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#BFT2014 | Where to Eat in Baguio : Sage

One of Baguio’s newest restaurants, Sage Café features a surprising combination of great food choices and a wonderful ambiance for diners to feel good throughout their meal.

Sage

Set along #95 Military Cut-off Road in Baguio City, Sage (pronounced as saj) is a bit far from the heart of the city yet a great dining venue, with lots of public transportation readily available; thus, it is not surprising that the restaurant is quickly gaining regular diners and an excellent reputation to tourists and locals alike.

Sage hosted our lunch on the Day 2 of Baguio Food Tour2014, the restaurant  in the City of Pines that serves the best “mango tapioca”, strawberry cheesecake, and  nachos. 

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
The most refreshing ice tea and lemon drinks served in cool mug glasses/containers.

When dining at this fabulous restaurant, you should start the meal with their mouthwatering nacho platter supreme which features four different dips to ignite your palate: classic salsa, cheese, Asian, and teriyaki. You might also want to try their Onion Rings Tower.

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Nachos!

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Onion Rings Tower

The food choices are great but most diners hang out at Sage Café just to indulge their palate in the Creamy Bulalo Steak, the house specialty. 

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Creamy Bulalo Steak

Even if the Creamy Bulalo Steak is the crowd favorite, the restaurant does offer other gourmet delights for you to choose from. Their Chicken Chimi Changas and Shrimp-Pomelo Salad are also great choices although I’d personally love to munch on the delicious Barbecued Spareribs. There’s also Fish and Chips if you want an English meal. Their wide range of mouthwatering foods will delight every food lover.


SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Shrimp-Pomelo  Salad

They even offer All-day Breakfasts for those who just can’t get enough of bacon, ham, bangus, and other breakfast favorites. A wide array of healthy salads is also available for health-conscious diners.

It is difficult to decide whether the restaurant can be considered a steakhouse or cakehouse or Asian fusion cuisine restaurant. Maybe it is best to say that the restaurant features a wide range of local and international cuisines to delight every diner’s palate.


SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Barbecued Spareribs

Pasta dishes and sandwiches are also offered for snacks or even as a full meal. At the end of each meal, treat yourself to the decadent cakes and pastries. The strawberry cheesecake is a must try.

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Shrimp in Pesto

SAGE Cafe Baguio City

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
Mango Tapioca

SAGE Cafe Baguio City
I forgot the name but  I'm sure it's one of the best coolers this summer

Sage collage
heavenly-delicious cheesecakes!


Top Points about Sage
  • Free WiFi!
  • Homey ambiance
  • Their best seller creamy bulalo, must try!
  • Awesome platting and great service!
  • Strawberry cheesecake, my personal favorite

Sage / saj 
Address: Military Cutoff Rd, Baguio
Phone: (074) 422 2954
Hours: Open Daily from 10:00 am – 9:00 pm 
FB Page: SAGE Baguio

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DISCLAIMER: Non-watermarked Photographs in this post are legally grabbed from EscapeManila.com's camera. Thanks Glentot!

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#BFT2014 | Happened on March 02-03, this 2day event aims to showcase and treat your eyes with some of the best culinary treats in Baguio City. This is our way to welcome summer 2014 in the country's Summer Capital - Baguio City. This 2- day Food Tour in the City of Pines was made possible by Victory Liner and Azalea Residences together with Le Chef at the ManorRancho Norte and Happy Tummy in Ketchup Food Community, Alfoncito’sTradisyon: Pinoy Comfort FoodSage, and Rasa Pura. Special thanks to Bencab Museum at Tuba, Benguet.
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13 comments:

  1. That Onion Rings Tower looks so great,wow!!!!!A real food tower ..hahaha.

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  2. The food are enticing and looks yummy especially the creamy bulalo. Nice place!

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  3. It's been quite a while since we last visited Baguio for a family vacation. This Sage restaurant offers really appetizing food! Yummy! :)

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  4. whoah! those are all mouth-watering. and i want to try pomelo salad. I hope the price is stated so I can know if I should consider eating to the place. hehehe. (budget conscious)

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  5. I'll try this place, the next time I go home to Baguio.

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  6. nice presentation of the onion rings :) the dishes are mouth watering, i'll bear Sage in mind when we go Baguio this summer :)

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  7. I want to try everything! The heavenly cheesecake is to die for! Looking at the photos makes me want to go back to Baguio this month :)

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  8. hmmmm looks yum! It's been ages since I've been to Baguio, want to go back again and see the changes..

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  9. Yay! I can't believe, why are those food looks so yummyyyyyy!!!! I am one hungry mammal here..

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  10. What a mouthwatering spread! Thanks for sharing abotu Sage.

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  11. yah ryt .. sage cafe is the best ., especially Ms. Arlene Sy. the proprietor of restaurant ...

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  12. yah ryt sage cafe is the best ., must be there guyz .,

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  13. We'll definitely visit this place when we go to Baguio next year.

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