JoLogs is a Filipino bistro under the umbrella of Cafe Calle Real. The word "JoLogs" is the short form of Jojo's many Silogs. The word "SiLog" is the acronym of Sinangag (Garlic Fried Rice) and itLog (Sunny-side-Up Fried Egg). The bistro offers an array of traditional Filipino meats in various marinades complimenting our house-special garlic fried rice and home-made pickled green papaya, called "achara". JoLogs' unique selling proposition is that it is the very first of its kind in the whole of Singapore. It is a place where novelty dishes are offered. These dishes are unique yet not new or unpopular. It is part and parcel of the rich Filipino culture and cuisine. Get JoLogs food with dessert and refreshing drinks quickly in a spill-proof container to go. The company is the pioneer who offered full-service catering of authentic FilipinoSpanish cuisine and ex-owner of the first and only Filipino-Spanish cafe/restaurant in Katong. We guarantee JoLogs' Outstanding Level of Genuine Satisfaction to you.
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Jologs Xpress is one of the few eateries in Singapore that serves authentic Filipino cuisine. Although they are adapting the Singaporean taste buds, they truly cater one's cravings for Filipino dishes. Tapsilog as they call it is a common breakfast meal in the Philippines and is one of the flagship recipes of Jologs. They also serve a variety of dishes that comes with fried rice and egg. Most of the foods in the menu ends with “silog” (“si” for sinangag or fried rice and “log” for itlog or egg)
Most of the time, this place is packed with Filipinos. The foods quite lack the flavorful taste that locals are used to, hence, foods are blunt if one is used to spicy dishes. But the milkfish, fried rice and egg (bangsilog) is my all time favorite. The fish is savory and cooked just the way I like. It is well marinated which makes it tastier.
This might not be a good one for locals and tourists alike but there are lots of Filipino workers in Singapore and Jologs is surely one of the places they love. After all, I believe the place was designed with the concept of bringing the Filipino migrant workers in Singapore closer to home. :)