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Posted by Anonymous on 06/17/2007
First of all, the service at Grill 21 CANNOT be beat!! Our server was very helpful explaining the dishes. The chicken adobo was great and the halo halo was perfect! They also have San Miguel beer, which is something that I couldn't find anywhere in New York! I will definitely be coming back to Grill 21 with tons of friends!!
Posted by MAC on 05/24/2007
I live in Rhode Island and the last time I came to visit, my cousin recommended that we have breakfast there. The food was amazing and the chef, Aris, came out to make sure everything was ok with us, especially knowing that I was from out of town. We also met the owner and he was very nice. We are both filipinos and appreciate good food!!! I will be back in a few weeks and look forward to another good visit.
Posted by Mr. Bigz on 05/07/2007
As you pass it on the street you can see from the large front windows, that grill 21 has a bit of flavor inside. With hospitable waitresses, good food, and a calm/cool environment. Grill 21 allows me to feel like i'm back in the mother land again. For all who love filipino's and filipino food, Grill 21 is on the top of my list. Great filipino food, not so steep prices, Grill 21 is the place to be.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2007
We found this place completely by accident and it was the best we could have come across. The food was great and very authentic Filipino cuisine. The staff were very friendly and the owner has come up with a winner with this hidden gem. Salamat po.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2007
We ordered the beefsteak because thats my favorite Filipino dish and i was hoping it would be tasty like Krystals (RIP). But it lacked that lemony flavor and the meat was just bad. Didn't taste like Mang Totoy's beefsteak at all. Great service though. Apart from the watery consistency, Kare Kare was Ok Ok.
Posted by toan153 on 04/15/2007
I did not expect Filipino food to be very tasty and quite similar to Vietnamese food. The "spring rolls" were filled with pork and yummy veggies. The dipping sauce was similar to the thai sweet and spicy sauce. The tilapia with eggs and tomatoes was perfect. Toasted garlic on white rice added a nice touch. The cured pork was my favorite. The haro haro dessert was excellent to finish off the meal. The owner and chef were very personable and made sure my friends and I enjoyed our meals. I even tried San Miguel beer. Although we had to request for our waters to be refilled a few times, service was friendly and filled with smiles. I am definitely returning with an empty stomach next time.
Posted by FRISCOSAV on 04/04/2007
Just wanted to give some props to my favorite Pinoy spot in NYC. I'm from San Fran and out in Nor Cal I have lots og Filipino friends so I'm always eating good filipino food. Now that I live in NYC I've been going through withdrawls. Ive been to several other filipino spots in NY and so far this one is the best. Its the closest to back in the bay. So close that I brought my pinoy judge along with me and he gave it 2 pinots up! I'll be topsilongin it up for weeks to come and when my filipino crews comes out to NYC in May, i'll be bringing them all here to get Supa Dupa Hyphy with some lumpia!