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If you are looking for a good place to experience Filipino cuisine, Berto's cuisine is the place. The food was tasty. I wanted to assess the food of a Filipino caterer prior to ordering for my Mom's 80th birthday. I went to Berto's cuisine as...More
Customer service is bad we ordered our food and we were given a number but people who came after us were served the food before us. After 45 min of waiting I asked about our order and we were told to wait our food was...More
My family and I had the opportunity to try this restaurant for lunch on a Tuesday. We ordered their TapSiLog which came with beef broth soup and the Berto’s Combi Platter which also came with beef broth soup. The TapSiLog was good, and it was...More
We have not been here for more than a year so it was a nice surprise to see they have acquired the unit to their right and Berto’s is now a much bigger restaurant. Welcoming ambience and friendly, cheerful staff, as always. Bright, charming interior...More
Unfortunately customer service is terrible. We had beef stew- this was good, steamed sui mai was alright, noodles - was a bit dry, and a pork bbq skewer. The pork BBQ was raw, which I understand could happen, so I got up and brought the...More
I ordered their PANSIT for family and friends visiting from the Philippines. Staff said that it was fresh, only made 6 hours ago. Taking their word for it, I ordered it. It was clearly spoiled. Everyone at the table spit it it out. When we...More
Berto’s is a fast casual restaurant where you order and pay to the staff/cashier behind the hot food counter and they bring the food to your table. The restaurant is small, about 20+ seating capacity, but tastefully furnished. The native-inspired decor is a welcome sight......More
Was invited here for lunch and tried their tapsilog (beef, fried rice and eggs) beef was tender but that was it -$ 7.95. Lack of taste in the accompanying rice (was it garlic?). The noodle soup, lomi was also bland, $ 7.25. Service was nice...More
If you're fed up with Somethin' Sweet or Bella's or Oriental Market or even Kusina, well this is another place where you can eat the same food, only at a different location.
For one, the place is small, sits only about 20 people, crammed in...More