Makati is indeed a haven for foodies like me. I’ve only been working here for barely 4 months, so I hardly know anything about the go-tos among the many foodie spots in the country’s financial center.
Some of my colleagues and friends told me about the famous Sisig sa Rada. Since I am fond of sisig, I gave it try to see if it was worth the trip. Sisig sa Rada is among the many “jollijeep” carinderias in the Makati Central Business District.
Upon approaching this famous jollileep, someone will collect your order first and give you a number I, then, told manang that I am going to eat there, so I waited for my number to be called.
Their famous sisig; served with rice. egg , and clamansi; is priced at Php67. If you’re taking out the meal, you’ll just have to add another Php3 for the carton box. If you’re cutting down on carbs, no problem! You can also order sisig only for just Php50. You can also ask for toyo for added flavor.
Getting to Sisig sa Rada can be quite a walk, depending on where you’d come from. But here’s the good news! They deliver via Grab Food within the Makati CBD.
What I love about their sisig is that it’s crunchy, tasty, and affordable. If you cannot wait to have your fill, I suggest taking out your order instead of dining in (or by the stall).
What’s also good is that they’re open for lunch and dinner. We tried it at night and the manangs were very accommodating as they were in the day. They work fast as well as they clean the workplace the best way they can. Will I come back? Definitely yes!
Finding their jollijeep should just be easy. It’s right across the 7-11 outlet along Rada St. in Legazpi Village.
They are open from Monday to Friday 10:30AM–8:30PM. I suggest going there early before 11AM to avoid the long lines and long wait.