After a half day of touring Sagada’s adventure spots, I decided not to join my group mates on another adventure activity and instead I decided to go back to the Lemon Pie House to try out their specialty.
Sagada as a destination has a lot of surprises despite of its simplicity. When it comes to food in Sagada, I never really thought food in this far flung town can be that surprisingly delicious.
The yellow colored house turned to a bohemian inspired tourist / foodie hub is owned by Joseph and Katrina Daoas. Their specialty? Its the Lemon pie – an heirloom recipe from Joseph’s mother. No one ever thought that this mountain lemon flavored pie will be Sagada’s most favorite pastry since Joseph and Katrina started it small.
Only few minutes walk from the Sagada town center, you can enjoy a slice of lemon pie for only P20 or you may order a box of 8 slices for only P150 for your pasalubong. They also serve fresh brewed mountain coffees, mountain tea, egg pies, blackberry pies and other pastries.