Excellent lumpia and adobo. Say hi to Willy, the owner.
If you like your sinigang extra sour, don't bother coming: I've asked for that twice (even seeing the server write "extra sour") to no avail. Nice people, though - Willie loves to chat people up.
Try the Tapsilog for brunch.. it's really good!! :)
I was pretty disappointed with the food. The sauce of the bistec tasted like it came from a packet. Don't think I'll be coming back.
Skip it all together and head on over to Grill 21
Service was a bit on the slow side but the pork adobo was very very good.
Home cooking from a Filipina mom. Literally. Authentic! Yay for this find.
SLOWEST SERVICE EVERRR
Yummy sisig. Mediocre kare kare. Super slow service. Prepare to wait and hope they don't forget u
They serve super fatty foods. Not for the weak stomach.
Filipino restaurant in the east village! Staff is very friendly and the food makes me miss my mother's cooking. Eat in the back garden cuz it's cute!
really good and legit filipino food. get the garlic fried rice, laing, lechon kawali, and chicken inasal
Dinuguan was delicious. Lumpiang shanghai has potential, the filling was deelish but the skin was soggy!
Lechon kawali, fish sinigang & lumpiang shanghai were excellent.
Good peanut butter sauce on their oxtail kare kare. Don't forget to add a little shrimp paste.
Get the pork belly (lechon kawali)...crispy perfection!