Posted: 3/31/2006Provided by Citysearch -
In an area that has a lot of Filipino restaurants it's wasy to just be ""another Filipino restaurant."" This one has food that I would compare to nanay's cooking. Anyone who has had Filipino food cooked by their nanay knows that when you go to a restaurant it's never as good. I've been to pretty much every Filipino restaurant in the area and have to say that this one is the best. Adobo, bistec, pancit, tinola, lumpia, longanisa, and all the Filipino breakfasts are just some of the things that they do very well. They have a lot of drinks as well including mango juice, calamansi, and sago. The only drawback to this place is that they're not open every day. Make sure to call them before heading over. Tell them you read this review. If I lived closer to this place I'd be there at least once a week.