Sagada Strawberry Cafe

South Rd., Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada Strawberry Cafe
4.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

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Myra L.
5.0 Stars

This is the best place to eat in Sagada!

Food has large portions (almost good for two) and is very affordable compared to other restos. Every rice meal comes with veggies at P120. I especially like their adobo, it has more than the usual soy-vinegar taste. I think it has ginger but I'm not sure, basta masarap! The Mountain Tea is P30, same price as other restos but they include calamansi and honey. Sulit!

And lastly, the best yogurt in town! Fresh strawberries balances the sourness of the yogurt. They also serve it with mango or banana, or granola and honey if there's no fruit available. This is P80.

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Charles G.
4.0 Stars

This cafe is one of the cheapest food places we've been to so far but it doesn't mean that it isn't good. For dessert on the way home we tried the Pancakes with Strawberry Jam and the Strawberry Yogurt.

The Pancakes were okay. Nothing to write home about. The one thing I do appreciate is that they crisp the sides so it melds well with the butter and jam. Not a huge fan of the über sweet jam though

Yogurt is the best tasting one I've had locally. It's not too sour and has that good hint of sweetness that balances the tart out. I wanted to really taste it so I ordered another one without the Jam, only the strawberries. My delight to its taste profile was confirmed! Since they also grow their Strawberries around the property, one can really taste the freshness.

If you are a Yogurt or Strawberry aficionado you better pass by and try them out once you're in Sagada.

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Jovin B.
4.0 Stars

Had a good time here. Although I was just there to eat the friendly atmosphere and cute drawing of strawberry's and other colorful things. Food was OK for the price as everything food in Sagada is expensive. It's perfect place to relax after spelunking through the Sagada caves.

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Gj A.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Allen Y.
5.0 Stars

We had late lunch here after our cave connection activity. I really like the fact that their service was fast because you can just imagine how hungry we were.

Food was good. I love their chopsuey. It goes well with the daing na bangus. And their rice serving was kinda big. Funny thing is, when we asked for calamansi, they gave us lemon. Sosyal!

Anyway, food is relatively cheap compared to others. Price range is from 80-150php for sandwiches and rice meals. Friendly waiters, too!

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