Our first stop the moment we arrived in Baguio last friday was O’ Mai Khan. We figured this is where we have to go to satisfy our hungry tummies. Our trip in Baguio was prompted by the need to fix the registration of Ianne A., our beloved Innova. Before going to LTO and checking in at Pine Breeze, we decided to have lunch first.
O’ Mai Khan is known for their Mongolian BBQ buffet and hotpot.
Their Mongolian BBQ Buffet is very affordable at these prices:
- ₱226 -Adult
- ₱160 kids below 4ft
- ₱12 for every egg
The meat available are limited to pork, beef, and chicken and the staff had to put each serving in your bowl for you. You’re free to put in everything else, the rice, vegetables, and sauces.
They give you a number and it’s cooked on this spot on a first come and first serve basis. This is Ykaie’s first Mongolian BBQ experience and she had fun.
Her bowl is sweet with chicken, rice, and a few sayote slices.
I always like mine sweet and spicy and with lots of tofu! I was thinking I’d get only one bowl but sis urged me to get a second bowl. My second bowl tasted like curry and has beef and jicama slices.
peanutbutter♥ also had two bowls but he said he didn’t really enjoy Mongolian BBQ’s because his sauce mixture doesn’t turn out the way he wanted it to taste.
We also ordered Shrimp Tempura on the side. It was served on a bed of small pieces of vegetable tempura.
Ykaie doeesn’t want to leave O’ Mai Khan without dessert. So we got this slice of chocolate cake for her.
It was moist and it satisfied her sweet tooth.
O’ Mai Khan is located at Upper Session Road in Baguio City