True-blue Pinoys cannot go through the day without rice, and apparently, even through the night. A true Pinoy meal does not consist of hamburger and French fries. It must have rice and viand, and tapsilog is as true as any Pinoy meal can be.
Although tapsilog-serving carinderias and restaurants exist all over the country, no store remained open 24-hours a day to service one's longing for tapsilog at the wee hours of the morning.
SINANGAg Station comes to the rescue with its 25/7 fast food service to offer tapsilog to its customers as well as a clean and well-lit place to enjoy it.
Resty E. Esponilla, a veteran in the food and beverage industry and now an entrepreneur, put up SINANGAg Station, an all-day, all-night fast food restaurant that serves full meals at rock-bottom prices.
Born in the country's oldest city, SINANGAg Station opened its first outlet along F. Cabahug Street in the booming Village of Mabolo, Cebu, Philippines on October 24, 2003.
The outlet got the attention of locals and foreigners who don’t see the need to go to the city center anymore. Now, a leisurely walk is all it takes to order a tapsilog, and other set-off Pinoy meals.
The combination of blue and yellow proved to be very appealing, as customers trooped in to order and seat themselves in wooden table and benches designed and made exclusively for SINANGAg Station.