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Savor Boy Abunda’s Bistek at GoodAh!!!

Boy's Bistek at GoodAhYou can now savor Boy Abunda’ss Bistek at GoodAh!!! That’s right, the famous talk show host has joined the GoodAh!!! family and made his own beef recipe available on all branches. During a press briefing at the Metrowalk branch, we were able to taste Boy’s Bistek and it’s really delicious. I can even say that the sauce is enough for a good meal(“sabaw pa lang, ulam na”). That’s my kind of dish.

Boy Abunda shares that he also decided to be a business partner of GoodAhThe King of Talk was a regular at GoodAh!!! when he was just starting his career in the 1980s. The quick-service restaurant has been in business for 33 years and was ahead of its time in the local dining industry by pioneering the round-the-clock operations. It’s tagline “Open 25 hours” is an assurance that people can dine and enjoy good food anytime, day and night. And that’s exactly what I did with my colleagues when I still work in a call center in Ortigas.

GoodAhGoodAh!!! served rice meals and congee that are filling and worth every money you pay for. It’s our go-to place when we needed a fix of lugaw and goto (rice porridge), and popular breakfast fare, namely tapa, tocino and longanisa. The term “tapsi” to refer to an order of tapa (cured beef) and sinangag (fried rice) was coined by the restaurant. Adding fried egg to a rice meal resulted in what we now commonly enjoy as “tapsilog.”


Aside from tapsilog, there are tosilog, longsilog, adsilog (adobo, sinangag at itlog), and bangsilog (daing na bangus, sinangag at itlog). As years went by, its menu expanded to include a variety of Filipino favorites that are now staples in eateries and restaurants throughout the country. The 25-hour quick-service restaurant introduced dishes such as hot pot, noodle dishes, and more, to the delight of the Filipino consumers.

During the press conference, Tito Boy, as he’s fondly called, shared that the restaurant brand has been part of his life that he did not hesitate in accepting the offer as an endorser. But he opted to bring his relationship with GoodAh!!! a step further by becoming a business partner of Goodah!!! In a way, it was his life coming full circle: from regular customer to business partner at the restaurant he loved.

The relationship led to his own version of Bistek being made available at GoodAh!!! His favorite dish at the restaurant has always been its bistek, the favorite Filipino dish of stir-fried tender beef marinated in soy sauce and citrus. Knowing his way around the kitchen, he has his own recipe of the dish that he is sharing with GoodAh!! At the press conference, he even demonstrated cooking while sharing his tips in cooking it.

Funny markings at the back of GoodAh chairsAfter more than 3 decades, GoodAh!!! is set to redefine the restaurant landscape with its patented brand of quick meals and personalized service with a casual dining ambiance. It is a dining institution that today’s millennials will surely embrace with its delicious value-for-money meals, just as many Pinoy food lovers have in the past. A quick look at the restaurant, one will see how it’s adapted itself to the new generation in a fun way.

Cute markings on GoodAh chairsGoodAh!!! already has six branches at Bicutan located at 129 Doña Soledad Ave., Better Living Subd., Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City; Eastwood located at Unit 10 2nd Floor, Eastwood Citywalk 2, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave., Quezon City; Gate 5 located at Caltex Station EDSA Cor. Connecticut, Greenhills, San Juan; Market Market located at Unit 8 and 9 Ground Floor, Fiesta Market, Ext 3 32nd St corner C5, Brgy. Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City; Metrowalk located at D9 Bldg. D South Drive, Metrowalk Compound Meralco Ave., Ortigas, Pasig City and at Sucat located at Block 5 Lot 25 Presidents Ave., Teoville Subd., Brgy BF Homes, Parañaque City.

Meaty Boy's BistekYou can savor Boy Abunda’ss Bistek at GoodAh!!! through delivery. Call 4-707070 for your order of Boy’s Bistek and other delicious dishes. You may also visit our website, like our Facebook page at  and follow us on Twitter ( and IG ( And just like Tito Boy, you can also get a franchise. Call 09279095897 or email us at [email protected] for more details.Follow GoodAh on Social Media

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