(McKinley Hill, Taguig City, Philippines) – If one day, one of your officemates calls out to the entire team “SEx tayo,” do not default into thinking that this is an invitation to get dirty in bed. Someh

ow, the phrase has become a catchy invite to eat at Sinangag Express. How the whole fad started, I do not know but I can attest to it being infectious. My initial objections of using it has quickly expired and I have found myself using it when telling officemates about my desire to eat anything –silog for lunch.

Sinangag Express is somewhat an upscale –silog hub compared to the normal hole-in-the-wall silog establishments that stud the Metro. A meal here costs around PhP 70 to 90 pesos which is quite reasonable for what they serve.

“This is any Silog place’s bestseller. The tapsilog (tapa, sinangag and itlog)”

“The runner up favorite: tocilog (tocino, sinangag and itlog)”


“One can never go wrong with adobo especially when coupled with sinangag and itlog: adsilog”


“Vigansilog for those who love longganisang Vigan”


“Pares: rice and sweet-blend braised beef”


“OJ88 to help with the movement as you are sure to gobble up the silog meals”


“Chilled taho with arnibal for dessert. I still prefer my taho hot and fresh.”

Sinangag Express has a lot of branches in the Metro ensuring that even slightly upscale places like McKinley Hill and Makati get a load of the usually-available-in-carinderias silog meals.

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(McKinley Hill, Taguig City, Philippines) – If one day, one of your officemates calls out to the entire team “SEx tayo,” do not default into thinking that this is an invitation to get dirty in bed. Somehow, the phrase has become a catchy invite to eat at Sinangag Express. How the whole fad started, I do not know but I can attest to it being infectious. My initial objections of using it has quickly expired and I have found myself using it when telling officemates about my desire to eat anything –silog for lunch.

Sinangag Express is somewhat an upscale –silog hub compared to the normal hole-in-the-wall silog establishments that stud the Metro. A meal here costs around PhP 70 to 90 pesos which is quite reasonable for what they serve.

“This is any Silog place’s bestseller. The tapsilog (tapa, sinangag and itlog)”

“The runner up favorite: tocilog (tocino, sinangag and itlog)”

“One can never go wrong with adobo especially when coupled with sinangag and itlog: adsilog”

“Vigansilog for those who love longganisang Vigan”

“Pares: rice and sweet-blend braised beef”

“OJ88 to help with the movement as you are sure to gobble up the silog meals”

“Chilled taho with arnibal for dessert. I still prefer my taho hot and fresh.”
Sinangag Express has a lot of branches in the Metro ensuring that even slightly upscale places like McKinley Hill and Makati get a load of the usually-available-in-carinderias silog meals.
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