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This is a market and restaurant. They have many items for sale that have been imported! The restaurant itself is very small, only 6 tables and there is only one server, at least on the day that we went. The food itself was delicious! We...More
Everytime I visited a Filipino restaurant I always ordered “halo-halo” which is a Filipino dessert made up of different mixtures of sweets, crushed ice and scoops of ice cream on top, deliciously presented obviously once eaten it started melting in your mouth, a heavenly indulgence!...More
Found a "hidden" gem for Filipino food. We shared an appetizer of lumpia, my sister and I both had the pancit. my nephew had the curry chicken. All authentic, made and served by the owner, cook, server! Great value!
I'm not lowering my expectations, I'm just seeing this place for what it is: your typical family owned, mixed use business that combines a restaurant, bakery, mini grocery store, and "balik bayan" center (and maybe even an impromptu karaoke bar minus the libations). If you're...More
If you are craving the best of Filipino cuisine in Pinellas County, you have arrived at the correct restaurant !!! I have eaten probably 40 times in the last 3 years. The variety of dishes on the menu is amazing. And they have the home-cooked...More
Mercedes bake shop is a bit of a hidden gem. It's located in a small plaza and the restaurant itself only has three booths. However it is half small asian market. I ordered the chicken adobo and chicken poncit both were delicious! The adobo could...More
As the pictures showed they had a ton of boxes and it was difficult to move around. We didn't know what to order, luckily the table next to us was able to explain the menu. The food was good, but bland. It could be my...More