This is a long overdue post, but this is what I wore to our last day in Baguio sometime last month. It was night time, and everyone was hungry after a full day at Treetop Adventure and Baguio’s night market (my first time!) When asked where we wanted to go for dinner, I immediately suggested Oh My Gulay because 1. I’ve always wanted to visit this much blogged about Baguio restaurant and 2. All my friends (Krizia and Ade, to name a few) have been giving so much positive feedbacks about it. I can still vaguely remember my Papa’s cranky remark when I told him that we had to go up five flights of stairs to get to the place, and even more the face he made when I told him all they served there was vegetables.
He (as well as the rest of my family) was in for a surprise though!
Okay. We loved it. We loved everything about it. The ambiance, the decor, the view! But what really registered in our minds was the food. I’ve never hated vegetables but I was never crazy about them either, but Oh My Gulay made me question my tastes! My favorite was their Oh My Gulay rice, a dish that consists of native brown rice and ten different seasonal vegetables mixed in Mongolian sauce topped with steamed tofu and an egg omelette. What a mouthful!
Oh My Gulay Rice
We were the last customers of the night, so we got to meet Chef Roldan Macaranas! Thanks for the great food, Chef!
Oh My Gulay is located at the fifth floor of the Azotea Building (Green building) along Session Road in Baguio City.
Photos by Chelsea Ajose and I