🙂 = Highchairs available. Delicious, home-cooked grub! Styrofoam cups for all my messy drinkers! More exotic options than other Filipino restaurants in the area. Attached to a market – so, you can shop after you eat! The produce was very fresh. They cater – if you’re looking to share that Filipino-food goodness with your friends.
🙁 = Small, dark dining area. SLOW, not-so-personable service (extreme emphasis in SLOW). No changing table (but there is a long table in the restroom that could be used for your diaper-changing needs). No kids’ menu. A bit pricey in comparison to other Filipino restaurants in San Antonio.
Notes: Sometimes, Filipino restaurants can be hard to maneuver. So, I thought I’d break it down for you. #yourewelcome. When you arrive, seat yourself and wait to be served. Once you’ve gobbled up the goodness on your plate, walk to the register to settle up your bill and pay upfront.
Hours: Monday through Saturday: 9A-9P; Sunday: 9A-6P