Sagada Brew

Staunton Rd., Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada Brew
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30 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 13
  • 3 stars 5
  • 2 stars 0
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Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens: 7:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+639989886257

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 7:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Karol L.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Piya S.
5.0 Stars

Their foods are healthy! 128077🏻

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Patrick V.
5.0 Stars

Upon arriving at around 2pm, I immediately asked.. "Kuya, may lava cake po?"

"Sorry sir, ubos na."

#Heartbreak

He said they were just starting to make another batch.

So I just decided to eat my very late lunch while waiting for the tour to Lake Danum. Ordered the Sagada Orange Chicken. It was good as I expected. Very sulit for 200 pesos!

Sorry to say this but the hero for me was the salad! The dressing was sooo good! Promise!

After eating, the lava cake still wasn't available so I had to come back another day for the lava cake.

(Patience, my friend.)

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Lena L.
4.0 Stars

I love their roast beef. 128077128077128077128077128077
Pesto is super dry. 128078128078128078
I love their sagada orange shake.128077128077128077128077128077
I love the place.
One thing i don't like is that they will not give you the receipt, you need to fall in line at the counter again to pay. Hassle.

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Jam O.
3.0 Stars

The foods are delicious but the only problem is that it takes so much time before they serve the food and it's pathetic. We waited for like 1.5 hrs. 128553

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Karla D.
5.0 Stars

If you will visit sagada for soul searching, vacation or just for sight seeing, this is one of the places that you should go and give a try when you're hungry or if you just want to chill.

Sagada Brew serves meal, pasta, coffee and dessert. When we went there, we tried their coffee and cake.

I ordered their macchiato and their lava cake. The coffee was good. The lava cake was just okay, until I reached the middle of the cake. It has hot chocolate inside of the lava cake. And i loved it! I loved the idea of putting it in the center just like the lava of the volcano. 128516

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Kate R.
4.0 Stars

This is the only close to fine restaurant type of eatery in Sagada.
If you want different food you should definitely try here. They have a small place and 2 staffs. One who takes the order and one who cleans up the table. When we get there its a little chaotic and the one who takes the order looks stressed out. But we didnt bother at all, we just want to eat good food. 128522
Food: we had roast beef with Purple rice and salad. The roast beef is thinly sliced covered with mushroom sauce, you dont have to chew it big time! Purple rice is unique taste a little like ube but milder version 128514. Their servings are generous, perfect for crumbling tummies haha. I really liked this meal sooo delish!

For drinks, i've tried their iced lemon ginger shake, it was sooo refreshing, I love ginger already! Plus their peppermint mocha is sooooo addicting too!

I believe that Sagada brew is the most decent restaurant in Sagada.

You should try it when you're in Sagada.

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Steffhanie S.
5.0 Stars

Despite the long lines and the unknown waiting time, we braved the flock of people to have a taste of another loved, famous restaurant, Sagada Brew.

Sagada Brew was located at the far end part of the town center, around 10-15 minutes walk from the tourist center.

We arrived there at around 6:30PM and was a bit surprised when we saw that all the tables were occupied and despite that, there was still a long line of customers willing to wait for their turns to experience the restaurant's dishes.

We instantly placed our orders, hoping that there'll be magic and it'll come in a snap but oh, we were asked by the waiter if we're willing to wait and we said yes, so, wait.

The dark wooden exteriors of the resto gave it that accentuated local, organic look with a casual, cool vibe with its simple wooden long tables and cots inside, good for groups of friends and families. Outside, there was a balcony/terrace looking dining area that gave the place a hipper and nicer touch wherein guests can enjoy people watching, daylight sightseeing and nighttime sky watching. Inside, there were wooden stands for Sagada products that were for sale - Mountain Tea Leaves, Black Rice, Arabica Coffee, accessories, etc.

So, after 1 1/2 hours, our orders finally arrived! We were so happy that every single time our orders were placed, we would clap our hands and scream Yehey! Haha!

I ordered their Pesto Pasta/Creamy Pasta for P150. The serving was actually good for two people. The pasta was cooked just fine, not too al dente. What made it worth remembering was the extra fresh taste of the basil. I could taste the juicyness of the basil leaves, as if they were freshly crushed and mixed with some olive oil and tossed into the pasta. Aaah, it was really flavorful!

Abbey ordered the Vegetables in Olive Oil Pasta for P150. It was the last order to come and when it did, woah, we were so surprised with how huge the serving was! It was actually good for 2-3 pax! The pasta sauce was red, so it looked a bit weird as we expected that it was oil based. The veggies did include tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini and string beans, the most surprising ingredient along with the calamansi on the side. We taught that this may be a pasta/pansit version for them and as a lover of both, I actually enjoyed the mixture of vegetables in a somewhat oil - tomato based pasta. I loved the crispness of all the veggies in it, the freshness of their look too.

Dane ordered their Adobo and the serving was huge too. Some of our new met friends ordered Callos, Kaldereta, etc. and their plates all looked colorful, huge and delicious. We were all actually full and happy with our orders. Sumptuous servings with affordable prices so indeed, it was worth waiting for.

For breakfast the next day, I made sure to go visit Sagada Brew again as I badly can't miss their Brewed Coffee (P50) and Lava Cake (P150), the one in the photo. Good thing there weren't a lot of people the time we went there.

Their coffee was really BARAKO! The strong kick of the bitter taste was tolerable enough for me and was a good pangpagising. I can imagine that it would still taste good if you add creamer and sugar.

