gallery, I love the glass panel at the second floor considering that it is located at the fifth floor already. Food is okay, did order extra bread and this crepe with peanut butter and banana plus tsokolate. There's nothing special on their food except they have quirky names.

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Mintzy F.
4.0 Stars

This is probably my favorite place to bondate with my mom. We would come so often here but stopped for a while because they stopped serving their to die for onion rings and bulaklak ng kalabasa fritters. When we asked the staff their reason was that the manager of this resto hated the smell of oil and we're like, such a stupid excuse to cut down your menu. Anyway, other than their fried fritters, they have some awesome crepes and salads. My personal favorites are on the pictures, the Wardolf salad that is made out of potatoes and apples. Then there's their mushroom creped topped with a creamy sauce. Lastly is their fried lumpia (Ha. That's fried in oil), we loved their menu before but everything is being pulled out and that's just sad. The place itself is amazeballs, as they're located at the top floor of a building and it has a nature whimsical feel to it.

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Sarah Jane T.
5.0 Stars

Loved the cozy place. I'll make sure to come back when I go to Baguio again! Ugh. I loved your onion rings!! If Baguio was just one jeep ride away, Oh my gulay will be my favorite place to eat 128557 I love Gulay kasi. Hahahaha

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Pam L.
3.0 Stars

I was able to find this place, thanks to looloo. 128521

Upon entering the cafe, you'll feel like you've been transported to a completely different place. You'll be surprised that this seemingly nondescript building, located at such a busy area, housed this kitschy indoor garden/gallery. There's literally art everywhere you look.

The place can be stuffy on a hot summer day, so it's better to be seated by the windows. Or better yet, beside a fan.

Unfortunately, food is just average. It's still worth a visit if you'd like to have a unique dining experience.

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Mayen D.
3.0 Stars

i love the interiors of this restaurant. if u want to relax and escape from the crowded city you must go here. but the food is just okay nothing special.

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Ruth S.
3.0 Stars

Weird service but the place was AMAZING. 128525 it's super pretty --- Artsy + Nature/forest feels128076

My cousin and I arrived here at around 5pm. We just want to see the place, take pictures and leave but of course, that would be bad so we ordered Crepe. 128540 Before going to our table, we approached ate the server and gave her our order. She told us that she'll come up. So we went up and waited. It was almost 6pm (with lots of photos taken already) but we still don't have our crepe. We went down to ask only to find out wala silang ginawa!!! 128561 So we just left hahaha mission accomplished? 128541128514 Though we would love to comeback and eat here next time!! Prices were very affordable and they all look yummy! 128513

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Julienne D.
4.0 Stars

If you're in Baguio and you want something healthy then this is the place for you.

Their menu is mostly vegetarian but the price is just affordable. We got the Club sandwich (130php) with mixed greens and Eggplant Parmigiana (130php). The Club sandwich doesn't have meat in it rather it has tomatoes, egg and cucumber. The parmigiana has of course baked (or battered not sure) eggplant on wheat bread with parmigiana sauce.

The place is also cool 'coz its like an art gallery-slash-garden. My friend said they used an old ship to build it or something. You can also get a good view of Baguio and the sunset.9786

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Alan K.
3.0 Stars

Avoid if you don't like eating inkan ash tray. If second hand smoke and cancer risk are acceptable, it is a unique place with decent menu

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Barbie D.
5.0 Stars

The first time I went here, food is sold-out!! 128078
And so, lucky enough, and during Vday visit with #Vonagepeepz, we were able to try some of their menu... And it's all worth the wait!!
OMG Rice (that one picture) is soooo good.. geez..
If it wasn't late, I would definitely get two orders!! 128584
We also has Pancit Gulay which has that spicy kick!
And another best-seller, Anak ng Putanesca pasta which is tasty as well.
And yes, I will come back & will do it earlier than usual so that I can other things (but I will still include OMG rice) 128513

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Cha V.
3.0 Stars

We went there around 1130am and the waiter told us that they only have pasta and salad at that time ....So we tried their anak ng putanesca (a bit spicy ) and omg salad (veggies are crispy w/ balsalmic vinegar) ... #latepost #jan2015 #baguio

Price range : 100-200

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Eunice S.
3.0 Stars

Out of curiosity and my sister's recommendation, we tried the famous Oh My Gulay. It was a long climb on a steep plight of stairs since the resto was located at the 4th flr of La Azorea Building.

Once we reached the place, it was awesome. The interior was all wood. There were lofts which provided a majestic view of the city. A mini bridge over a pond was at the middle and everything else combined felt artsy.

Now to the food... Quite a downer. I like eating vegetable or quote-unquote healthy food from time to time. However, their food selection was quite limited and didn't add flair to the veggies.

We got tomato-based pasta, pesto pasta and other meals. The only thing that stood out, not that it was crazy delicious but because it was the only one that appealed to us was the onion rings. The carnivore in me is crying.

The service was appalling. When you ask the servers where you can sit, they reply in this very perfunctory, nonchalant way and ask you to look for your own chair. Uhmkaay. We got seated by the service counter and right behind were the cooks. We were able to spot food sitting for 10 minutes left unserved and unfortunately, some were our orders. Hay hay 128533 Maybe it was just a busy day, I am quite forgiving.

I do recommend to try this just so you can see the place and for the picture-taking but if you are a carnivore like me who's eating with a bunch of hungry boys, you might want to reconsider.

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Rebecca E.
3.0 Stars

Very few selections and vegetables lang tlga as its name suggests. You go here for photo ops and not for the food which is actually good except that since there are very few dishes, a second visit has made the food And place boring

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