Customer Airs Dismay Over Serving Size of Tapsilog He Ordered
TAPSILOG – A customer expressed his dissatisfaction with the serving size of the tapsilog he ordered from an eatery.
Tapsilog is a popular Filipino breakfast dish that consists of three main components: tapa (cured beef), sinangag (fried rice), and itlog (egg). The name “tapsilog” comes from the combination of the first syllables of each component.
It is a common breakfast meal in the Philippines and is often sold in small eateries called “tapsihan.” It is a quick and filling meal that is enjoyed by many Filipinos, especially those who are always on the go.
The meal has gained popularity outside the Philippines and can now be found in Filipino restaurants worldwide. It has become a staple in Filipino cuisine and is often served at family gatherings and special occasions.
Recently, a netizen named Bjie shared a post about the tapsilog meal he bought for P80. The post quickly spread like a wildfire online and garnered various reactions from the social media users.
“Naisip namin ng kapatid ko na kumain muna habang naghihintay sa inaasikaso namin, ‘yung karinderya na ‘yun ang malapit kaya doon kami kumain,” Bjie said.
The client mentioned that the service in the place they ate was good, but he regretted that the serving of the tapsilog she bought was inappropriate for its serving size.
“Baka hindi na [kami bumalik]. Ang mahal kasi. May kasama pa yan na order na tortang talong na ₱75 with rice, ₱55 kapag wala. Naisip namin baka kaya mahal kasi malapit sa government office. Convenient para sa mga taong may sinasadya dun,” the client added.
The netizens expressed their reactions to the post:
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