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(5/5) pork sisig (diced pig ear, onions, carrots quick-cooked in vinegar, pepper, and soy): soooo yummy. Tender, peppery, and vinegary all at once. A must order. — PaulaF on Feb 03, 2010
(4/5) The addition of quail eggs to our Chicken Adobo dish was something I never saw before, so that was a unique touch and the vinegar, soy, garlic-based sauce was perfect to pour on my rice. I didn't even need to eat the chicken. That sauce was enough. — pleasurepalate on Jul 31, 2008
(4/5) Boneless milkfish grilled with butter and vegetables - quite heavenly to eat milkfish without having to worry about the seemingly hundreds of small bones this fish normally has and then adding butter to the mix, how can you go wrong? — pleasurepalate on Jul 31, 2008
(4/5) Fried egg rolls with ground pork - crispy, fried to a nice golden brown, pork filling was moist and surprisingly the egg rolls weren't as oily as fried foods can sometimes get — pleasurepalate on Jul 31, 2008
(4/5) Bean thread noodles sauteed with pork and shrimp and mixed with shredded vegetables - the noodles absorbed well the flavors of the pork and shrimp plus I liked its slightly fried-chewy texture. — pleasurepalate on Jul 31, 2008
(3/5) Oxtail and vegetables stewed in peanut sauce: Okay, but like it to have a stronger peanuty-flavor. That said, my friends loved it, so this might just be a personal taste thing. — PaulaF on Feb 03, 2010
(3/5) A large platter of various grilled meats and seafood that came with a variety of sauces from vinegar with pickled carrots to shrimp sauce and was quite tasty. — pleasurepalate on Jul 31, 2008
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