First of all, I think it's good that there is at least one more vegetarian place in Baguio. To be very fair, we only went in for a snack although I also saw the next table having either a very late lunch (at about 4pm) or an early dinner. My hubby had the kamakura sandwich while I had some pancit and some kind of veggie crackling and a strawberry lassi. Frankly, really nothing to shout about and not just because we've had much much better vegetarian even vegan food elsewhere. My noodles were greasy along with the crackling. Salads and sandwiches aside, I noticed that the menu was full of fried and greasy fare which although is technically still vegetarian rather seems at least for me to defeat the purpose of a good number of people who turn vegetarian for health rather than ethical/religious reasons. I observed the same thing with the table beside me which ordered either fried foods or mock meat dishes. Finally, it being Baguio, the strawberry capital of the Philippines, I was at least looking forward to my strawberry lassi. When it came, it was not chilled enough. When I asked for crushed ice to remedy this, I was told they had none and gave me unappetizing-looking ice chunks instead (looking like it was knife-carved out of a block). Moreover, it also tasted like the strawberry got blended in only at the last minute because there were a few solid strawberry pieces but not much taste in the liquid itself. That was my disappointment. I was hoping a refreshing drink would at least wash down my greasy snack. So, all in all, though I appreciate their cozy little set-up, my experience was sadly a let-down.
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