Chibugan–Del City, OK

Chibugan Filipino Cuisine
4728 S.E. 29th St.
Oklahoma City, OK

Status: Open as of Apr. 23, 2016

Chibugan--Del City, OK

Chibugan–Del City, OK


Mar. 23, 2016:  Chibugan Restaurant in Del City, OK (near Tinker Air Force Base in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area) will be open soon, and as far as I know will be the only Filipino restaurant in the metro.

Chibugan's interior

Chibugan’s interior

It looks as if it is almost ready to go, but they have not yet announced an opening date.  Those in the area, though, may want to keep a lookout for it.

Filipino decorations on the wall

Filipino decorations on the wall

Thanks very much to Arlene Clifton for providing the photos and for giving us a heads up that Filipino food will soon be available in the Oklahoma City area.

Update Apr. 23, 2016: Chibugan is now open for business


22 thoughts on “Chibugan–Del City, OK

    • The last word I got is that final touches are being done and they are awaiting OSDH inspection. I think we should hear some news about it very soon.

    • Thanks very much for your report. It sounds as if they had a successful grand opening! I just found their Facebook page and posted a link to it.

  1. We went there yesterday but they said they run out of food, opening day they run out of food? they said we have to wait till 7 pm to order. all the empty tables
    but they said its already reserved, not a very good first impression.

    • Hello, we didn’t anticipate the huge crowd and we do apologize. We are correcting the issues and will try to accommodate our customers to have a good experience to our resto.

  2. Poor service they give us a menu but they don’t take our order Waiting almost an hr until we call them. The people on the next table arrived later but they were attended emmediately. Ano to? Palakasan system?

    • I apologize for the inconvenience. It was an oversight on our end. We are working our best to fix our ordering system. Wala po sa bokabularyo namin ang palakasan. Pasensya na po ulit kung matagal po ang hinintay ninyo.

  3. Been excited to have a Filipino restaurant here,we have to go to Dallas to go a Filipino restaurant. Was excited to tell my wife cause she’s from Guatemala. She love our food too.N

  4. I’m excited to hear about a Filipino restaurant opening near AR.

    Do you serve Pinoy delicacies like suman, biko, puto, etc? Do you carry Goldie locks products too?
    Do you have a web site where we can check out the menu?

    Thanks!

  5. I just heard this with one of our guest. I did not even know na meron na pala. Thank you Chibugan for bringing this in Oklahoma. I can’t wait to visit you tomorrow. Naglalaway na si ako:)

  6. I ordered dinner tonight. I am sorry but I am really disappointed. The pork barbecue was really dry and could have been cooked hours ago. It tasted awful and stingy. The dinuguan was the worst dinuguan I tasted in my entire life. The vinegar was not cooked and it was just full of fat. I would like to support this establishment because this is the only Filipino restaurant we have but please put some pride in your cooking. It is not my attitude to give bad remarks and I really would like this restaurant to succeed, but please do your part.

  7. I ate at Chibugan today for the first time and I can’t wait to go back. I ordered the barbecue chicken, pancit, lumpia, and halo halo. Everything was delicious, the service was lovely. I am from Olongapo City and I have waited for years for a Filipino restaurant to open up in the metro. Great experience all around.

  8. When you work the whole and cooking our Filipino dishes, the way we wanted it is not that easy but having a Resto in town is more likey to have. Some of the food may not cook or taste best but good enough to fill up your longing for Filipino delicacies. If some does not like their cooking, then do it your way than saying something that is uncalled for. I may not like some dishes but I am sure that eating food that I grow up with makes me feel proud as a Filipino. We cannot hide the fact that we do still want to eat Filipino foods wherever we go.

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