#KeiseeeDines : Sagada Brew

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Let’s take a quick break from all the blog features and allow me to share to you my personal dining experience at this lovely cafe in my latest trip up in the mountains of Sagada – Sagada Brew : Coffee • Resto • Dessert

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For those that didn’t know, me and my friends went to Sagada, Mountain Province December of last year (which for sure will share to you on a separate blog post). But for this post I wanna focus more about my visit to Sagada Brew, what they had to offer and why you should never miss this place if you are planning to visit Sagada real soon.

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Sagada Brew is located along side of the road to Sumaguing Cave. We decided to have our dinner on our first night there and im sure glad we did. The cafe is quite, small and simple but it somehow felt like home.

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Not to mention great food, good service and if you’re like me who has a sweet tooth, then this is the place to be for yummy desserts! I love the ambiance more especially during night time. They also serve coffee which best paired with great chitchat with friends or with your special someone. 😉

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They also have this little corner that displays beautiful accessories available for sale.

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Here’s their menu for lunch and dinner. Complete set meals for P200, comes with rice or bread, salad, bottomless citrus water and dessert (brownie). They also serve breakfast as early as 7am.

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It was cold and cozy when we visited Sagada so we made sure to order something that would help keep us warm.

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Parang nasa Japan lang. LOL.

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Tender beef slices drenched in creamy mushroom gravy.

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 Pork Sinigang
Tamarind soup with pork and green vegetables.

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 Carbonara 
Spaghetti pasta in carbonara sauce, serve with toast bread.

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Bulalo/Nilaga
Slow cooked beef shanks (or knee) in beefy thin soup with spring onions, green vegetables and cracked pepper.

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Their signature dessert: Choco Lava Cake! 
Omg I can still remember how it felt like heaven in every bite! Ughhhh now im craving for one!

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I’m no food blogger expert but overall my dining experience was great. I would surely recommend you to visit the place when you can! Shoutout to Monicar, one of their staff who was very accommodating and kababayang BISAYA, wearing blue on the 6th photo above.

You can check their facebook page here for more. I will definitely share the rest of my Sagada trip soon so stay tuned!

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4 thoughts on “#KeiseeeDines : Sagada Brew

  1. camille lopez says:

    Ang ganda ng place! It’s like from another country! I will definitely visit Sagada Brew when in Sagada. 🙂

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