Salt & Pepper Diner (& All Other Spices in Between!)
The house was jam-packed and busy with activity. Customers gather by the counter where orders are taken and patiently wait for other diners to vacate tables. And the clincher? Very patient and accommodating staff, even to the most irritated clients. The Salt & Pepper Diner can be found tucked in a cozy crook that opens to a spacious area on the second floor of a wooden building in the heart of Sagada’s food street. It is the home of inutom, a type of chicken dish native to the region. Honey Lemon Inutom (P170) If you’re in for something totally one-of-a-kind, try their etag pizza! Etag is Sagada’s salted smoked pork. […]
Log Cabin Sagada: A Fine Feast!
With the grueling activities that Sagada has to offer, such as trekking and spelunking, it is not impossible to feel famished. After a hot shower and a comforting cup of coffee or tea, treat yourself to an elegant spread at the Log Cabin! Photo from Trip Advisor website Although not located at the town center, the Log Cabin can be reached in five to ten minutes by walking. It is very hard to miss: it is literally a log cabin perched on a rock by one of the town’s main roads. Climb up the stone stairs and into a cottage that can be very well be your grandparents’ home: warm, […]
Sagada Brew: More than Just Coffee
It has been said once and we’ll say it again: Sagada is a town made for walking. Most of the time, first-time tourists find it tiring to go up and down the hilly food street in this sleepy town. Sagada Brew can change that. Located at almost the end of Sagada Road, Sagada Brew is not just a cafe. It is also a restaurant where you can have an appetizing breakfast or lunch and a dessert place where you can get home-made baked goodies at reasonable prices. Although the restaurant is quite small and the interior is simple, the combination of the pale yellow walls, the wooden tables and chairs […]