This is in DMall in a narrow crescent shaped side alley of shops to the right when coming from the road.
Ate here twice, first time inside and second out. Was up against the wall and when I leant back my shirt was stuck to the oily smoke which had condensed on the wall, a bit like the inside of a chip pan. The second time was outside and my five year old boy was fidgeting around on his seat playing with his toys when the terrible chairs made from reed bar and bits of packing planks tipped over dumping him and several items from the table on the floor.
Having said that, I really like this place and would go back again. It is honest, down to earth Filipino food at very good prices, hence it is alway packed with Koreans. We had pan grilled pork in barbecue sauce serve with rice - came sizzling; Bicol express serve with rice - spicy for me and I love hot food; and Sinigang with fish which was so good I had it again on the second visit.
Some people have described it as a BBQ place, well it is in the Mongolian BBQ type but really it is a traditional Fil setup with big burners and wok type dishes and huge pots of bubbling soup mixture.
I've tried to upload a picture but it seems too small.
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