After our fun-filled adventure, we trooped to Log Cabin Sagada for dinner, just a few meters away from the museum. Log Cabin is easily the most highly-regarded restaurant in Sagada. For over 20 years, it has been serving the western home-style cooking to travelers and locals alike.
As the name implies, this restaurant is designed like a log cabin, it’s ambiance seems to agree with the concept. The wooden furniture in the entire restaurant gives a slight rustic hint but not without a contemporary feel.
The food was good and very well presented, they serve big helpings enough for 2 persons. Though service is nearly non-existent. If you want to order something extra or need drinks, just take the initiative and go to the counter.
Food in Log Cabin Sagada
I orderedMENU IV.A bed of sauteed potatoes with shredded chicken and mushroom sauce.
MENU II Paprika chicken in sour cream gravy with french fries and cucumber salad.
MENU V.Pork steak with sauteed vegetables and mashed potatoes.
This food is also good but sadly, I wasn’t able to get it’s name.
If you wish to have dinner, be advised that you MUST order your meal in advance and make a reservation. You also need to pay a deposit of P 100 per person. Be there promptly at 7:00 PM.
As per Log Cabin’s FB Page:
Log Cabin is open for dinner and the food MUST be RESERVED earlier than 3:00 PM on weekdays. Every Saturday, there will be dinner buffet @ 390 each.
And of course, the mandatory group pictures at Log Cabin Sagada!
Our awesome driver/tour guide, Kuya Mac. Even though it wasn’t his birthday we insisted on celebrating it. This is him with his “co-birthday” celebrant who approached our table after we sang happy birthday.
DISCLAIMER:Golden Island Senorita seeks to deliver readers with honest and straightforward reviews. This review is entirely based on my personal experience. I did not (and still do not) get any compensation for my visit, including freebies, free meals, gift vouchers, and the like, and I paid for the food out of my own wallet.