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Oh My Gulay + VOCAS Gallery

We've been to Baguio City so many times but this is our first time to dine at Oh My Gulay.
The past times we wanted to dine was on a Monday (I think), but I suffer senior moment syndrome (SMS) so we always go there on a Monday. NOTE: Oh My Gulay is closed on Mondays.

And aside from being a restaurant, it is also known as the Vocas Gallery.




So while waiting for our order or even before ordering the food, we explored every corner of the place. I think this is the roof deck of La Azotea Building and they just converted it to a gallery/restaurant.

These are some of the life-sized statues.




And because we were not that hungry yet, we just ordered mushroom crepe, squash flower tempura and dalandan juice (very refreshing!).




*** will post the squash flower tempura and dalandan juice photo as soon as I find them.

Oh My Gulay / Vocas Gallery
5F, La Azotea Building
Session Road, Baguio City
*** closed on Mondays

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