Hidden within the fourth floor of Lucky Plaza, Inasal has a storefront selling all types of Filipino baked – and fried – goods. But take a chance and walk the dimly lit corridor just beside the stall and you’ll find Inasal’s main restaurant. Serving you Filipino cuisine realness, this restaurant has selections ranging from your typical breakfast SiLog combos (rice, egg and chosen meats) to warm comfort dishes such as bulalo (beef and bone marrow soup) sisig (a minced pork dish seasoned with calamansi, onions and chilli peppers). Don’t forget to try its signature chicken inasal, which is grilled and glazed chicken paired with steamed white rice
Filipino cuisine in itself is a roller coaster ride of flavours – it has a little bit of Spanish, Malay and Chinese influences, but ultimately quite it's own cuisine. Whether you’re craving something comforting or you want to destroy your diet altogether, Filipino food has you covered. From fast food to homemade food by titas and titos from the mainland, Singapore has you covered to satisfy your lechon and sisig cravings.