Sunday, August 16, 2009

Top vegetarian restaurants in the Philippines

The top 10 vegetarian restaurants in the Philippines were named by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Four of the restaurants in the list are in Metro Manila, two in Baguio, and one each in Batangas, Boracay, and Palawan. Vegetarian food and restaurants will be another series in my blog. So watch out for it. Anyway, here's the list:

Corner Tree Café
150 Jupiter Street, Bel-Air Village, Makati
(02) 8970295 / (0917) 8481004

Greens Café and Restaurant
92 Scout Castor St., Quezon City
(02) 4154796 / 3762781

Daily Veggie N' Café
540 Banawe Street, Quezon City
(02) 7118209 / 7113214

Bodhi (also known as Evegreen)
SM Cubao, SM North EDSA, SM Megamall
SM South Mall, SM City Manila, SM Makati

Outside Metro Manila

Bliss Café
Hotel Elizabeth, Gibraltar Street corner J Felipe, Baguio City
(074) 6190367 / 09178464729

Azotea Greens
Second Floor, La Azotea Building, Session R, Baguio City

Hapilife Healthy Food Corner
8 Corpuz St., West Tapinac, Olongapo City
(0921) 8720258 / (047) 6110249

Ima's Gulay Bar
46 Fernandez Street, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan
(0920) 5333210

Mandala Spa
Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan
(036) 2885858

The Farm
119 Barangay Tipakan, San Benito, Batangas
(02) 696-3795

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  1. What about Oh My Gulay!

  2. That's a great vegetarian resto too. I'm not sure how PETA came out with its list. But there are definitely more than 10 good ones.

  3. Bliss Cafe is on the list! Hurray!
    Oh my Gulay rin sana.

  4. Chaim Smoller26.8.09

    Also mention Adventist university in Silang Cafeteria--really good selection. I believe there is the same at the Adventist Institute of International Studies also in Silang but on Aguanaldo Highway

  5. Thanks for the information. I'm sure more will come up. Is it difficult to get inside campus?

  6. Chaim Smoller26.8.09

    no just leave ID at guard--bit of a walk however but a nice campus and a great view of Laguna d Bay down below and it is always a little cooler breezier there.

  7. Thanks for the information. I'll check it out on the way to Tagaytay. Is it open on weekends?

  8. loulou25.4.11

    I recently stumbled upon this article about vegetarian dining in the Philippines (from PETA din ito). I didn’t know that there were many vegetarian restaurants here! I suggest you read the article here: and discover the benefits of going vegetarian. I thought being a vegetarian was hard because there aren’t enough places to eat from, but I was wrong. The food tastes good and you can help save animals from the inhumane torture they suffer at factory farms!

  9. Anonymous2.6.11

    If you came by to Subic Bay or Olongapo City. Please visit the One and only Vegetarian and Wellness establishment in Olongapo City. Happilife and Wellness corner. Located at No. 16 Corpus St. West Tapinac Olongapo City. Grate Ambiance and very polite, friendly Hospitality... Great food of course and very much Healthy too.. you much not miss this corner when you get to Subic.

  10. Anonymous28.3.12

    There is also one good vegetarian restaurant and raw food in Puerto Princesa City Palawan. They serve 100% vegan. You can check them in Happycow and also tripadvisor. Very delicious food!

  11. We found a new restaurant in Puerto Princesa City Palawan. All foods served are amazing and delicious! You must try this place and I'm sure you will enjoy the food.


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