Wednesday, January 5, 2011


Masfere, Sagada

During our visit to Sagada, we had no idea where to eat, what to do and where to go. So we ask the owner of the inn where the best place to eat at sagada, and she told us to visit Masfere.

The place was spacious, the tables are arranged orderly and spaced properly. There were also pictures that lined up the walls of the restaurant. The pictures were taken by the Philippines Father of Photography, Eduardo Masfere. Looking at the menu it was a bit pricey for a restaurant located in Sagada, and plus there was really no difference in the menu of the food you could order here in Manila. They were serving adobo, tapa, longanisa and the like, I was really expecting something out of the ordinary something I could only eat in Sagada.

Leaving us with no choice we ordered pork chop, adobo and lemon grass chicken. The lemon grass chicken was delicious and the batirol chocolate drink was also tasty.  It was just like an ordinary meal, but on the plus side the decors made the place really interesting and the history of the place is what keeps the tourist seeking Masfere.

There's actually no inn at Masfere.
For more info:
Open monday to sunday 
from 8am to 8pm

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