Why I put in 2013 for my previous post is beyond me.. but I guess it’s a good thing. It’s about time I keep looking forward instead of being stuck in the past, accept what has already happened and move on.. which is why let’s move on to what we ate (for lunch and dinner) for our first day in Baguio! :)
We were quite skeptical when mom insisted on having lunch in Oh My Gulay, a vegetarian restaurant. More so when we had to climb up five floors to get there. On our way up, I kept wondering whether it was worth it since mom did our itinerary and I did no research - at all. Fortunately, it was a really nice surprise. :)
The place was so quirky and had a very relaxed vibe which I absolutely loved.
Tin just had to climb everything! There were so many interesting spots, we had a hard time deciding on a table.
I had the Kabute Pasta since I am a fan of mushrooms! The pasta was saucy and the serving was huge.
And I think we had three orders for the Oh My Gulay Rice which was yummy and healthy at the same time. Seriously, someone bring a vegetarian place as affordable as this one near me!
Sibuyas Kabute Omelet for Tin. I didn’t get a bite of this one but Tin slurped it down as fast as she can so it must be good.
I definitely enjoyed everything (except for the ones I didn’t get to taste) but this Lumpia Salad is my favorite!
Unfortunately, I couldn’t distinguish between the three different crepe flavors - which I also didn’t get to taste due to the fact that I had the flu the whole time we were in Baguio. :(
For dinner, we went to Session Road and decided on Solibao Restaurants. Admittedly, the decision was made by picking which restaurant had an available table for five. Nearly all the restaurants were packed! We had to walk up and down the street (and I mean that literally) looking for a place to eat. Ugh, one of the down sides of going to tourist spots during the holidays.
Don’t you just love how they serve the rice, though? :)
I won’t be able to tell which dish is which as I was too hungry to care at the time. We went here after going biking for an hour, everyone was starving! But we had pancit for the birthday girl (Tin).
Tipid sa plato! Hahaha!
We also ordered one of their bilao specials which consisted mainly of grilled meat (and seafood).
And I ordered Bulalo. I needed something hot and soup-y for the flu.
My body never really cooperates with vacations, remember our Cagayan Valley trip? Sigh.