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We were on our way from Washington DC to Richmond and found this restaurant on trip advisor. When we first entered in and looked at the menu, we almost left because everything seemed so foreign. We thought we would give it a try anyway and...More
My wife found reviews on this place so we stopped in for lunch. Being Filipino, we obviously enjoy good Filipino food... but we also love Latin cuisine, so this seemed like the perfect spot. It's in kind of an odd location and pretty plain inside....More
You know you are in an authentic restaurant when the other dinners have driven many miles to enjoy their national foods. We had never tried Filipino food but Tess, the owner, is a great ambassador and immediately offered suggestions on the favorites. We enjoyed it...More
I really wanted to like the place. It is close to me and I love to eat a variety of different foods. I ordered the calamari, lumpia veggie, and BBQ chicken skewers. The server was very nice and patient. She made the recommendation for the...More
I recall having some amazing home-cooked Filipino food a few years back w/some friends. I was impressed with the flavor combinations and variety of options. This restaurant is the closest I have found to that same style of home cooking and all at a fair...More
Came here with my husband because we were staying at the hotel next to it, but did to want to go too far. As soon as I saw the menu that reminded me of childhood. We ate the jibarito sliders, lumpia, and bistek tagolog. All...More
Excellent replacement for the Afghan restaurant that formerly occupied the premises. The adobo chicken, my favorite Filipino dish, is fantastic. Crispy pork belly appetizer also was good. No doubt I will return. A lot of fusion places crash and burn, this is very promising,