I drove from Texas to Arizona to visit my in-laws and was craving Filipino food. I went to Manila Sunrise as soon as I woke up to eat breakfast but it was closed. What a waste of time.
My family and I had Saturday morning breakfast. If you miss some good Filipino home cooking, come here! It's not a fancy place but you come for the food and it's good food! The prices are reasonable and you get full! You can also watch...More
Went here for lunch on a weekday, no crowds. Had the sisig (chopped pork braised in vinegar and onions), caldereta (beef stew), and the fried bangus (milkfish). All good. Then I topped it off with the halo-halo (shaved ice with milk and preserves) for dessert....More