I've been to the restaurant three times and really liked it! First of all it wasn't so easy to find for me - just look for azotea building in Google maps first. The atmosphere is nice and I had the mushroom sisig which is really yummy and a good chance to have an idea what Filipino food tastes like! Just tell them that you are a vegan and they can adjust most dishes. You can also have red rice with a small upgrade fee. The azotea greens salad was also really good - greens, tomato, cucumber, sweet potato, olives, apple and a lovely mango sauce. However, the fresh juice contained a lot of fruit pieces, seems like they need a better juicer/blender :D I like the fact that they also had two vegan cakes, I tried a pili nit cream tart. It was good, but I had way better vegan cakes. The service is also quite slow, but maybe that's why they have a "urgent - hiring waiters" note at the door. The paintings are nice and the WiFi is good. The music sounded a bit strange, but never mind. They also have a small selection of products to buy like vegan fish sauce and natural cosmetics and household products selections. I can recommend visiting!
Cons: Waiting Time, Could Have Better Music Boxes