Do you want to experience and understand the lingo of food? Then Sagada is one place your palate must come to taste.
Besides the numerous natural attractions this mountainous town offers to every tourist, it is also being raved for the growing number of cafes and restos that prepare good food.
***Some of the above photos were captured by my good friend Marje 🙂
Perhaps, the most established among these is The Yoghurt House. Cliché as it may sound but you haven’t been to Sagada if you haven’t eaten at this famed “yoghurt” place. It is called such because it was their yoghurt that made this food hub well-known. Topped with granola, strawberry preserves and banana, their yoghurt’s sour with a hint of ssaccharine goodness kept me coming back for the past 8 years.
Aside from yoghurt, they also serve a variety of pasta and meat dishes which are all palatine-satiating and tummy-filling. The food price ranges from P80-300. (Some may find it quite expensive but I am pretty sure that once you taste it + that generous serving, you wouldn’t mind paying for such amount).
The place in itself is a delight to the eyes. The vibrant signage outside would easily catch one’s attention. The interior is adorned with Cordilleran artefacts. The wooden tables make the place more cozy, homey and really inviting. I personally love the balcony.
So if it’s your first time in Sagada, make sure to drop by The Yoghurt House. From the municipal hall and the bus station, it is just about a 5-minute walk.
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