Where To Find The Best ‘Silog’?

Mabel David-Pilar

When it comes to Pinoy breakfasts, the 'silog' is a top favorite.

Tapsilog, longsilog, tosilog—nothing beats starting your day with a plate of hot, greasy sinangag (fried rice) and itlog (egg, typically fried) to go with your favorite breakfast meat: beef tapa, longganisa, tocino, or even hotdog, bacon, corned beef and a whole lot more.

It's such a Pinoy staple, that every man, woman, and child on the street has a say on their favorite 'silog'. And where do you find the best one?

In this exclusive video for Timpla on Yahoo! Philippines, Yahoo! Southeast Asia reporter Jason Domantay hits the streets to ask where Pinoys go to have a plate of the best-tasting 'silog'. Answers range from a tapsihan in Quezon City all the way to eateries in Parañaque and Lucban, from a fast food chain to the "Batcave". Find out if your own favorite is mentioned. If not, add them to the comments section below and share with us why you love 'silog' as well.