Came in this morning around 940ish, but they weren't open yet. Jerwin was very helpful though and kind enough to let us order. They are still in the process of opening the business. Unlike most Filipino restaurants that are buffet, you can dine in and order off the menu.
The portions are perfect. I ordered tapsilog which came with garlic rice and egg along with mango juice. I was so full. It was very good.
Just an FYI, their correct hours are 10-8pm and they are close on Tuesdays.
I was driving down route 18 the other day when I saw the sign for this place. As I was craving for some Filipino food at the time, I thought why not give it a shot!
I walked in with my partner and was greeted warmly by the manager there and sat at the booth. Staff was very friendly and we talked plenty about their plans for the future of the restaurant and it seems like they have a lot of up and coming changes on the way which is great!
I ordered the Beef Caldereta with Garlic rice and two eggs, and I must say I was thoroughly pleased with what I got. Especially for the price, you get a good portion of food with that familiar filipino taste. I haven't been back in the Philippines for a little while but I must say with their menu here, any Filipino would be very pleased with the reminiscent feeling you'd get while eating the food from here ( they have tapsilog, etc. here as well as other traditional dishes )
Overall I was very pleased with what I had and I for one am very excited to see the updates they have in store for the future.
I will definitely be coming back.
This place is great. The staff is very friendly and attentive. I loved the booths and the art on the walls. We ordered a mango juice, an appetizer that I can't quite remember the name of but was sort of like a pork spring roll (SO good), pork sisig and topsilog. Everything was delicious. I definitely plan on coming back.
We were just passing through to go back to Buffalo New York after attending the wedding of my good friend's daughter in New Jersey. What the find it was! The owner was very friendly and explained that she takes time to actually prepare the various ingredients required to make their meals. For example, she makes her own noodles for a dish called pansit luglug. The Philippine sausage (longanisa) was definitely homemade. The food was good and it was a good experience for us. Will definitely visit agiarn when we are in the area. The only reason I did not give 5 star was because they were out of stock of some items.