Tagpuan sa Pandacan – Unli wings and more for $5!

Tagpuan sa Pandacan

Pandacan is a district in Manila, Philippines. It is the former Pandacan oil depot, which supplied the majority of the country’s oil exports. It was Manila’s industrial center. Along the district’s banks of the Pasig River, oil depots that service more than half of the country’s fuel requirements were there. Moreover, the district’s name is from the word “Pandanan”. It is based on the Pandan plant, a fragrant, edible species endemic to the area. The majority of residents are from the lower- to upper-middle classes. Original residents work as blue-collar workers in nearby factories and oil depots, while those in the service sector are primarily employed in Makati, the country’s central business district. Nowadays, remnants of the old district are still visible; old Filipino houses are still all over the place which adds charm to the Pandacan. Some people are still living in these houses and some profit from them.

Tagpuan sa Pandacan

One of the old charming Filipino houses in Pandacan is turned into a restaurant. This food place became famous for its ambiance and generous Unli-wings bundle that costs only Php 279 ($5) per head. It also includes unlimited fries, rice, and drinks as well. Tagpuan sa Pandacan offers 12 flavors of chicken wings to choose from such as Sriracha, Buffalo, Honey Glaze, Garlic Parmesan, and more. They just recently opened in October 2021, marking a year anniversary just a few days ago, as of writing. Furthermore, they also have ala carte and bilao meals for take-outs. Their Bilao meals are ranging from Php 349 (12 pcs) – Php 999 (50 pcs). To wrap the feast up, they also have homemade desserts like mango graham, mango shakes, ice cream, milk tea, and more sweet goods available. Indeed a good place to go for barkada, dates, and family hang-outs!

House Rules

  • No sharing of foods for Unlimited Wings order
  • Can get as many as you want but make sure there’s no left over. Left over will cost Php 30/wing
  • Refill what you can consume
  • There are 10-15 mins waiting time, orders are newly cooked
  • There will be leftover charges for wings, rice, and fries
  • 50% discount for kids 3 feet below
  • No breaks (no coffee or cigarette breaks once started eating)
  • Discreet takeout is not allowed, will pay 3 times the charge once caught


Php 279/head

Includes unli Wings, unli rice, unli fries, unli drinks

Chicken Wings Flavors:

  • Classic Buffalo
  • Salted Egg
  • Sriracha
  • Hickory BBQ
  • Sweet Chili
  • Garlic Parmesan
  • Lemon Glaze
  • Soy Garlic
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Spiced Maple
  • Mango Habanero
  • Korean

Extra Orders

Ala carte orders, not unlimited

  • Pork BBQ with rice Php 99
  • Ice cream Php 49
  • Buko Pandan Php 35
  • Kimchi Tub Php 150
  • Cheese Dip Php 15
  • Kewpie Dip Php 15
  • Mayo Dip Php 15
  • Milktea Php 60/ Php 70
  • Softdrinks Php 35
  • Mineral Water Php 20

How to get there

Via Private Car from Makati

  • Take Golden Meadows Ave to Marikina-Infanta Highway/Marilaque Highway/R-6
  • Continue on R-6. Take Paco-Sta. Mesa Road/Tomos Claudio to E Zamora Street in Pandacan, Manila
  • Continue to Labores

Via LRT 2

  • Go to the nearest LRT 2 station and hop off Pureza Station
  • From Pureza Station, Ride a jeep going to Rotonda
  • Ride a jeep in the jeepney station under the Rotonda bridge going to Pandacan Bayan
  • From Pandacan Church, walk right going to Tagpuan sa Pandacan

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