Great tasting good for a restaurant located in a food court. Loved the Bicol Express and fried bangus belly. Decent pricing too.
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An "Inay Filipino Kitchen" quick order guide: Pork safe options (for those who watched "Okja"): Small snack? Turon Larger snack to carry around? Halo-Halo Tasty meal (May have pork depending on choices): Something simple? All Day Breakfast plate Fil-Am fusion? Sisig Fries Like choices? Combo...More
It has various dishes of Filipino food, snacks and desserts. They have 1 to 2 sides dishes. Plus all day breakfast too. No regular sodas, all Philippines juice and tea. Yes they have Halo-Halo too.
This is a review for Inay Filipino Kitchen, downtown San Francisco. It is located in the AMC building across from Moscone Center. I was delighted to see the variety of foods on offer at the various food vendors in the AMC theater Plex. I was...More
Was excited to see a Filipino restaurant so close to where I was staying for a conference. Counter service and food court style seating. The food was very very good. Many food selections available. The associates behind the counter were very friendly and very helpful...More
Generous servings Authentic Filipino cuisine Delicious food Bbq is good but a bit dry; could be basted with sweet tangy Pinoy bbq sauce Good variety of Pinoy dishes If you miss Filipino food and have no time to cook at home, this is a nice...More
Located very close to Moscone Convention Center. Fast Food Filipino Cuisine. I tried the white rice with the pork stew and it was good. Servers are friendly.
limited buffet style menu but all well prepared, huge portions at reasonable prices. a twist on fast food, in a good way
Went there on a Friday evening. Service was slow. Vegetable lumpia is small,crispy, and not too greasy but also not so hot. Had caldereta,garlic rice, and pancit. Good portions, bland and cold. Maybe it's better fresh after a movie but I won't be going back....More