Eating at different restaurants is a great way to explore your city, and is far easier than trying to catch every taxi driver for a picture. Get all the answers with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Filipino cuisine
- $30 for three Groupons, each good for $20 worth of Filipino cuisine (a $60 total value)
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Chef Charleen Caabay has been spreading her native Filipino food around the Bay area for years. She's done so through a catering service, by cooking at well-known venues, and even while running a weekly pop-up restaurant in Oakland. It was in Oakland, too, that Charleen finally dropped anchor and opened her brick and mortar shop. She named it Kainbigan, which is a combination of Tagalog words meaning "Let's eat, my friends". And here, diners certainly eat. They enjoy stir-fried rice dishes and adobo dishes loaded with braised meat or veggies in soy-based sauces. Breakfast enthusiasts can also try silog: a Filipino breakfast of chicken or beef, served with garlic-fried rice and a fried egg that Charleen cooks up no matter the time of day.