Sagada Lemon Pie House

South Rd., Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada Lemon Pie House
4.0
4.0 Stars

46 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 13
  • 4 stars 21
  • 3 stars 11
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 48 Reviews
  • 22 Recommend
  • 46 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Phone
+639077820360

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Most Recent Reviews

Sopia S.
4.0 Stars

Lemon pie, hot chocolate, big serving carbonara, lava cake! Very affordable and worth the price.

Went here to grab some dessert and try their famous lemon pie. It was really good and cheap!

Their P150 carbonara is good for 2 people already, which I didn't expect.

What I liked most was their hot chocolate. Chocolatey and again, big serving same thing with choco lave cake!

Yum! 128077🏽

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Alana B.
4.0 Stars

Very nice lemon tea and lemon pie after trekking the caves. So cheap TOO!

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Sandy V.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Piya S.
5.0 Stars

I like their Lemon Pie! The best! 128077🏻

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Greis Y.
4.0 Stars

Of Course its a must when in Sagada 128522
We went here monday morning, they open at 7:30am unlike most popular cafe's in sagada w/c open at 8:30am.
We ordered their breakfast menu, budget friendly for 100 pesos, it comes with your choice of omellete or sunny side up egg, hotdog (2pcs) or longganisa (1pc), rice, and a sidedish of fresh vegetable salad (tomatoes, pipino, lettuce) the taste is okay, wala namang super special. We tried to take out a box of lemon pie pero you have to pre order / pre reserve for atleast a day pala. I wasnt aware so i was unable to takehome 128533 we just ordered a slice of lemon pie for 30 pesos/slice, truly if you want something to refresh ur palate this is a must try! Not too sweet and the crust is just right.

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Mari G.
5.0 Stars

I arrived at this place 5pm, unfortunately they have no other food aside from Lemon Pie, rice are not available as of yet.
Lemon Pie - 30php per slice. It taste sooooooooooo good, not to sour, not too sweet. Perfect for the mountain milk tea for 20php.
Taste, Price, Experience - 128077🏻128076🏻🖐🏻

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Lady J T.
5.0 Stars

Lemon pie is 128155.

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Karla D.
5.0 Stars

I loved the ambiance and of course the lemon pie! The sour filling which is made of lemon compliments the sweet taste of the outer layer and the crust so well. You must try it once you go there in Sagada. You'll love it for sure. 128522

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Gj A.
3.0 Stars

chicken curry & lemon lemon pie for lunch/dinner!128517

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Allen Y.
4.0 Stars

If you want to refresh your palette, then this is the place to be but be sure to order the lemon pie. 128514

Their lemon pie has a tangy taste, sweet but not too sweet. It goes perfectly well with the mountain tea, imho.

Please don't be fooled by the name as they also offer rice meals and egg pie!

I love their interiors!!! You can opt to sit on the floor or at small chairs or the regular ones. You can also sit outside to savor the Sagada air.

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Steffhanie S.
4.0 Stars

After a full day of exhilarating yet fulfilling outdoor activities, we were all so worn out and what else can boost us up once again? Good food yay!

As a group, we all has the goal to be able to try as many restaurants, cafes, and eateries that there are in the province. For dinner, we checked out the Lemon Pie House.

At around 6PM, as expected, there were already big groups of people who did occupy almost every table. Good thing there was this long table with only 2 people in it so we asked if we could share for the meantime and just transfer if there comes an available afterwards.

Upon entering the restaurant, I am sure you'll find their furnitures really cute because of their tiny sizes. The long tables were almost 6 inches in height from the ground, asking you to sit on the floor while you eat. There were mini tables and chairs too that initially looked like they're for kids but they can also sit adults.

The interiors were in wooden materials and in the shades of brown and yellow, still highlighting the organic and local vibes that defines the province. Hanged on the walls are artworks of the scenic views and lemon pies in different creative interpretations through watercolor, oil pastels, etc. The whole place it is l actually looked like a painting itself.

