It is the most common question among friends that can never seem to be solved: “San tayo kakain?” And the answer also never changes: “Kahit saan.”
Well here’s an idea: Goodah.
Goodah has been around since the 80s and it has always been known as your friendly neighborhood restaurant that offers “Pagkaing Pinoy.” I remember eating at their Greenhills branch for some quick snack or recovery food. Now they have meals that are perfect for sharing either for lunch, dinner, or after drinking.
For Php499 you get Fried Chicken and Sisig or Nilaga, Lumpiang Shanghai, and Pork Barbecue served with Adobong Kangkong, a platter of rice and a pitcher of red iced tea.
This fried chicken is like that comfort food you liked being cooked by mom. Unlike the ones from fast food chains, this is not very salty! Very tasty, too.
The sisig is served special with egg and has chicharon that you would definitely love. It is perfect with rice and/or beer!
A Filipino meal will not be complete without soup and Goodah’s Set A has some Pork Sinigang to go along with the meal. It is just something you need to complete a tasty meal.
Both Sets A and B come with Adobong Kangkong. I don’t really eat this but I tried it and liked it! The sauce is sweet and is perfect as “pang tanggal umay.”
If you choose the Set B, it comes with barbecue–perfect with toyo-calamansi-sili dipping sauce.
For the soup, it comes with a bowl of Nilaga which is scrumptiously perfect with rice.
It also comes with four pieces of sizzling porkchop which is perfect with its gravy sauce and sizzling.
Boy’s Blowout: Sapat Pang-Apat is available for Php499 at GoodAh!!! BF Homes Parañaque, Bicutan, Eastwood, Gate 5 (along EDSA near Connecticut), Market! Market! and Metrowalk.