In my humble opinion, Holy Week tends to be the hottest time of the year. And when that season is here, we as a Catholic nation practice fasting and abstinence.
Fish becomes in demand in most meals and a favorite kind is bangus (milkfish) during the Lenten Season. That is why one of the longest running restaurants in town, for more than 30 years, GoodAh!!! has included in its menu the Sinigang Boneless Bangus in Miso.
Bangus is very versatile because whether you put it in sinigang, stuffed it and grilled like a relyeno, or split, seasoned and fried as daing.
When served as a boneless meal makes it easier to appreciate less the hassle of its "tinik".
I had the chance to sample this latest meal offering from GoodAh very recently and I must say that this fish meal is at its best when served hot and steamy with its four-piece slices of bangus topped with fresh vegetables in the likes of tomatoes, kangkong, string beans and radish making it more enticing and healthy.
This yummy viand alone will make you order and eat more rice because of the right combination of sour and tangy taste that delights our tastebuds!
I even bought an extra order of Boneless Bangus sa Miso for my family to also feast on.
GoodAh!!!’s Boneless Bangus in Miso is now available in all 7 branches in the metro. For just PhP 199.00 the whole family or a group of 2-3 friends can enjoy.
Try it now and enjoy our favorite bangus at its finest!
GoodAh!!! continues to treat Filipinos to culinary discoveries with this new Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus, much like their recent popular food offerings: Krispy Kare-Kare, Crispy Pata, and Bulalugaw. And GoodAh!!! has been doing this for more than 30 years, as seen in their coined acronym dishes like Tapsilog, Tosi, Longsi, and many others that have become a ubiquitous part of popular Filipino meals today— and each one is “Pagkaing Good for Every-All”.
Watch out for more exciting dishes from GoodAh!!! by visiting their website at www.goodah.com.ph or their Facebook at www.facebook.com/GoodahPh.