Foodcrawl Part 1: Sailing to Giligan's Restaurant

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It's weekend! Don't you think it's fun to have some #Foodtrip with #Barkada or even the whole #Family? Well, everyone deserves a break, right? :)

Let me share with you a bit of my gastronomical adventure I had last weekend.

Luckily, I and my fellow bloggers and local media friends here in Rizal were treated by Ms. Vaniza Pachoco, SM Public Relation Manager, in not just one but four restaurants in SM Center Angono. If you're still not familiar with the place, Angono is also known as the Art Capital of the Philippines, hometown of the national artist. Read more here.

First stop ... Giligan's Restaurant

This restaurant wasn't new to my ears. As a matter of fact, we've been here once with my hubby.

If you're too lazy to cook for lunch/dinner for your family yet you are craving for some Filipino delicacies, this is where you guys must go, "where deliciously is affordable..."

I was surprised when I knew that this was started as a Family Business until now because it now has over 60 branches nationwide. I wish we could as well in the near future :)

Chicken Salpicao P175
Binagoongang Lechon Kawali P185
Beef Caldereta P204
Giligan's Fried Rice P156
Crispy Sisig
Shrimps with Tofu in Creamy Oriental Sauce P240
Kare-Kare P275
If you wish to have single-serving, they do as well with the amount of 99 to 109 pesos only.

For those who loves "Rice all you can" Meal, Giligan's has it as well. They have a meal promo 99 pesos only with Free Iced Tea and Soup.

Presentation: 5/5
Taste: 5/5
Texture: 5/5

Overall, I am one happy customer here. I'm not into sisig but I was surprised when I tasted the Crispy Sisig 'coz it was really crunchy makes me wanna go back here real soon.

For more information, visit their website

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