Barrio Fiesta's traditional Palayok Logo

The picture of classic beauty in the frame is Mama Chit, the matriarch of the  family that has created Barrio Fiesta. After 52 years since Barrio Fiesta has been officially launched in Highway 54, Caloocan City their presence has expanded to over 20 branches both locally and abroad.


In my recent visit to Barrio Fiesta Greenhills, their transformations are very much evident in the furnishings and yet they have maintained the colors of the festivities (as such, the fiesta) in the art pieces and the new menu cover. These said changes, maybe to be abreast with the modern times, has retained the traditional taste of Filipino dishes that we have been loving while growing up.


Being the inventor of Crispy Pata (crispy fried pork knuckles) and has popularized Kare-kare (a local variation of curry), their other dishes are as exciting too like  Kilawing Tanigue (my favorite), Sizzling Sisig, Laing, Kuhol sa Gata (aka the “escargot” hehehe).

Crispy Pata

Kilawin Tanigue


Vin's Chocolate Ganache Cake

Barrio Fiesta is able to imbue its patrons with pride for authentic Pinoy taste.

One of the eight children of Mama Chit who heads the Greenhills and Dela Rosa branch is Corazon Ongpauco Tamayo (left). Zee with renowned bloggers Arpee and Juned

Download menu here:  Barrio Fiesta Greenhills Menu

Barrio Fiesta Greenhills also owns and manages Fiesta International Catering Services, a full-service catering company that offers an array of international cuisines, elegant dining set-ups and good value for money.

Barrio Fiesta Greenhills also owns and manages FiestaInternational Catering Services, a full-service catering companythat offers an array of international cuisines, elegant dining set-upsand good value for money.

Function Room of Barrio Fiesta Greenhills

Art Pieces by Ton Raymundo in Barrio Fiesta Greenhills

Contact information:

EDSA Greenhills – 7267836

Dela Rosa Carpark 2, Makati –


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Valero Carpark 2, Makati –


Fiesta International Catering Services –




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