Tapsilog Avenue, 24/7 Affordabest Meals!
Update: Branch at Lilac St. closed, but there’s one nearby at Masinag
Being the nocturnal creatures that we are, my siblings and I always crawl out of our den on the wee hours of the morning to look for some grub. Given the limited options of still-open establishments that we have to choose from, we’d almost always end up in Mcdonald’s, Burger Machine and 7-11.
But hey, there’s a new place in town! The 24/7 Tapsilog Avenue just opened recently in Marikina, and it’s definitely gonna be one of our midnight snack spots!
Given the fastfood chain’s name, expect the traditional combination of ‘-silog’ meals. Meaning, sinangag (fried rice) with itlog (egg) and meat (which would depend on the name e.g. Tapsilog – tapa or cured beef.) They have 10 varieties of main dishes to choose from, including the usual Tapsilog, Longsilog, Hotsilog and more. Each meal costs 45PHP. Not bad! Order up two or three of those, with free soup and softdrinks for 15PHP and you’re all set!
They already have nine outlets scattered in Metro Manila. To get to their Marikina branch, here are detailed directions on how to get there via Marcos Hi-way:
1.) Coming from Quezon City Marcos Hi-way (passing through Sta. Lucia and Robinsons Malls), turn left to Sumulong hi-way (landmark – Masinag Wet and Dry market)
2.) Straight ahead, turn right to Soliven st. (landmark – 7-11 and Petron Gas Station)
3.) Straight ahead, pass through the Antipolo-Marikina border bridge and then you’ll be in Marikina’s Lilac st. Keep on moving forward and you’ll see it along the commercial establishments on your right.
If you live in Marikina city nearby the Rancho villages, SSS village, Panorama, etc., then I’m sure you’ve tried this place already. We usually eat here after going to a friend’s house, and then bike our way home.
Anyway, I hope you guys enjoy Tapsilog Avenue as much as I did! :D
TAPSILOG AVENUELilac St., Marikina City
im dreaming to be a franchisor of fastfoodchain TAPSILOG AVENUE,
yeah, same here. it would be awesome to have one. and lots of people are sure to eat at this place since it’s really affordable!
how to have the franchise? we experienced the tapsilog avenue in laoag and we are dreaming to have one also here in our town…can u help me…
I’ve checked their contact info, I think you can contact the owner via emailing to . Good luck!
hi, pakisabi naman sa mga tao nyo dito sa xavierville branch, ayusin ang mga luto, ang sinangag malata, parang cerelac ang dating…di naman mga babies ang kumakain dito sa xavierville, ang egg di luto ang yellow…di ba meron naman job training ang mga tao nyo? bakit ganun ang quality ng food nyo….kaya pala di gaano puntahan ng mga tao…unlike sa tabi nyo ang ababu, palaging puno at me quality ang food prep….
Hi, Noemi! I think this isn’t the right place to complain. This is just an article I posted on how me and my friends frequently visit the Lilac branch. I am not directly connected to the brand in whatsoever way. Please go to their Facebook page to voice your concern. :)
For the record though, I also like Ababu and go there frequently. But I wouldn’t say it’s perfect. There was one time we were served with expired chili sauce so we felt sick after, and there was this other time that there was a cockroach on our table.