Sinangag or fried rice is a staple on a Filipino table. This kind of rice cooking is usually served during breakfast. But, the fetish of such rice paired with Tapsilog (marinated meat with fried egg) seems to be unstoppable from locals. This fetish gave birth to Sinangag Express—a newly established restaurant that serves fried rice combined with various dry viands such as Tocilog (sweet meat with fried egg,) Longsilog (preserved pork or beef sausage with garlic served with egg,) and Daing na Bangus (dried milkfish.) All these meals are really cheap, too. Whenever we dine in Sinangag Express, we spend 100Php or more than US$2 only for two. This resto offers unique fried rice. Unlike other rice servings, the “sinangag” here is mixed with margarine that’s why it’s yellow. If you’d ask me, I don’t really like the margarine mixture because it just gets too greasy sometimes. My friends and other patrons, however, will surely disagree to that criticism.