Gotobox’s slogan, “#PangArawArawAngSarap,” encapsulates the company’s extensive catalogue of delicious Filipino dishes. Gotobox serves its original Goto recipe and additional delicious specialities, including Silog, Pares, and more, in a broth that has been simmered for more than 12 hours.
Binabalik-Balikan Dahil SA Sarap Ng Aming Original Special Goto Creations.
Goto’t Batok – Porridge Cooked With Ginger and Garnished With Fried Bulaklak and Bagnet
Spicy Goto Lava – Pork Maskara, Pork Liver, Bagwang, Egg Yolk, Green Chili Fingers, Bird’s Eye Chilis
Tapsilog – Tender and Flavorful, Slivers of Beef Tapa Cooked With a Mix Local Spices and Seasonings
Saucy Braised Sliced Beef Paired With Either Garlic Fried Rice or Mami Noodle Soup. a Delish Hunger-Buster!
Beef Pares Special – Tender Pares Made From Beef Shank, Brisket and Tendon
Yummy Side Dishes That Go Well With Any of Your Favorite Gotobox Meals.
Lumpiang Togue – An Appetizer Consisting of Julienned or Togue With Ground Meat or Shrimp in a Thin Egg Crêpe That is Deep-Fried
Okoy – Crispy Deep-Fried Fritters Made With Glutinous Rice Batter, Unshelled Small Shrimp, and Various Vegetables
Tokwa’t Baboy – Crispy Pork Pisngi, Braised Pork Ears, White Onions and Fried Tokwa in Our Special Soy Vinegar Sauce.
Dessert & Drinks
Sweet Endings to Complete Your Satisfiying Gotobox Meals.
Classic Ice Scramble Overload – Ice Scramble Overload is a Filipino Frozen Dessert Made From Shaved ice with Banana Extract and Evaporated Milk
Leche Flan – Leche Flan is a Filipino Dessert Made With Egg Yolks, Milk, Sugar, and Vanilla Extract
Saging Con Yelo – Banana With Caramel Sauce, Milk, Shaved Ice, and Sago.
Samalamig – Samalamig, Also Known as Palamig, Refers to Various Traditional Filipino Sweet Chilled Beverages
Established in February 2020 on Gil Fernando Avenue in Marikina City is Gotobox, a Filipino quick-service restaurant. It was once a modest neighbourhood eatery, but because of rapid expansion, it is now one of the Philippines’ most popular destinations, with six locations and a kiosk.
Mr. Edward Dela Cruz, the company’s CEO and sole owner, was inspired to create the business by fond memories of the legendary goto stores he frequented as a kid in his home province of Bulacan. The utilitarian aesthetic of shipping containers primarily influenced Gotobox’s design. The ultimate goal of Dela Cruz and Gotobox is to have the brand recognized throughout the Philippines. Gotobox is expanding throughout Metro Manila and will soon reach the suburbs and outlying provinces.
Gotobox Online Delivery Information
You can use food delivery services such as Foodpanda, Grabfood and others to order your Gotobox food.
Gotobox Branch Finder
Currently, Gotobox has 6 branches across the Philippines. Below you will find the exact address of each location and a direct telephone number.
Main Branch: 8 Mayor Gil Fernando Avenue, Extension Sto. Niño, Marikina City. Marikina City 1800 Philippines, Telephone: 8294 0134 / 0917 627 7952
C&B Circle Mall Marikina: C&B Circle Mall Corp Liwasang Kalayaan St. Marikina Heights Marikina City 1810 Philippines, Telephone: 7529 1217 / 0927 855 8192
U.N. Avenue: Unit G-3 Times Plaza Building, United Nations Ave., Taft Ave. Ermita 1000 Manila, Philippines Manila 1600 Philippines, Telephone: 5310 3526 / 0995 572 6512 / 0968 321 8302
Southgate: Unit G-09 Ground Floor Southgate Mall 2258 Chino Roces Avenue corner EDSA Makati City 1232 Philippines
Malolos: 450 Purok 1 Mc Arthur Highway, Tikay Malolos Bulacan 3000 Philippines, Telephone: 0917 623 3342
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