Hold down Control (PC) or Command (Mac) key + mouseclick to select more than one option
Posted by anonymous on 07/04/2013
very expensive, for Philipino food...trying to look hip for a neighborhood its located at..very small feels boxed in not very friendly to new Iam Philipino but dont look it because Iam understand the language very well .... I was looking for a place for a family get together however I was very dissapointed.
Posted by nyc pinay on 06/18/2013
Service and atmosphere wonderful but food lacking. to me, food lacked that careful balance that separates filipino restaurants from ordinary and outstanding. feel like cuisine got carried away and fused all sorts of different flavors that just don't make sense to me.
Posted by anonymous on 12/03/2012
I would not recommend this place to anyone. why would you spend top dollar for some crappy food? Don't go here the food is just not good!
Posted by anonymous on 06/21/2012
You should try the "Filipino Pride Chicken "N" Ube Waffle. I've never tasted anything like it before! It was awesome! The ube waffle was served with butter mixed with bagoong (salted shrimp paste) and a caramel syrup. The combination was just incredible. So Yummy! The chicken was fried to the perfect crispiness! All servers were friendly and very helpful with the menu. I was very impressed with everything about this restaurant. I will definitely go back there again with my friends!!
Posted by eater on 06/12/2012
It's not expensive considering this restaurant is in New York City, not JC or Queens. The decor is so interesting and so tastefully done. I don't think this was meant to be "fancy" Filipino food. I'm not sure there is such a thing, unless affixing the word fusion. They did a great job cooking up old favorites! Arroz Caldo was amazing. sizzling Sig-sig isn't my thing but it sure went down well with the San miguel beer! Lechon Kawali was to die for!! The host and owners are so pleasant and accommodating! The cocktails are clever and delicious. Try Pacquiao’s Punch or anything with kalamansi!
Posted by et on 02/19/2012
I appreciate that this is at least a unique attempt at making Filipino food fancy. It's worth trying once probably but I don't think the concept really works in the end. A minor point is the service could also use some polishing.
Posted by johnjonfenomenon on 12/25/2011
The sisig was poor. not taste like real pampanga style sisig. 16 bucks for a silog. Silog is served for breakfast not lunch. very limited menu and very expensive. Take the path train to J.C. many more places that serve authentic and a better value.