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Sagada: Where to Eat?

After an hour long hike to Bomod-Ok Falls or touring and sightseeing around the Echo Valley, or an extraordinary caving experience in Lumiang and Sumaguing caves, time to reward yourself a good meal. Here are some food establishments that you can try in Sagada.

Salt & Pepper Diner

The restaurant is located upstairs on the second floor, which also have a balcony. They offer American and traditional dishes, sandwiches, steaks as well as vegetarian dishes. They cooked their food in a very homey style and have a big serving for each plate.

  • Location: 2619 Sagada South Road. Besides SAGGAS' (Sagada Genuine Guides Association) office
  • Restaurant Hours: 6:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Price Range: PhP 90 - 200
  • Personal Rating: 4/5

Stir Fried Veggies with Rice
Rosemary Inutom
Lemon Pie

Kimchi Bar & Restaurant

A Korean restaurant and bar with a reggae vibe. Restaurant walls are filled with recycled displays like empty bottles and bottle caps. They have a wall where you can write something. Besides Korean dishes, they also serve Filipino dishes. We didn't try the Korean dishes since it will take a while to prepare so we ordered something easy to cook. The food tastes average. The place is perfect to chill out and have some drinks.

  • Location: Sagada South Road
  • Price Range: PhP 150 - 300
  • Personal Rating: 3/5
Bottle caps and cigarette boxes
Fast order, Chicken Curry
Pork Adobo

Masferré Restaurant

We haven't tried their specialty which I read is sandwiches and subs since we were leaving soon so we just ordered what is already cooked. Their breads is also a must try here.

  • Location: Sagada South Road
  • Price Range: PhP 100 - 200
  • Personal Rating: 3.5/5
Spam, egg and Melon breakfast
Their breads
Pretzel and chocolate bread


Aside from yogurt, they also serve rice meals, sandwiches, and salads. The place has a nice ambiance. It's a 2-storey house with a balcony, but still it's always crowded. You'll also need patience while waiting for your food. The food was great, but their yogurt was just okay.

  • Location: Sagada South Road, near Yellow House Inn
  • Restaurant Hours: 8:00 am – 8:30 pm
  • Price Range: PhP 90 - 200
  • Personal Rating: 4/5
Soup of the day: Corn soup
Roasted eggplant in basil pasta
Chicken cashew favorite
Fruits in Season Yoghurt

Sagada Lemon Pie House

Your Sagada trip won't be complete if you didn't try this place. This place is popular, of course, because of its lemon pie. But aside from lemon pies, they also serve rice meals and other desserts like egg pies and seasonal fruit pies. The place has a nice wooden interior that makes you feel you're inside a cabin. A must try here also is the lemon tea. Btw, if you are ordering a whole pie, you need to reserve it a day before.

  • Location: Sagada South Road, 5-7 minute walk from Yoghurt House
  • Restaurant Hours: 6:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Price Range: PhP 25 - 200
  • Personal Rating: 4/5
Cozy cabin feel
Onion and cheese omelete with longainsa
Lemon tea and pie

Sagada Brew

Recently opened in 2013, Sagada brew serves excellent coffee. The place is not that big but has a cozy ambiance. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will just need to wait to be seated since this place is always jam-packed. The food is great and it's worth the wait. They also sell coffee beans, cakes, and cookies.

  • Restaurant Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Price Range: PhP 100 - 200
  • Personal Rating: 4.5/5

Peppermint chocolate
Longanisa with egg and mountain rice
Corned beef with mountain rice
Forgot the name of this cake, but it's really good

Log Cabin

If you're looking for a buffet, then here's the place you can go. Log Cabin has a Saturday night buffet (yes, Saturday night only) that starts around 7 pm until 10 pm. For 500 PhP, you can have different types of dishes. Just make sure you make a reservation ( +63 915 671 7949) or you will have to wait to be seated. The restaurant has a cozy log cabin ambiance. The place has a lot of antique decorations, candles on the table and a nice fireplace. The food and service were great. It's really a must try restaurant in Sagada.

  • Location: Sagada West Road, near Ganduyan Museum
  • Restaurant Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm (Mon-Fri) / 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Sat) / 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Sun)
  • Price Range: PhP 150 - 500
  • Personal Rating: 4.5/5

Restaurant interior
Our very accommodating and friendly waiter
Carrot bread
Chicken stuffed with something

That is just a few of the food places you can try in Sagada. There are several others that I haven't tried yet, but hope this gives you an idea where to eat in Sagada. You may also check out my travel guide for tourist spots and places to stay in Sagada. Thanks for reading!
Cheers from Sagada!


Hey there, thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed reading my article and helped you out with some travel tips and ideas. Please do leave a comment if you have some comments or suggestions and I'll gladly answer it. Cheers!

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