Likely one of the most popular Filipino restaurants in the country. There are no reservations and little information available online for this DC spot, but it is worth the trip to check it out.
Once you wait, most of the seats are near the action of the kitchen,. The chef creates many Filipino adobos and other flavor-packed dishes.
See the Sisig arrive on a sizzling plate with chopped pork jowl and a raw egg cracked in the center. Then give the kinilaw na pugita, a ceviche-style dish, a try. Chase it with some deep-fried apples nestled inside spring roll wrappers.
Only one dessert on the often-changing menu but likely to be good
No reservations and no phone number, so don’t even try
Mon, Wed, Thurs: 5:30p-10p