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When eating at any restaurant , your goal is to make your stomach satisfied (BUSOG) Hahaha.. not only the delicious food they offer.

And most of the Filipinos will be more satisfied when they eat rice as part of our meal.

Boosog restaurant gives you a satisfactory not only your stomach but also the quality time you spent with your family, friends or even workmates.

This is not my first time to eat at Boosog since my past company usually treat us in Boosog in Mango Ave.branch which I never doubted why love to eat Boosog. They usually treat the clients coming from Australia in Boosog.

My workmates and I eating at Boosog restaurant in The Gallery Mabolo branch with a simple celebration. While waiting for the food we ordered, we are having a time to talk about lifes which gives more quality time as workmates. DRAMA this. Hahaha..

Why try Boosog Restaurant?

Boosog Restaurant

Since Filipinos love to eat rice, Boosog offer an unlimited rice to all customers and you can upgrade your drinks to bottomless iced tea for just 70php each to satisfied your meal. Boosog also offers a Filipino dishes which satisfied your cravings and make your stomach satisfied.

At because of their satisfactory food they offer plus unlimited rice we eat all food we ordered.

That’s maybe the reason why they named their reasturant Boosog since everytime you eat at the restaurant,you will end up BUSOG. BUSOG kaayo sa Boosog Restaurant.

Boosog Restaurant have branch in Mango Avenue, The Gallery Mabolo, Pueblo Verde Lapu-Lapu City.

Jomar Lipon is a Cebu-based blogger that talks about travel, food and related events in Cebu. He is also a web developer and found Paladin Themes. Please visit my portfolio. If you need affordable hosting, please visit Paladin Themes.

24 Comments

  1. I haven’t tried eating there. In fact, I just found out about it now. Hehe. Hope to try it soon para ma boosog sad ko. LOL 😉

  2. My favorite in Boosog is their monggos. I can finish the entire bowl myself, that is, if I don’t eat rice with it. Lugi ko anang unli rice! Hahahah! I seldom eat 2 bowls of rice!

  3. I haven’t found out about this restaurant and this will surely be on my list to visit. The name itself sounds satisfying and I suppose it really gives justice to its name.

    • laagtabaicom Reply

      You should visit them boss Lai!. And try the monggo.. and beware of arthritis or rayuma if you have..

  4. I haven’t tried Boosog yet but looking at your photos, I can’t take my eyes of the Monggos. Haha! I would definitely try that one out.

    • laagtabaicom Reply

      You should try especially the monggo… Aaah!

  5. I’ve heard about Boosog Restaurant in the Gallery Mabolo but I just knew now that they have a branch in Mango too. I never had a chance to try this restaurant but I will check this out soon para daghan na tang ma boosog. Gutom na nuon ko da. 🙂

  6. I love the baby back ribs sa Boosog. This place used to be my favorite restaurant a few years back. 🙂

    • laagtabaicom Reply

      That one is good too.. but i like the monggos more

  7. Monggos is absolutely one of my all-time favorite dishes! And reading about how they have the best monggos, I just can’t help but crave for it! Might just try the place out if I do happen to stumble across it over at The Greenery soon!

  8. I’ve been to the Gallery but I’ve never tried eating there. I’ll try it sometime with my friends.

  9. Heard about this place before.

    Jom, fist few pictures are blurred. HAHA! I guess the waiter should really start having a photowalk with Rea. HAHAHA!

    • laagtabaicom Reply

      hahaha.. yeah.. or better to get selfie stick instead..haha..

  10. Whenever my mother comes to visit me, we always eat at Busoog. We love their pochero 🙂

    • laagtabaicom Reply

      nice.. hehe. but have you tried their monggo?

  11. Looks like a good place! Murag lami jud ilang monggos da! Nindot pod ikaon diha during one of our work lunch-outs! 🙂

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