Everything is good there my favorite is the chicken curry
For the bold, this is authentic Filipino food, not fusion/modern. Crispy pata (deep fried pork leg) is a must. Pork belly sisig is also good. The garlic rice can be too strong for some. Try the turon!
Dope authentic Filipino food.
Everything is soooo good. They moved next door for a bigger place...
Excellent food and service. Pick a category and let the waiter/waitress take it from there. You won't be disappointed
When you order make sure its the filipino way and when i say that it means order everything at once even the dessert or else they'll forget. Been here twice first i had an ok experience, 2nd worst.
Tuna panga!!!! :)
Grilled Tuna belly (small), steak adobo
Favorite Filipino restaurant. My family's been going here for years. Very authentic and contains a variety of traditional Filipino food. 👌
Best Filipino restaurant in NYC. Everything is just good.
Authentic family run Filipino resto. Lots of seating and good service. Food is delicious and reasonably priced. Cebuano style food! Try their halo halo in a mug and lechon kawali. Lami kaayo!
For authentic Filipino food, this is your go to place! Steps away from train.
Almost always packed, and full of Filipinos (great sign). They've been successful enough to upgrade to a nicer spot next door. The food is legit - I've never had a dish from here that I didn't enjoy
Their renovation made the place look so much better. Too bad the food doesn't taste as good as how the restaurant looks...
Breakfast lunch with my bunny
Go out of my way to come here for the crispy pata!! This place feels like home.
You're about to have an AWESOME meal. You'll NEVER forget today. But be careful & save room for dessert. Order the Halo Halo. You can then either thank me in heaven, or, just like this post now.
Superb food but very affordable! Now they have "kinilaw" the Filipino version of Sushi! Try it!
Don't get the Gulaman at Sago. It's basically water with little tiny beads and tasteless gelatin.
Buko juice is in a can??? What is this garbage??? #LAME
They just opened a completely new restaurant right next door. Really nice. People are super friendly here and the food is great!
turon for dessert!
The braised pork in liver spread was so good on rice
Authentic Filipino Cuisine
Great food but too small. Got there before the rest of my party and they kicked me out of my table. My party arrived shortly after and we waited an hour to be reseated. They need to move spaces ASAP!
ask for recommendations if you don't know what to get. the staff is cery friendly & glad to help. personal favorite: pinaksiw na lechon!
one of my top filipino resto in nyc. just love the fiod here..
Tried all the Filipino restaurants on Roosevelt Ave. This one tops them all!
It's not easy to find an authentic Filipino restaurant in Manhattan, so the trek to Sunnyside for Tito Rad'a is necessary. The tuna belly is moist and flavorful. Servings are large.
The tinolang pompano is superb! Ask for Nenette for other recommendations
Lumpia shanghai, friend bean sprouts, pork adobo.
Ukoy for an app is a MUST! I also cheated and had the avocado shake with my meal.
Bring your own containers for leftovers. Say no to styrofoam!
Food is really good... Had a really Gr8 Birthday Lunch !!!
Must get: adobo fried rice, chicken inasal....
The Avocado Shake is absolutely amazing! I love it! The ukoy & tuna belly is delicious, i'm always ordering it! The service is really good! Highly recommended!
Get the tuna belly, palabok. halo halo. Fantastic
Halo halo is a must
chicken inasal and tuna belly!!!
If you have the fried pork belly (delicious and crispy) you need to share with 4-6 people as it's way too rich for one meal and doesn't come with veggies.
Inasal na manok (grilled chicken) with white rice, mmmm
#Filipino #Immigrants opened this restaurant in 2006
Best Filipino restaurant in NYC, hands down. Go here if you have a big group and want the best as close to home cooked meals.
Grilled tuna jaw! Pork sinigang is good too.