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. It was ok. As with most Filipino eateries, the place is small and the decor not much more exciting than a small office employee lunch room. You come here for the food, not the ambience. Friendly service. Prices were reasonable. Plenty of parking.
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