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What to Eat at Giligan's Island Restaurant and Bar

I've always associated Giligan's Island as a bar since this place had been one of the ever present bars during the day to accommodate day drinking call center agents when I was still one. 

So it's quite a surprise to realize that this place is perfect too when it comes to dining; hence, their name is Giligan's Island Restaurant and Bar. I have only discovered the weight of "restaurant" under their name recently. 

The Ambiance

This had always been the same, regardless of the branch you visit. It's an inviting sea adventure style inside. It's no wonder since the name of the place may have been adapted from a late 1960s popular comic show about 7 castaways who survived a shipwreck in what is called as Giligan's Island. 

The Food

We have sampled French Fries, beef caldereta (which was OK), lechon (it was crispy and delicious), and crispy sisig (it is indeed crispy and the runaway winner for me). This could be the best sisig I've tasted so far. It's served in an affordable rice meal too with an optional ice tea drink on the sides. The same applies to the other 99 meals including caldereta and lechon. 










For more information on Giligan's Island Restaurant and Bar including the complete menu, promos, branches, reservations, contact information, and more, visit www.giligansrestaurant.com.

More Food Photos:



Roast chicken, crispy sisig, and lechon belly




meat balls, roast chicken, and my ever favorite really crunchy sisig



the crunchy sisig (full order), I didn't like their kangkong though (Chowking's version is much better)



chopsuey and breaded chicken 






That seafood sisig is better off as pulutan but I often eat it as it is. 

Yay! I can possibly try all of the food on their menu in time. ;)
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