The first time I went to Sagada, Mountain Province, Bibang brought Maki and I to Salt and Pepper Diner just beside the office of SAGGAS. We came up a small set of stairs and ended up in a restaurant full that almost all made of wood. The ambience was great and the food was also good too. That’s why at my second time in Sagada, I made it a point to visit again Salt and Pepper Diner.
I’ve tried their Pinikpikan which was good as the chicken was served on a different plate than the soup. By this I could control the amount of flavor the soup would make on my chicken. It was delicious, if only it was not prepared in a brutal way for the chicken.