January 06, 2015

Sagada Brew: More than Just Coffee

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  • 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 and their glossy finish brings their food and the Sagada charm to light.


    PERFECTLY PREPARED. At only a hundred pesos, Sagada Brew’s caffe latte can give the ones from the trendiest cafes a run for their money.

    One nippy noon, Primer had lunch here and Sagada Brew definitely did not disappoint. With only P300, one will be able to enjoy a sumptuous meal and a fresh cup of coffee. The servers are also attentive and friendly, which makes the whole dining experience very enjoyable.


    HAVE YOU EVER SEEN ROAST BEEF THIS COLORFUL? This meal (P200) is as filling as it is beautiful.

    So, if you feel like having a quite moment with a cuppa or a hot meal, put those boots on and head over to Sagada Brew. With the warm meals and the even warmer atmosphere this restaurant provides, it is definitely worth the walk.


    Written By: Madeline Castillo, contributor

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