Things to do in SAGADA | Where to Eat

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Eating in Sagada is an adventure on its own. You can never go hungry in this town because everywhere you go there is a culinary feast waiting for you.

top left: Masferre Restaurant, top right: Yoghurt House, bottom left: Log Cabin, bottom right: Lemon Pie House

Here is the list of restaurants to try when you're in Sagada

Masferre Restaurant
Masferre is a quick food service eatery which offers cooked meals of different viands for those travelers on the go. It's the most accessible restaurant from all we've tried in terms of location. Their food is cheap and tasty.

Masferre Restaurant

Yoghurt House
One of the most famous and in demand restaurants in Sagada is Yoghurt House. We are lucky that we came here earlier than the peak dinner time. People are willing to wait outside just to get seats in this restaurant. Expect to have big servings and don't forget to order their famous yoghurt desserts.

Yoghurt house | top right: Breaded Pork in Sweet and Sour with Salad (P220),
bottom left: Pan fried Beef with Veggies, Salad and Red Rice (P200),
bottom right: Roasted Pork with Veggie Salad (P200)

l-r: Banana Granola Starwberry Yoghurt (P100), Yoghurt Cake (P60), Chocolate Chip Cookie Yoghurt (P100)

Lemon Pie House
Famous for, well lemon pies of course. Go here to buy pasalubongs for only P200 per box. Aside from pies they also serve meals but we never get to try it. It's also nice to hang out in this warm rustic place. I love their Japanese style dining :)

Lemon Pie House

Tip: Order in advance, they don't accept ready made orders especially during peak season. For instance we ordered 3 boxes of lemon pies during lunch time then we picked it up the same day during dinner time.

Lemon Pie P25 per slice

Log Cabin
Log Cabin is a French restaurant owned by a French chef. The best dining experience for me! We availed the Saturday eat all you can buffet for P390 and it was a gastronomical feast. The cozy ambience sets a calming mood to their customers. 

Log Cabin

I came back at the buffet 3 times- SULIT! The French owner taught his cuisine to his local sous chef who now cooks for their customers The meal every Saturday varies, this time they served Cold Cucumber Soup, Roasted Paprika Pork, Stuffed Chicken, Focaccia Bread with Chili Mango Salsa, Aubergine, Zucchini  and Green Veggies in homemade mayo.

Tip: For sure slots book and deposit a day in advance especially if you are big in a group.


There are still more restaurants to try in this mystical town and if I go back there I will definitely try the others. If you're not a fan of death defying adventures like my Papa, you will still enjoy Sagada because of the food.

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