you'll have a mood of being in a tribal yet a little modern style of an aura when you reach the fifth floor. a rooftop dedicated to showcase different artworks and vegetarian food to fill in a hungry tummy.it was last month when my mother and i decided to bring my father to Baguio. the last time my father went there was when he was still working for RCPI during the 70s. since my father is an architect, he naturally enjoys artworks. so we thought of bringing him to Oh My Gulay.it's an art gallery and a restaurant at the same time, which offers vegetarian cuisine. make sure to get your order first and you'll have enough time to roam around the fifth floor of La Azotea building along Session Road.there are different items and icons influenced by Cordillera's culture. you get to choose were to have your meal. either a nice view of the place or a view near it's window that overlooks a part of the city.i enjoyed looking at the artworks but not much with the meal. maybe because im not a vegetarian in the first place or maybe because there was nothing really special with the food.Oh My Gulay is on the fifth floor of La Azotea Building along Session road. just a tip, don't ask the locals where Oh My Gulay is, instead ask them where La Azotea building.[what you shouldn't miss there]>>> the artworks all over the place occupying a two-floor height area.
[why i should go back] >>> to bring vegetarian friends and at least let them enjoy the all organic meals. trip rate:
restaurant aura: 3.5
art gallery: 4.0