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24 Hour Breakfast Noms at GoodAh!!!

Don’t you just hate it when you’ve spotted an order on the menu that you really like and it’s not available because it’s on the breakfast menu and is only available until 11am? This happens to me a lot. I’m not a morning person and if I have no set schedule or appointment, I usually just stay at home all morning and start my day after noon.
Good Ah! in B.F. Paranaque is open 24 hours!
I am very happy to report that there are restaurants like GoodAh!!! where you can get a hearty Pinoy breakfast at any time of the day for cheap. Luckily, I live near one of those. On Saturdays (when I’m usually knocked out until about midday), I can easily head over to the GoodAh!!! at BF order good old Tocilog any time I want.
Tocilog (p72)
This right here is comfort food at its finest. The sweet, slightly salty, and tender pork tocino strips served with a cupful of warm garlic fried rice and an egg fried sunny side up fills you up in all the right places. Having tocino reminds me of home, wherever I’m at.
Tokwa’t Baboy (p45)
Tokwa’t baboy has also creeped its way into my heart. I didn’t like this particular Pinoy side dish then (I liked the softer tofu better), but I now order it whenever available. Fried tokwa and pork cubes immersed in a soysauce-vinegar mix is a perfect side to any silog, imo.
Pares (p69)
If you’re Pinoy, you’d surely be familiar with the Pares, a popular local dish of cubed beef pieces smothered in a cupful of sweet and tasty sauce. At GoodAh!!!, it’s served as a rice topping and the sauce is thicker than those sold on the streets (street food version is still better).

It’s nearly the weekend! I can have a feast of breakfast nomz at GoodAh!!! anytime tomorrow. If you decide to drop by, don’t be surprised that this silog place has no airconditioning. There’s ample parking space up front and the ambiance is clean and bright (it makes me feel like it’s time for breakfast all day long). Have yourselves a fantastic weekend!

Good Ah!

Location: President’s Ave., Peopille Subd., B.F. Homes, Parañaque

Contact details: (02) 829-9009
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