THE LAVA CAKE WAS SO YUMMY, THANK YOU HEAVENS! The chewy, chocolatey, gooey cake was so so nice to eat with its perfect texture and sweetness. There were actually chocolate bits inside too. The overflowing chocolate syrup from the inside tasted really well combined with the mini white chocolate on top of the cake. Goodness, every bite was heavenly in all its sense! It's the type of cake that wouldn't make you feel too sinful because it's not too sweet, just sweet enough to let you finish the whole for yourself.

More than the food, I also enjoyed the homey and warm feeling that Sagada Brew gave most especially when the place isn't too full with guests. It gave that feels as if you were really home even if you're far from home. Definitely worth visiting!

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Ivy R.
4.0 Stars

Sagada Brew has more variety on their menu items compared to other restaurants in the area. I ordered their chili peppers, which is stuffed bell pepper with ground beef. You can pair it with either rice or bread. I chose rice. They serve black rice here, like any other restaurants in Sagada. The taste of black rice reminds me of Mexican black beans. Their pesto chicken sandwich and bistek Tagalog are also good!

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Berry F.
5.0 Stars

We were stranded in Sagada because of Typhoon Ineng last week. Due to bad weather, there was no electricity and all outdoor activities were cancelled so all we have to do is to eat. Most of the restos were closed. We were lucky Sagada Brew rescued our empty stomachs.

I ordered chicken roulade. The meal was so delicious I really loved it! For only 200 you can have a complete meal (with fresh salad and farmer's rice) with unlimited citrus water and a chocolate crinkle for dessert. On the second day, I had chicken marinated in rosemary. But I liked my previous meal parin.

God bless Sagada Brew and may you have more empty tummies to fill in when typhoon/bad weather strikes. 128522

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Van G.
5.0 Stars

We overheard that the place serves great tasting food so we decided to check it out over dinner. While we were ordering and talked in Cebuano, the staff said that he was Cebuano and all the other staffs as well. Hahaha. I love the place already. hahaha.

For P200 you get to choose one viand and it comes with rice, a side salad and citrus water.

We ordered Callos which was really really flavorful. The meat was tender making it an enjoyable dish. We also tried their Roast Beef which was drenched in creamy white sauce.

By far the best tasting restaurant we ever tried in Sagada (not to sound biased because the cook is Cebuano) hahaha.

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Demie E.
3.0 Stars

Nah. We waited 1.5hrs before our food were served. I hope they'll hire more staff/crew.

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Chin P.
3.0 Stars

I ordered bacon & beans for breakfast for P150. It was good and I liked that it had a side of salad. We went here on a Tuesday, some of the items on the menu were not available. We were also the only customers that's why it was hard not to notice that the whole place wasn't kept well at all. There were so many used plates and glasses & the crew is not bothering to clean the tables. We knew that flies are common in the area but I think they should double their effort in keeping the place clean. I would still come back to try their other dishes if they improve their service.

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Jen L.
4.0 Stars

overheard people saying masungit mga staffs, but HELLO, d ba nakasulat SELF-SERVICE! serve yourselves with the water and seasonings here :)

i like the consistency of the food, lalo na hot choco with marsh mallow nila hahaha

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Sara E.
5.0 Stars

What's for dinner? Try this Tuna omelette when you dine in Sagada Brew. Tuna flakes sauteed with garlic, tomatoes, onions and cheese; served with rice and salad for only P200. Definitely a nom nom heaven. 12806910084

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Roy T.
5.0 Stars

For 100php only!!! It was really really good!!!!

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Kring K.
4.0 Stars

Chicks in sagada orange sauce. Yummy. My only complain is that super bagal ng service like we wait for abt 20 mins per order. Pero okay na din. Classy un place. :)

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Ig Plummer S.
4.0 Stars

The food is good here. I liked their lava cake, it was simple yet mouth watering dessert. They have big servings.

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Isha S.
1.0 Stars

My friends and I came in here for some snacks before we headed back to our hostel for the evening.

We ordered three of their cakes - chocolate (lava), blueberry and cinammon. The first two were priced at about 150 pesos while the cinnamon one was 60 pesos. We also ordered two of their drinks, but I cannot even remember what they were because we never got them.

At the time of our visit, there was some kind of film crew filming the place, doing a sort of segment on the food and whatnot, I presume. But the cafe was open for business and there were lots of other customers inside eating pasta, having coffee, etc. So we ordered and got our cakes after a few minutes. Easy peasy because they were already on display at the counter.

However, after we finished the cakes, no drinks yet so we followed up. "Ginagawa na" said the oldest server, who seemed to be the owner/manager. 10 minutes later, we followed up again to a different person. We were still talking to him when be turned his back on us and went into the kitchen. How rude! We followed up yet again. "Ginagawa na" once more. Finally, we didn't realize it because we were talking but an hour had already passed! When we were visibly pissed off and asked what had happened and we will just go, one of the servers even got angry at us? Asking us in an annoyed tone who we ordered from, etc. And the manager/owner asked us what did we order again? Are you @&!@ kidding me? You lie to us and tell us "ginagawa na" but in reality, wala pala. We were so angry, we paid for the cakes and stormed out of there. Apparently, a lot of other people had the same experience and left as well.

They should have at least shut down the resto na lang to accommodate the film crew. Ugh. I don't know how they expect to attract new customers if they can't handle the ones they already have. Tsk3. No apology even! Worst service ever.

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Abegail H.
4.0 Stars

A new place to try in Sagada. Kung sawa ka na sa free coffee ng lodge mo then grab one here. White Chocolate Capuccino!!! A must!!!

The bars in the picture is just 20 pesos each, there are other cakes to try too.

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