I’m sure we’ve all had those days when we’re up late at night and we suddenly get one of those relentless hunger pangs. In the middle of the night, we’re craving for something savory and fulfilling, but the problem is that most food chains and restaurants are already long closed by then. And especially under a pandemic, service hours of restaurants are shorter than ever, which makes satisfying your cravings even harder to do.
But Goodah stands out from the pack, because not only do they offer delicious Pinoy classics, but they also are committed to serving you 25 hours a day! Whether you’re looking for a new favorite lunchtime option or somewhere to get a tasty midnight snack, you can’t go wrong with trying Goodah.
The all-Pinoy food chain icon
When talking about cultural impact, few food chains come close to how iconic Goodah has become since its beginnings almost 40 years ago. Being the first all-native food chain in the Philippines, Goodah has solidified its status and is now almost synonymous with the dependable, homey food chain for the Filipino palate.
Back in the 1980s, it was Goodah that popularized the now-commonplace term of tapsilog, the Pinoy breakfast classic that you can now find in several other restaurants and fast-food chains. Goodah really captured the essence of the Filipino diner, from its truly pioneering Pinoy menu, its hospitable service, and its witty humor (“Barbie q hahn”) that coined expressions into our daily lexicon.
Goodah became an instant favorite in the 80s for families and barkadas to dine and share hearty dishes and snacks like Arrozcaldo, Pares, Dinuguan, Bulalo, and so many other Pinoy recipes. And now, nearing 40 years in the business, Goodah is coming back to the forefront to keep serving “Pagkaing Good for EveryAll.”
Going the extra mile and extra hour
We all know about the restaurants and food establishments that are open for 24 hours, but Goodah takes it one step further by saying they’re open 25 hours a day!
Since the 80s, Goodah has used this promotional gig to show the brand’s commitment to serving its customers every day, no matter how early or late in the day it is. And that extra hour signifies how dependable and reliable Goodah’s 24/7 service is. Whereas other 24/7 food chains may sometimes be unavailable, Goodah promises to always accommodate its patrons any time of day, while ensuring great food and great customer service at all times.
Especially under a pandemic, Goodah’s 25-hour open hours set it apart from other food chains in the metro. More than ever, many food establishments have shortened their service hours and close up earlier than before. But Goodah keeps its promise of being open all the time through its delivery service, so that we can always have our fix of Pinoy favorites, whether for a late-night chowdown or an early-morning bite.
Goodah is available for delivery for 25 hours through our trusty food delivery apps GrabFood and FoodPanda. Goodah’s savory delicacies can be delivered straight to your doors to satisfy your cravings no matter the hour of the day. Most Goodah branches are also available for long-distance delivery, so you can order your Pinoy classics even when the nearest Goodah is miles away.
A menu for the Filipino palate
Thinking about what to order to satisfy that midnight craving? Goodah has an extensive menu of delicious all-Pinoy favorites that will surely tingle your tastebuds and make you want to try it all.
As the food chain that popularized the silog trend, Goodah has finger-licking options like Tosilog (P136.40), Bangsilog (P141.90), and even Ribsilog (P214.50). Of course, you can always go for the tried-and-true Tapsilog (P174.90), or maybe try out the TapsiMAX option (P218.90) which has a little bit more of everything!
For a hearty lunch or dinner at Goodah, try their large dishes that are good for sharing, like the Pork Sinigang (P284.90) or Sizzling Sisig Overload (P236.50). Or if you’re looking for something hot to fill the stomach, check out their Beef Mami (P103.40) or their special lugaw paired with your topping of choice, like the Lugaw & Pares combo (P175.00).
When treating a big group like your family or closest barkada, you can order one of Goodah’s Salo Salo set meals. Set Meal B (P1,649.00) serves 4 to 5 heads, and it’s a full-packed set of Crispy Pata, Kare-Kare, Pancit Canton, Pinakbet, Rice, and Lemon Iced Tea – the perfect companion for a movie night or a staycation.
Extended store hours
Aside from the 25-hour delivery service, Goodah has also extended the service hours of its physical branches so we can dine in or buy food-to-go for much longer. Goodah’s stores are now open to serve you from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM which means more time to enjoy all of Goodah’s Pinoy offerings.
You can visit Goodah’s stores at:
129 Doña Soledad Avenue, Better Living Subdivision, Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City
Phone: 7794-3210/ 8824-3166
No. 7 Granada St., Brgy. Valencia, Quezon City
Phone: 8875-8124/ 8247-3188
Block 5 Lot 25 Presidents Avenue, Teoville Subdivision, Brgy. BF Homes, Parañaque City
57 Timog Avenue, Brgy. South Triangle, Quezon City
Good food, good times at Goodah!!!
No matter what time it is, you can include Goodah in your day for some guaranteed satisfaction of your Pinoy appetite. Go in for a quick, hearty lunch, stop by after work to get a Tapsilog takeout, or order a Salo Salo meal set to pair up with a game night with your family at home. And when you’re craving a midnight snack at 1:00 AM, trust that you can have it delivered straight to your doorstep.
All the good things that Goodah offers are available to us 25 hours a day, so at any time during the day that you get those hunger pangs, now you know where to order.
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