Salt and Pepper Steakhouse and Lodge Inn Hotel (Formerly Salt & Pepper Diner)

This restaurant is our first stop when we arrived in Sagada town proper. We haven't had breakfast yet so it's a perfect timing. Nothing is fancy in the restaurant (which I really love) but you'll feel at home as soon as you stepped up the stairs.
We're hungry and cold, thankful that this diner has an unlimited serving of hot coffee. Not to mention that Sagada is known for its best tasting coffee. The coffee is really good that I can't even remember how the breakfast tasted.
We never had sleep for long hours (you can actually see it in our eyes) but that didn't stop us taking pictures while waiting for the food. 

The people in Sagada are really friendly and accommodating. They are not pretentious just because we are the customers. That's what I love about Sagada. 

I wished I took more pictures of the diner but my mind wasn't working due to lack of sleep and the cold. I would love to go back to this diner when I have a chance to visit Sagada agai, I need to try their other food in their menu, it's probably delicious.

The hotel is located above the Ug-ugo Souvenir Store beside office of Sagada Genuine Guides Association (SAGGAS). There's a normal signage in front of the diner and you will have to use the stairs to get to the second floor.




Contact#: (0998)979-8695 | (0908)177-4972
Cuisine: American (Traditional), Sandwiches, Steak and Vegetarian

They now accept credit & debit cards.  Oh and if you ever need a vehicle or a tour package when in Sagada, they offered those services too.

2 comments:

  1. Very interesting blog. A lot of blogs I see these days don't really provide anything that attract others, but I'm most definitely interested in this one. Just thought that I would post and let you know.

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    1. Thank you so much, it's an honor to get a comment like that. :)

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