Baguio Trip: Day 3 (Lunch at O'Mai Khan)

Published on March 16, 2009

We went back to the hotel after the floral parade to freshen up. We survived going around Baguio with the use of a map, the same map that suggested us to try out O’Mai Khan. It says that it offers Mongolian cuisine, in which I am so dumb about.

Boyet tried out their Four Seasons drink and I was surprised to see that it is entirely different from the conventional.

Four Seasons for Boyet

If Baguio has strawberry taho, of course they have strawberry shakes. :)

Strawberry Shake for me

I was even more surprised when my baby back ribs arrived at the table. I had second thought if I could even finish eating it. I thought the serving was good for two people but I was able to eat it in a flash.


I also had a taste of what Boyet had. The shrimp was just ordinary but it comes well with the dip which I believe is a mixture of calamansi and butter.


This is my second favorite gastronomic adventure in Baguio next to CafĂ© by the Ruins. But I know it’ll be hard to convince you because my pictures do not speak for themselves. Yeah I know, I forgot to turn on the flash. I am stupid. :p

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