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Food and restaurants in Cagayan Valley

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Fast Food Restaurant
“It is interesting to note that no matter how mothers with babies and toddlers thrive in Sagada, there don't seem to be any shop selling baby stuff. Except for 7J's. They are working on adding baby essentials to their merch. This store is also stocked with a wide array of apparel and accessories apart from the souvenirs that you can also find in the other local shops.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“They are located by the side of the road, with a panoramic view of the nearby ranges. And if you feel like dining with a good read, you'd be welcome to borrow a book from their mini-library!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
“Yogurt House is about halfway between the town center and BnB on the Hill. It's probably the most popular restaurant in Sagada, and for good reason: you get good food and plenty of it! Try the yogurt, of course, and the pasta dishes get great reviews, as does most of the food.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Up for some grilled pork or chicken for dinner? This is your joint. They come highly recommended. They serve them with potato fries and salad greens which has a wonderful dressing! Lightly sweet with a kick of spice! And did I tell you how their meat simply drips with amazing thick sauce?”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Sagada Taste is a quaint little food stop right beneath the Labanet Lodge along the South Road. Don't let their size fool you, it's great, and they have a delectable set of choices for meals. Not to mention a consistent sense of décor utilizing the intricate Sagada woven patterns.”
  • 1 local recommends
Bar
“Are you down for some local craft beer and grilled sausages? Then this is the place for you. It is in the middle of the woods and at the outskirts; you could hire a shuttle or walk under the stars.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Conveniently located near the entrance of the Lumiang Cave, you might want to stop first for a tall drink of macha green iced tea in this rustic hangout before entering the bowels of the earth. Are glass noodles made of glass or are they just like the regular ramen? That's a food for thought. If you haven't had coffee wine yet, you should get a glass or a bottle of Bauko's finest here.”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Log Cabin is a Sagada institution. Drop by in the afternoon, reserve and order in advance, and you'll have a huge hearty meal ready for you! Watch for their buffet dinners on weekends or special occasions. Be sure to reserve in advance!”
  • 3 locals recommend

Cafes

Café
“Their strawberry yogurt is a delightful swirl of honey with fresh and preserved strawberries. Compared to the other yogurt blends in town, theirs is not too sour but with just the right sweetness. They also have them plain and with mangoes, when in season.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Café
“If you're on the hunt for the authentic Sagada brew, you can only find it here. This is the only coffee shop that processes and serves civet coffee (Kape Alamid), named so from the droppings of the civet cats that are endemic to the area. Apart from their exotikape, they also brew their Arabica house blend and prepare delectable meals.”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Erl's is a simple eatery under the market that serves simple food cooked to order at budget prices. It's a local favorite. Try the sisig!”
  • 1 local recommends