Admit it or not but when you hear Filipino cuisine, the top dishes that pops in your mind are Filipino staples such as Adobo, either chicken or pork, steaming bowl of Sinigang, spicy and meaty Sisig; and Halo-halo filled with macapuno, nata de coco, beans, ube chunks, and topped with creamy leche flan.
Savoring this delectable dishes during the month of August or “Buwan ng Wika” makes us closer to our origin, our culture. Eatigo, a mobile app that provides exclusive deals from top restaurants that serves Filipino cuisine, can help satisfy your cravings at an equally sweet price. Rightfully hailed as the leading online reservations platform for thousands of restaurants around Asia, Eatigo has given its users the ease of scoring time-based discounts of up to 50% off on participating restaurants.
Here are some restaurants and cafe that serves Filipino dishes under Eatigo:
Sentro 1771 in Greenbelt, for one, serves up Filipino food with modern twists. The café has a
homey ambiance and serves Sinigang na Corned Beef, Rated GG, and Lamb Caldereta.
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.
Crisostomo has a no-fail modern yet authentic take on Filipino food that mom, dad, and the entire clan will undoubtedly enjoy.
Sisig Society is a crowd-pleaser which leaves every customer hungry for more of their irresistible, classic sisig.
Barrio Fiesta serves one of the best Crispy Pata in Manila. The former is a mouth-watering bowl of pork knuckles fried to a golden crisp.
Rufo’s Tapa nothing is more comforting than a breakfast plate of silog, may it be tapsilog,
longsilog, or tocilog at Rufo’s.
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.