Joyce D.

It’s a small eatery where you can purchase filipino dishes and sit down to eat it…if there is space. It’s a tiny tiny place. However if you’re craving or just wanting to try authentic filipino cooking, this is the best place to visit in the DMV. My favorites are the pansit palabok and fresh lumpia, but I haven’t really had a bad dish here. They even had halo-halo during the summer. Oh, and I can’t forget the breakfast dishes served Friday, Saturday , and Sunday mornings- tapsilog, longsilog, etc. (Google if you’re not familiar). Overall love this place. As long as the quality of the food remains consistently good I will be a repeat customer.

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