Oh My Gulay! Vegetarian Artist Cafe at Baguio City Part 1 (Photoblog entry)

Tsinoy Foodies Kurt and I went to Baguio City last October 2011 but failed to dine at Oh My Gulay! because it was already closed when we arrived at around 7:30 p.m. on a Sunday night.  We hope to come back the next day but we were told they do not open on Mondays.  

Last week, we got to visit Baguio City and Oh My Gulay! with fellow bloggers courtesy of Eurotel Baguio (see separate entry).   We were all excited as we went up the La Azotea Building located at Session Road.  We didn't mind going up the stairs to reach Oh My Gulay! at the fifth floor.

Upon reaching the fourth floor, we saw the sign of Oh My Gulay! leading to the fifth floor.  Upon reaching the end of the staircase, we saw the bizarre entrance of Oh My Gulay! which was decorated by colored tiles.

We were surprised that the old facade of the La Azotea Building is Oh My Gulay! and its paradise of both nature and artistry.  I hope you don't mind if I let the pictures express themselves.

All of us couldn't help but wander around the place before settling in to order.  The venue was huge.  It had different sections so you choose the ambiance you prefer.

Art at Oh My Gulay! took many forms from abstract to sculptures.  

Tsinoy Foodies Kurt and I were amused that there was cave leading to a Rizal Gallery.  

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