When you hear the term Filipino cuisine, a few staples come to mind. Adobo, either chicken or pork, is surely on top of the list. Then maybe you think of a tangy, steaming bowl of sinigang. A pulutan favorite, sisig, is also right up there. And for dessert, you can’t forget halo-halo, that glorious hodgepodge of macapuno, nata de coco, beans, ube chunks, topped with creamy leche flan.
For times when you’re looking for something that taste and feels close to home, Eatigo is a sweet app that can help satisfy your cravings at an equally sweet price. Rightfully hailed as the leading online reservations platform for thousands of restaus in Asia, Eatigo has given its users the ease of scoring time-based discounts up to 50% off on participating restaurants.
Sentro 1771 in Greenbelt, for one, serves up Filipino food with modern twists. Apart from the café’s homey ambiance, their Sinigang na Corned Beef, Rated GG, and Lamb Caldereta are a few of what Makati workers keep coming back for.
Then there’s The Food Club, an opulent buffet restaurant that leaves intimidation outside the door. Experience a gastronomic adventure that treats both your hungry palates and your eyes through their live show kitchens.
And for family gatherings, Crisostomo has a no-fail modern yet authentic take on Filipino food that mom, dad, and the entire clan will undoubtedly enjoy.
Giving justice to its namesake, Sisig Society, is a crowd-pleaser which leaves every customer hungry for more of their irresistible, classic sisig.
Another group favorite is the bountiful Barrio Fiesta. Their special Crispy Pata, a mouth-watering bowl of pork knuckles fried to a golden crisp, should not be missed out on. And nothing is more comforting than a breakfast plate of silog, may it be tapsilog, longsilog, or tocilog, Rufo’s Tapa is the way to go.
All of these restaurants are readily available on Eatigo, allowing you to snatch up deals that go as high as half-off from the total bill. Just download the app from the App Store or Google Play, sign up, and start scouting for deals.
So the next time you’re on the hunt for good ‘ol Filipino food, just bring out your phone and open your Eatigo app. Just like a homemade Pinoy dish, it’s easy, uncomplicated, and unquestionably delicious.
I have tried that Adobo it was very good. I miss that dish and hope to visit a Filipino friend who loves to cook.
Fave ko ang sisig Momshie Iris ? nakakatakam lahat ng filipino food lalo na din yung sinigang