We missed the sunrise.
Although the original plan was to see the sunrise from the Kiltepan perspective on our last morning in Sagada, we still really hoped we might catch the dawn as soon as we arrived. We tried to dodge the concept of waking up truly early on our last day. Unfortunately, the sun was already up when we reached the quaint town of Sagada. however we were not complaining; we were as well hectic getting awed by the place.
Our very first stop was the Salt as well as Pepper Diner. After practically 10 hours on the road, we were ALL starved as well as were prepared to eat the very first food that would come our way. great news, Salt as well as Pepper Diner provides free fruits to their customers. Jéj!
Salt as well as Pepper Diner isn’t extremely simple to spot. There’s just a little signage in front of the diner. The location is found above the Ug-ugo Souvenir Store, next to the office of Sagada authentic Guides association (SAGGAS). You will have to climb a short flight of stairs to get there.
My buddies Tonet as well as Dane loving the coffee as well as the weather.
On my previous trip to Sagada, I observed that the location was always packed in the morning. Fortunately, there was still one vacant table when we arrived. as well as there was a basket of bananas on it. Last time I was here, it was a basket of dalandan.
Although Salt as well as Pepper provides a range of dishes, they typically just serve longganisa as well as tapa when there are as well numerous customers. Don’t concern since both dishes taste great particularly when paired with coffee or chocolate.
Ganayo’s Favorite: Homemade longganisa with fried egg as well as garlic red rice
Bisled’s Choice: Beef Tapa, Fried egg as well as garlic race! TAPSILOG Sagada-style!
When our meals were served, we were hypnotized by the smell. I’m not sure whether we were just hungry or the odor of the beef was just truly strong as well as appetizing. Mind you, I’m not even a beef fan. The meat was not dry as well as each bit was tender. the very best thing about it was that it didn’t have the typical “beef” aftertaste.
Each purchase of longsilog includes two rolls of homemade skinless longganisa. It was sweeter than numerous other longganisas I had tasted before as well as I liked it. It was completely cooked. The outer part was a bit crispy while the core was juicy as well as tender however well-cooked.
The red rice was a breath of fresh air for me. It was my very first time to see this type of rice. I was reluctant at very first since I was expecting routine rice. I believed it would taste different. Fortunately, it tasted like your regular garlic rice. Awesomely normal. If it had one more taste, then I wouldn’t have liked it as I typically like my rice to taste precisely like the rice I am utilized to.
Overall, it was a fantastic experience. The atmosphere of the location was extremely homey. We felt like visitors at a house of a fantastic cook, as well as we were treated precisely like that. Although we would have liked to try their other dishes, we comprehended that the diner’s manpower might only create two dishes at the time. however they were two great-tasting dishes. The free fruits were greatly appreciated. So was the service. The next day, we had breakfast at Salt as well as Pepper again, which goes without stating just exactly how much we delighted in the place.
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