Welcome to the Dagupan Grill
Taste of the Philippines

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Dagupan is a city in Pangasinan province of the Philippines. It was originally named Bacnotan by the Augustinian missionaries from Spain in 1583, an encomienda, a commercial and financial center of Northern Luzon, Philippines. It was renamed Nandaragupan which means, where people meet and became a city on June 20, 1947. The actual location of Dagupan City is near the Lingayen Gulf, where the Bonuan Bangus "milkfish" source is found in abundance. A variety of seafoods is also found in this same place. And now, it is considered as the most progressive and famous culinary city of Pangasinan.

In 2003, Dagupan City received an award and was officially declared by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest barbecue "Bangus Grilled displayed during yearly festival and harvest of celebration by its respective residents.

The very intention goal mission, and vision of this dining place is to provide quality, unique and exemplary food preparation and great service to all customers with the definition and application of the word DAGUPAN "where people meet" While you dine in with us, please consider yourself an honored guest. MABUHAY and welcome to Dagupan Grill-Taste of the Philippines!


We went here for dinner! It was a wonderful experience. All the staff and owners were incredibly friendly! It was like going to family’s house for dinner. The food was incredible. It was fresh and presented beautifully. I would definitely recommend to anyone!

Staci Stowers

Food was very tasty. The best part was their flexibility in guiding us to order just what we needed for our party of 8. the bday girl got a free dessert. we all sampled YAM ice cream off her plate!

LeeAnn Kasparek

Went today, Friday the 13th, at just after noon with three friends. Between us we shared the lumpia, pancit, pork adobo, fried rice, crispy pork, and pork and chicken BBQ skewers. Everything was delicious! Great fried rice, tender adobo, and the crispy pork belly was awesome. Friendly service. It really appealed to my Filipino heritage. I’ll be back.

David Hegg



Festival Bilao

A festival platter presented on a unique platter bedded on banana leaves. Good for 4-6 people.



Cooked with tamarind base & mixed oriental veggies.



Your choice of chicken or ground pork served with sweet chili sauce



Bay leaves, pepper corn, garlic in special soy sauce

beef tapa

Beef Tapa

Marinated with fresh garlic in house special sauce

Sotanghon pancit gisado

Sotanghon Pancit Gisado

Bean thread noodles, garlic, onions, carrots, cabbage, snow peas & celery

Restaurant Hours

Mon: Closed                                                
Tues: 11:30AM - 2:30PM & 5:00 - 8:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM - 2:30PM & 5:00 - 8:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM - 2:30PM & 5:00 - 8:00PM
Fri:    11:30AM - 3:00PM & 5:00 - 8:00PM
Sat:   11:30AM - 3:00PM & 5:00 - 8:00PM
Sun: 10:30AM - 3:00PM (Buffet)