This Lenten Enjoy The Boneless Bangus Sinigang Sa Miso At GoodAh!!!

One of the favorite Sinigang meat is fish and when we say fish dish, we tend to go fish with our National Fish, the Bangus (Milkfish). 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. Filipinos will surely love it, especially when it was boneless for a more easier to eat.

Actually, taking of all the bones out of Bangus is no easy! However, you find that many restaurant now are serving boneless Bangus in many dishes to diners so that they will enjoy more their food.

GoodAh!!!, the quick service restaurant that has been offering new ways to enjoy Filipino dishes, has the ideal bangus dish to offer— Sinigang sa Miso Boneless Bangus!

I was so excited to try first hand their new offering, the Filipino favorite offers four golden-brown crispy cuts of a medium-sized bangus in a steaming pot of miso soup with vegetables such as tomatoes, kangkong, radish, and string beans are added to complete the Sinigang dish.  

I love its sour and tangy taste that gives the flavorful taste of their Boneless Bangus in Sinigang sa Miso.  It was best served hot that you can surely enjoy the hot soup. A several cups of rice will complete the meal.

Of course, its not only delicous but also a healthy dish. Coming in a more appropriate time, this Lenten season. Perfect meat dish for those who are on fasting or abstaining.


GoodAh!!!’s Boneless Bangus in Miso is now being offered in all 7 branches in the metro. For just PhP 199.00 the whole family or a group of 2-3 friends can enjoy GoodAh!!!’s take on the Filipino favorite. This new dish from GoodAh!!! makes any season meal times more enjoyable.

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.

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