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Sarah's, Quezon City

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Hanging out at Sarah’s

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After a tiring day’s work, there are times when you just want to go somewhere to relax with friends, right? And when you’re inside the University of the Philippines Diliman, there’s just no other way to do than to hang out in one of the most popular places in the vicinity: Sarah’s.
Known for its many long years of serving good people good food, and especially for providing campus visitors like me with what I want most in the time of my greatest need–-that is, beer– Sarah’s has been around for generations. Since the mid 60’s it has been a hot spot for casual gatherings.
What I love about this place is its ambiance which is good for either meeting up with friends or just spending time alone. Aside from that, Sarah’s is a resto bar that serves pretty much everything in a cheap price. There’s nothing I don’t like about this place. It’s easy to find; it’s for young people; and it’s a really cool place to hang out at. [more ]

The Best Time to Visit

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Located at C.P. Garcia, just at the opening of Barangay Krus na Ligas in Diliman Quezon City, Sarah’s opens up at ten in the morning and stays open until one in the morning. But usually, it extends until people are still inside, drinking to their heart’s desires, and having good clean fun. So basically, you can come anytime you want.
Getting there is quite easy: just find a way to get to C.P. Garcia. Remember, this street is inside the state campus. That means you need to get to the campus first. Once you’re there, take an ikot jeep, a cab, or a tricycle and say the magic word “Sarah’s,” and voila! You’re there. Better yet, get a cab if you’re coming from outside the university. That will be a whole lot faster and more convenient. [more ]

The Best Time to Visit

 stars
Located at C.P. Garcia, just at the opening of Barangay Krus na Ligas in Diliman Quezon City, Sarah’s opens up at ten in the morning and stays open until one in the morning. But usually, it extends until people are still inside, drinking to their heart’s desires, and having good clean fun. So basically, you can come anytime you want.

Getting there is quite easy: just find a way to get to C.P. Garcia. Remember, this street is inside the state campus. That means you need to get to the campus first. Once you’re there, take an ikot jeep, a cab, or a tricycle and say the magic word “Sarah’s,” and voila! You’re there. Better yet, get a cab if you’re coming from outside the university. That will be a whole lot faster and more convenient. [more ]

Eat Your Heart Out

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Ah, where to start? This place is a haven for hungry people with a low budget. It has a wide selection of food available at very affordable prices. Silog (sinangag or fried rice with itlog or egg) meals are available with different kinds of meat. Try this meal with all those meat to know the difference. The resto bar also has other viands, rice meals, sizzling meals, and pulutan (snacks for eating while drinking beer) as well as sandwiches and coffee. Some favorites of mine when dining here are: spicy tuna, tokwa’t baboy or pork and tofu, fried chicken wings, cheese sticks, sizzling tuna sisig, and egg cheese beefy burger. If you feel that your order is not enough to fill your stomach, do what I always do: order extra. Yep! You can order extras like rice, viand, and more. On the other side, the resto bar’s wide array of beers are served chilled and at low prices. After drinking too much, you can sober up by ordering coffee.
This place attracts more and more loyal patrons not only for its down-to-earth homey atmosphere nor for its cheap sustenance (beer included), but also because of its hospitable servers who make it an ideal place for everyone. Check this place out when you’re in the area. With good music and ambience it provides, I guarantee that you won’t regret it. [more ]

Eat Your Heart Out

 stars
Ah, where to start? This place is a haven for hungry people with a low budget. It has a wide selection of food available at very affordable prices. Silog (sinangag or fried rice with itlog or egg) meals are available with different kinds of meat. Try this meal with all those meat to know the difference. The resto bar also has other viands, rice meals, sizzling meals, and pulutan (snacks for eating while drinking beer) as well as sandwiches and coffee. Some favorites of mine when dining here are: spicy tuna, tokwa’t baboy or pork and tofu, fried chicken wings, cheese sticks, sizzling tuna sisig, and egg cheese beefy burger. If you feel that your order is not enough to fill your stomach, do what I always do: order extra. Yep! You can order extras like rice, viand, and more. On the other side, the resto bar’s wide array of beers are served chilled and at low prices. After drinking too much, you can sober up by ordering coffee.
This place attracts more and more loyal patrons not only for its down-to-earth homey atmosphere nor for its cheap sustenance (beer included), but also because of its hospitable servers who make it an ideal place for everyone. Check this place out when you’re in the area. With good music and ambiance it provides, I guarantee that you won’t regret it. [more ]

U.P. Diliman = Sarah

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If you are going to University of the Philippines Campus, you have to drop by Sarah's. It's not only an icon to all university students but to everyone visiting U.P. This is a must place to go to for drinks, food and friendly service. Sisig and tokwa baboy are one of the favorites. [more ]


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