Place opens at 4:30pm, which is a bummer if you'd like to have some of their food for lunch. They have an open seating space, can seat around 50 total.
Food is as is - no soup, no chicken oil, just vinegar and soy sauce. Food is also cooked to order so don't come in here starving, as it will take at least 20 minutes before your food arrives.
The atay is creamy and smoky, perfectly grilled. The isol is rich in flavor, smoky, salty, sweetish,fat rendered well so it's not 'nakakaumay'. The gizzard was cooked to the perfect texture and doneness as well.
The 'paa' or chicken thigh I ordered, sadly, I could tell from the taste the chicken was frozen and not fresh. Though flavorful and smoky, Aida's still wins the chicken war.
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