Pinoy Food Trip: Hidden Tapsihan, Kawit Cavite's Best-Tasting Tapa

If there's one "hole in the wall" food stop that you should try in Kawit, Cavite, it has be the "Hidden Tapsihan". Located along an alley and indeed hidden in a residential area, they are famous in Cavite for having the best-tasting tapa in town. Their old fashioned pinoy tapa is marinated in a sweet sauce that definitely matches the Filipino taste bud; and oh, I have to mention that it's really tender.

The tapsilog looks very ordinary with the usual tapa, fried egg and sinangag, but wait until you dip it in their special in-house vinegar which makes it surprisingly delicious! The vinegar is a bit sweet and not too sour, a special mix which truly matches the tapa. You may also add a bit of ketchup and hot sauce; and you'll certainly have the perfect sauce for your tapa!

The price? An order of tapsilog costs 65.00 pesos, definitely cheaper than SEx! Hahaha!

So, if you happened to be in Kawit Cavite area and craving for some tapsilog, visit the Hidden Tapsihan, I swear, it's the best-tasting tapa in town!

Hidden Tapsihan

Address: Mascardo Street, Brgy. Wakas, Kawit, Cavite
Telephone: (046) 686-1341
Other branches: Kalayaan Road (Kawit, Cavite); Barangay Habay (Bacoor, Cavite) and in Tanza, Cavite


From Lawton in Manila or Baclaran in ParaƱaque, take an air-conditioned bus bound for Cavite City, fare is 30-40 pesos and travel time is around 1 hour depending on traffic condition. Get off at the town proper and walk or take a tricycle to Hidden Tapsihan. It is just a few blocks away from the town church.

This is part of the "Kawit Tour" we had on December 22, 2012. You may read the other posts from the links below:

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