Atoy's reminds me of college days when we used to visit Binan just to eat here or Tudings. Porkchop fried rice and egg so yummy!
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Atoy's Pork Chop is a popular place inside BF Homes, Paranaque. It is a small eatery that popularly sells, what else - Pork Chop. They have other dishes on the menu but each time I eat here, it has always been Pork Chop. For only...More
The pork chop is really tender. And the taste hasn't changed in the past year we've been frequenting this place. Cost is about P70 (1.50 USD) for 1 porkchop, egg and fried rice. The tapa is also good. The downside, being a cheap eating place...More
It's 3 am , hubby's tummy is rumbling. Atoy's is always one of the top choices for late night take out. Two orders of Atoy's would be a standard for him. Two orders of thinly sliced porkchop, one egg and rice would suffice hunger pangs...More
The place is open 24 hours. They serve the usual "X-silogs" but their specialty is the pork chop. Make sure you eat it while it's hot. And dont skip the fat, it's the best part. You can diet later.
If in the middle of the night you decide to have a midnight meal you definitely gotta try this place! Best porkchop I ever tried! Very affordable! Fast service! Not so many choices in the menu but good alternative to Sinangag Express. One of my...More
This is a local budget dish in Manila: Porksilog. It's fried pork chop paired with fried egg and garlic rice. I tried Atoy's after being used to eating at Tuding's. The pork chop was tender and crispy, but the rice was bland, lacks the usual...More
It doesn't get any simpler than this, their signature dish is basically fried pork chops served with fried rice and fried egg, all this fro 65 bucks (Php). Did I mention that they are open 24 hours? So if you are having a case of...More