This playful eatery specialises in home-style Filipino dishes. While many of the food options are takeaway, there are a couple of seating options available for those hoping to dine in – including a bright indoor area and outdoor courtyard.

Expect pancit bihon, a fried version of rice noodles topped with either chicken, pork or veggies. Rice noodles also appear with shrimp sauce in palabok, and mingle with egg noodles in a handful of stir-fries. There’s even Filipino-style spaghetti. If rice is more your thing, you might go for the sisig pork, chicken or tofu, or sample the lechon kawali (crispy pork) with rice and egg.

Adobo, spring rolls and seafood often appear on the menu too. Plus, you can continue your Filipino food journey with time-honoured desserts like turon (deep-fried banana rolls), halo halo (a shaved ice sundae) and Mais con Yelo (corn with ice).

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Updated: August 29th, 2023

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