Azotea Greens Vegetarian Restaurant serves vegetarian food in the heart of Baguio City on Session Road. They serve Filipino favorites such as adobo, ginataan, kaldereta, mushroom sisig, barbecue kebabs, siopao, and various vegetarian desserts. Meals start at P95 and are served with brown rice with 2 viands (entrees).
Azotea Greens also has a small selection of frozen gluten sausages, hams, or chicken, and they carry vegetarian health products such as shampoos, soaps, lotions, etc.
2nd Floor, La Azotea Building, Session Road
Baguio City, Philippines
Hours: 10am -9pm
Bliss Cafe is fine vegetarian dining with superb service. The staff are very knowledgable about the food and the cuisine is unique and creative. They serve Filipino, Indian, American, and Mexican cuisine.
Entrees start around P200+ ($4.70 USD), but expect to spend a bit more on coffee or wine to enjoy the free wifi and art space.
On some weekends, the cafe hosts guest speakers and every Sunday they play an art house movie for free.
Hotel Elizabeth, Gibraltar Street (at /near Wright Park) Baguio City, Philippines
Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat-Sun 9am-9pm
Using the freshest local & organic ingredients, Heaven On Earth Vegetarian Center offers Filipino and Asian vegan cuisine that is affordable and tasty. Heaven On Earth does not use dairy products (milk, butter, eggs), garlic or onions in their dishes. Their food is filling, delicious, healthy, and home made with love!
Budget meals include 2 viands (entrees) and local brown rice. Try their vegetarian dishes: Filipino Adobo, Afritada, Sisig, Laing, Mixed Vegetables with tofu or veggie meat, Veggie Burger (made to order!), Fresh juices such as carrot, cucumber, apple.
Abanao Square, 4th Floor, Abanao St.
Baguio City, Philippines
Tel. +63 999 793 9444
Hours: Daily 9:00am – 8:00pm
Oh My Gulay, also known as VOCAS, is both a vegetarian restaurant and a whimsical art gallery set in the heart of Baguio on Session Road. Oh My Gulay is unique, whimsical, and resembles an amazing dream.
They offer salads, pastas, and desserts. For locals, it is the place to get coffee and enjoy the view of Burnham Park and its surrounds.
Prices for salads and pastas are around P100-200, and the coffee is both pleasant and affordable at P50.
The menu is mostly good for vegetarians, and not as vegan friendly. The service is mediocre, but the view and art space is some of the best Baguio has to offer.
Oh My Gulay / VOCAS hosts art events and new art showings. It is a great place to meet local artists and enjoy vegetarian food with a view.
5th floor, La Azotea, Session Road Baguio, Philippines
Tel. +639 18 6676025
Hours: Tues-Sun 11am-5:30pm (sometimes later)
Most of their items are vegan-friendly, but be sure to ask if items have cheese, egg, milk, or butter. The food is delicious and fresh, prepared in an immaculate kitchen.
Budget meals start at P60 with 2 viands (entrees) and 1 scoop of brown rice.
Fresh squeezed juices start at P45, and pastas start at P75. You can also order vegetarian baked items, but my favorite is the vegan chocolate cake and apple pie, which can be ordered in advance.
There is a small store offering fresh organic produce and groceries such as local organic coconut sugar, teas, coffees, brown rice, dried legumes, spices, yogurt, and snacks.
350 Magsaysay Ave, corner Private Road, Lower Magsaysay Tel. 0744242458
Sun-Fri 8am-5pm, closed Sat