Gather all your Filipino cravings because Barrio Fiesta has saved all the best just for you with this Ensogo treat on all the classics: Kare-kare, Binagoongang Baboy and Shanghai Rice. The home of authentic Filipino cuisine has been serving Filipinos with passion and ultimate love for food since 1952, which is why it is, with its many branches all over the country, still the home of many family gatherings, birthday celebrations, office dine-outs, weddings and a whole lot more.
At Barrio Fiesta, the sights, sounds, smell, feel, and tastes of the native dishes prepared opulently will introduce (or reintroduce) you to the country's fine culinary heritage. For this very reason, the casual dining restaurant has become a Pinoy household name, and even with numerous branches nationwide, it has managed to maintain the great home-style cooking of its founder which Filipinos from different generations have come to love. Barrio Fiesta is a truly Pinoy restaurant, making its festive food more than enough reason for friends and families to celebrate life's little fiestas.
The brainchild of Sixta Evangelista-Ongpauco, Barrio Fiesta traces its humble beginnings to a small eatery in the Ongpauco ancestral home in Caloocan City during the 1950's. "Mama Chit", as she is affectionately called, soon transformed the small eatery into a full-blown fine dining restaurant by serving her specialty, the Kare-kare. A few years after, Barrio Fiesta unveiled what would later become a classic Filipino favorite, the original Crispy Pata. The two recipes became the backbone of the Barrio Fiesta menu, which also featured tried and tested Filipino dishes with Mama Chit's twists.
With the help of her eight children, Mama Chit expanded Barrio Fiesta into numerous branches across the Philippines and in other countries. Today, Barrio Fiesta strives to keep Mama Chit's excellence in cooking by serving her signature dishes as she prepared them fifty years ago. Come celebrate life's little fiestas in the "Original home of Crispy Pata and Kare-Kare".