Filipino comfort food available ‘25 hours a day’

posted February 21, 2021 at 09:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
“I love to cook. But sometimes, I can’t be bothered to do anything in the kitchen, especially since I live alone,” shares Ray, a digital marketing creative who’s been working from home since March of last year. 

“Ironically, I find it more tiring sometimes because the line between your work and your personal life blurs. When I feel like that, I just usually get food delivered.” 

GoodAh!!! delivers its hearty Filipino comfort food including (from top) crispy pata, sisig, and bangus ‘25 hours’ a day. 

Virtual assistant Grace, on the other hand, shares that when she’s having food delivered that is “special but familiar,” she orders in Filipino cuisine. 

Homegrown dining establishment GoodAh!!!, which prides itself on being “open 25 hours” (which it says, refers to exceeding beyond customers’ expectations) and popularizing the now ubiquitous “tapsilog” back in the ‘80s, offers a variety of hearty Filipino comfort food available for delivery. 

The GoodAh!!! Altanghap menu includes silog varieties, barbecues, and local viands like sinigang and bistek. The Lugaw and Noodles menu features goto, arroz caldo, and mami. Its Pampalamig choices include halo-halo. 

For Sharing menu includes classics like kare-kare, crispy pata, herb chicken, and more. 

The chain’s For Sharing menu includes sinigang and kare-kare.

“The food we serve exudes how Filipinos prepare food with passion,” shares Chef Marq Martinez, who’s in charge of GoodAh!!!’s menu. “It is Filipino comfort food at home, at any time of the day, without having to turn on the stove.” 

The chain’s Sucat, Bicutan, Timog, and Granada branches are offering delivery via GrabFood and foodpanda. More information are available at GoodAh!!!’s official Facebook page.

“Filipino food is synonymous with homey plates of joy. Our customers no longer need to worry about prep and cooking because they can have a taste of comfort with just one call,” says GoodAh!!! president Tim Yang.

Topics: Filipino comfort food , GoodAh!!!
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