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Bahay Ligaya Restaurant

Bahay Ligaya RestaurantMenuSinangag
Location: 150 Katipunan Road, Quezon City, Metro Manila , Katipunan
Opening Hours:

Mon to Sun - 10:00am to 10:00pm
Payment Method:
Cash
Ala Carte/Sit-down
Parking
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Ligaya sa Bahay Ligaya
Smile 2012-07-27

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Price: P 195

Description: Fried rice with green peas and carrot bits

Personal Review: It’s nice to see a lot of restaurants catering Filipino dishes that we love eating at the comfort of our own homes. Since most of us working class Filipinos no longer have time to cook (like a working Mom such as myself), it is a welcome change that restaurants like Bahay Ligaya Restaurant serves Filipino dishes like sinangag (fried rice) – my all time favorite breakfast meal. It was as good as it gets although I have no intention of eating it on a daily basis because of the price, it is still good to know that I can enjoy this meal if I need to.

Personal Rating:lollollollollol

Recommended Dish(es):
Sinangag

Date of Visit:
2012-07-02

Spending:
Approximately
Php200(Breakfast)

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Bahay “Ligaya”
Smile 2011-07-28
Really catchy eh? Yeah, even my attention was caught by the name of this restaurant, parang iba ang ibig sabihin para sa akin. Actually, if it was not for the Luma’t-Bago furniture shop, I would not able to notice the name of the said food establishment.

Actually, Bahay Ligaya restaurant was named after the name of the owner’s wife – Joy, only that it was translated to our language. This restaurant offers different Filipino cuisines, with the ambiance of a really cozy Filipino place. The concept of the design was also based on “Luma’t Bago” furniture shop for each table is unique from the other – thus giving the customers idea of what the furniture shop contains. It also has antique furnishings which gives the restaurant a classy old-style ambiance.

For the food, I would recommend their Sizzling Bulalo and Ginataan Bilu-bilo. It is not your typical Bulalo because it is served in a sizzling plate with lots of thick sauce that really complements the beef. The meat is so tender it literally falls off the bone, so yummy! This dish really bursts out the rich flavours of the meat that I found myself so busy munching onto it, and sipping out the goodness of the bone marrow inside is also a must, I just can’t miss any edible in this dish. Their Ginataan Bilu-bilo was made with just the right amount of sweetness. It is so creamy that every spoonful is a heaven in my mouth.

Oh, I forgot to say, this food establishment is not purely restaurant but also a bar. They offer liquors and they too have smoking and non-smoking area for their customers. Plus they offer free usage of Wi-Fi so their customers can enjoy their stay to the fullest. This place is great for groups of people and also the prices are affordable.
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Bahay Ligaya, busog ligaya! haha!
Smile 2011-07-23
My wife heard this place from a colleague and out of curiosity for its catchy name, we searched for this along Katipunan road. It was hard to find since the restaurant's name is not clearly seen.

The feel of the place is classy. Every table differs from one another which showcases the nice antique pieces from the Luma at Bago antique shop just beside the restaurant. You can also choose if you want to eat on a smoking or non smoking area.

Bahay Ligaya menu offers a variety of Filipino dishes. We ordered Sinigang na Baboy and Sizzling Bulalo. I love the kick of sourness of their Sinigang na baboy. The pork meat was so tender and the vegetables tasted fresh. Their sizzling bulalo is one of the best I ever had. The meat is so tender that it falls off the bones. The sauce of the bulalo is perfect adding to the tastiness and flavor for a total sizzling bulalo experience. As for desserts, we ordered buko pandan which is very creamy.

The service is great. The waitresses is very attentive and well dressed.

If you're craving for delicious Filipino cuisine, I definitely recommend Bahay Ligaya for a different experience.

Recommended Dish(es):
sizzling bulalo

Spending:
Approximately
Php300

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