The first time I tried Sinangag Express, it was in 2007. I was working for a call center in Alabang and some of my coworkers introduced it to me. I remember thinking that it was okay. It was something that can fill the tummy and I loved their tocilog.
It was straightforward breakfast food.
Luckily, a brand opened inside our village and after dropping off our cats to be neutered, we decided to have breakfast there. Thankfully, there were no people yet because it was just 730am.
The chicksilog was okay. It was comfort food. Nothing outstanding but if you want fried chicken early in the morning or late at night, you can go to this place for some cheap eats.
The Ilocos Bagnet and the Liemsilog were sad in my opinion. It was fried too much and it was tiny. It's like the little piece of meat that everyone forgot at the last minute and then tried to salvage but it was just sad.
I had a great breakfast still, mainly because of the people I was with. I wish that Sinangag Express would put a bit more care and effort into what they serve. Eventhough it's fairly cheap food, it shouldn't be cheaply cooked and done.
I used to love Sinangag Express but with my recent experience, I think I'm better off cooking my own breakfast at home.