So, we approached the counter already. They only had 1 order taker who seemed to be the server too. She seemed scatterbrained already due to the huge crowd that she needed to entertain. We waited for her to calm down a bit and asked for our orders. Unfortunately, they ran out of supplies already thus leaving us with a few choices from the menu including Chicken Adobo and some breakfast rice meals. We were hungry so we didn't think twice. I ordered Chicken Adobo, a slice of their famous Lemon Pie and a cup of Hot Mountain Milk Tea. At least we'll be able to try their pie weee!
My friends ordered their Omelette and Longganisa meals which came with rice, too.

We were looking at the other tables and most of them had ordered the Red Chicken rice meal. It looked like the chicken was dipped in some loads of ketchup and was deep fried. It was sold out and looked as the crowd's favorite so I told myself that I'll probably go back there during the lean season and try that one!

After almost 25 minutes of waiting, our orders all came together! The Chicken Adobo was the bomb because of its super huge serving! It can actually be shared by 2 people! I was so happy with the serving size. When I tasted it, it was OK too. It tastes like our usual adobo back in the metro, not too salty, not too bland, tasty enough to make you ask for another serving of extra rice. I loved how there were so many potatoes in it, nyam nyam!

I tasted Abbey's omelette with onions, cheese and mushroom. I liked how milky and creamy the taste was with the extra delicious taste of the native eggs used for it. It tasted really good and I might come back for this too.

After finishing our meals, the lemon pies and drinks that we ordered haven't been served yet. They seemed to have forgotten about it so we followed up and they did ask for apologies because they really have been rattled with the number of people coming in and out.

I was really excited to have my taste of the province's famous pie. After my first bite, I did appreciate the sourness in it, though I kind of wished that there was more sweetness. It was a bit pale in color too.

What made it even better was the Mountain Milk Tea. Being a fan of milk teas, I really loved the combination of the cream's comforting taste and the tea's local flavor. It was so warm that it made me feel more at home. Another favorite in Sagada yay!

All in all, the experience was OK and I am certain that it'll be much better if there were only a few people around. Some of the sold out meals became available already when we're about to leave so yes, there's a reason to come back to try out more of what they have!

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Potchie M.
4.0 Stars

Definitely the home of awesome lemon pies!!!!
Not too sweet, not too sour. Just enough to clean the palette. :)

Also tried Red Spicy Chicken and Chicken Curry

Red spicy chicken, to me was the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. My boyfriend just don't like the smell. Hahaha.

Chicken curry, nothing special. Your typical curry, filipino style.

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Katrina V.
3.0 Stars

Your Sagada trip will not be complete without tasting the popular Lemon Pie! The place was simple, homey, and quiet during the time we dropped by. I think that was around 5-6pm, no crowd yet. We ordered a slice of the pie and their mountain tea. I liked the meringue layer on top. It gave a nice texture to the soft crust and the lemony filling. The tea though was nothing special but complimented the pie. If you can't eat here, don't forget to buy a box though as pasalubong.128521

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Demie E.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Aileen M.
4.0 Stars

I'm not a fan of pies except for pizza but I've fallen in love with Sagada's Lemon Pie. It has a lemony tangy taste and not too sweet you'll even crave for more. A box or two wouldn't hurt your extra baggage. I heard from a friend that it is already sold out when she visited the place. I feel sorry for her for not getting even a slice of it. And sorry for myself too for not satisfying my cravings since I asked her for a pasalubong. When will I taste you again, Lemon Pie? 128525128076

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Jerrick S.
3.0 Stars

Looks like a momon but taste like lemon.. #lemonpie 128513

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Jeanne Stephanie E.
4.0 Stars

They say their lemon pie is a must try when you are in Sagada. Bottom part is flaky then inside is the lemon custard that is a bit sour then on top is a layer of soft meringue. I ate the pie with their mountain milk tea.

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Jen L.
3.0 Stars

big serving sa ulam not the rice haha :)

get there early to have your lemon pie, bilis maubos ;)

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Sara E.
5.0 Stars

First thing first. Lemon pie + Arabica coffee. 1278199749

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Roy T.
3.0 Stars

Not too sweet and just the right tarty taste. We just found the base quite overcooked.

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