History of Sinangag Station

About Us.

Born in the oldest city in the Philippines, Sinangag Station first opened its doors along F. Cabahug Street in Mabolo, Cebu City on October 2003 with the trade name “Sinangag Express”.

About

The story of our
journey until this day.

From what started out as a small kiosk, Sinangag Station soon moved to a nearby building due to its growing number of customers.

Resty E. Esponilla, a veteran in the food and beverage industry, first managed Sinangag Express and soon became its President when the company changed its trade name to 8R’s Sinangag Station and was registered under the Blu-Egg Food Services Corporation on July 2007.    

From then on, Sinangag Station continued to attract customers from all over Metro Cebu due to its presentable yet affordable Filipino meals that were being served 24 hours a day, 7 days a week thus triggering its expansion program. In line with this, the company was also able to put up its own commissary.

From eight items in its menu board when it opened, Sinangag Station now has close to fifty items to choose from, including its a la carte products.

Because of its unique concept, Sinangag Station received many inquiries on how it operates. Since the company’s dream is to expand nationwide, it formally opened its franchise business to the public last November 2007.

At present, Sinangag Station has eight (8) outlets in Metro Cebu and two (2) outlets in Metro Manila.

For inquiries you may reach us thru the following:

Landline: (032) 253 - 3215 Mobile Number:0920 983-2253