Funny Pinoy Business Names

| January 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

The different classes or types of Filipino restaurants around Metro have intriguingly exuded a kind of mystifying elegance and wit which are purely Filipino in character and in their outrageous culinary approach. Needless to say, these Filipino restaurants serve delicious and affordable foods which are very much customary to what restaurants should be, as part of their socioeconomic revolution.

Along this line, I have come across with these cool and exciting informal dining hubs with unique names which are too funny to think and explore about while you are savoring their foodstuffs; which are all original in terms of their easy to find ingredients and the exceptional ways by which they have been named. Let us begin.

Funny Pinoy Business Names

Funny Pinoy Business Names

Funny Pinoy Business Names

Ang Kat Tea– If you are to discover its etymology, it came from a Filipino term which simply means It’s Itchy. But in reality, this a tea house with a very cozy atmosphere which sells teas of various varieties like Milk Tea and Fruit Tea. Apart from these, they also have different types of burgers, shakes and a lot more. This fascinating restaurant is located at 729 JP Rizal St. Lamuan near Roosevelt College Lamuan, Gulf Gas station and South Supermarket.

Ang Kat Tea

Ken Afford– This is one of the best and reasonably food joints along the busy street of the Katipunan in Quezon City. Among its regular diners are from the universities of Ateneo and the University of the Philippines. Insofar as their best sellers are concerned are: Sisig ala Domeng, Kare- Kare and the very appetizing Lechon Kawali.

Ken Afford

Brew Ha! Cafe– A happy, gratifying and meaningful coffee experience in serene province of Bacolod. By the way, the amusing name of their coffee hub “Brew-Ha” (bruha) was taken from the English word which means a witch. The Ilonggo’s owner did not choose their name to scare anyone, they just want you to enjoy their bewitching brews. It is located at SM City Bacolod Northwing 2nd Floor, Rizal Street, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.

Brew-Ha

Eat My GF– Interestingly, Eat My GF stands for Eat My Garlic Fries. The owner of this engaging restaurant/cafe modeled it after his favorite game time snack from California. It is located at Alabang Town Center and Calderon St. Little Baguio, San Juan, Manila.

Eat My GF

Tri Mo Shawarma Co– From their very candid and straightforward business name, there is no doubt that it invites every diner to try their mouth watering shawarma. This is one of the most popular hangouts in Bristol St. Novaliches, Quezon City, among those people from all walks of life most especially for students within and around the area.

Tri Mo Shawarma Co

Pork Barrel Grill and Restaurant– The name is controversial, but the owner of Pork Barrel Bar and Grill Restaurant along Kalayaan Avenue in Quezon City assures its customers that the capital did not come from the pork barrel of politicians.

Pork Barrel Grill & Restaurant

Pizza ng Ina mo– This pizza parlor offers a freshly baked pizza, located at Cainta, Taytay, Angono Rizal. It sounds crazy, yet the pizza here according to reviews was great and affordable.

Pizza ng Ina mo

Nach-O Fast– Offers a truly bite-sized fair of Taquitos, also Nachos, Tacos, Pork Barbecue, Chicken and Pork Adobo, Beef or Chicken Teriyaki, Oriental Chicken, Sweet and Spicy Beef, Chips and Salsa, Tortilla Pizza and Delicious Wraps in an affordable price. They are located at Eastwood Citywalk, Libis, Quezon City.

Nach-O Fast

Meats & Match– is located at McArthur Hiway, Angeles City, Pampanga. The Cabalen’s snack place lets you choose from their different meats for a quick and affordable meal.

Meats & Match

Jusko Thai– This healthy and fresh Thai food is located at ground Floor, Lasapin Foodcourt, Strata 2000 Building, Garnet Street, Ortigas, Pasig City. No need for you to visit Thailand, the taste a delicious Thai food.

Jusko Thai

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