It is a reasonably priced restaurant. Most items are typical Filipino fare --- barbecued pork, sisig (chopped up pig face), pancit, inihaw na baboy, etc. For family-style deals, they offer "boodle feasts" where they have a ton of rice sitting on a bed of banana leaves, topped with generous offerings of grilled squid, grilled pork on a stick, grilled beef, and grilled fish. For a group of 12, we spend around $250+ and that was with drinks (mostly alcoholic).
I was also pleased with the service. The servers were attentive and if they promised to get you a fork, they fulfilled it within minutes. They kept refilling our water glasses, and didn't mind the fussiness of our kids.
They were also extremely helpful when someone in our party fainted -- one of the attendants dialed 911 and was able to get paramedics to help our elderly aunt. They kept checking on us long after we had paid our bill and didn't seem to mind if we lingered over our meal.
The parking is limited, so get there early, before the lunch or dinner crowds. It is located in a strip mall, so if you can't find a parking slot, you could always descend into the underground parking (I didn't go in so I don't know how much or how little parking space was available there).