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O' Mai Khan


This restaurant is located at the Upper Session Road in Baguio City. It's one of the famous dining places there because of its affordable meals and the mongolian buffet. I would've love to sample the mongolian spread but since the place was packed when we dined there, we just opted to order the set meals.

Thanks to M for the dinner treat at O' Mai Khan.





Tempura Meal. This was ordered by my daughter who loves shrimp, shrimp, and shrimp. Very good and huge serving also. She already ate some of the shrimp that's why there's only three left on the photo. It was paired with veggie tempura also.




Tanique Steak. This is what I ate. Yumminess! Can't finish this all by myself. Huge!!! 

Note to self: Eat at O'Mai Khan again when in Baguio and try the Mongolian buffet.

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