We went there twice a year ago. The second time we were thinking it couldn't possibly get any worse...wrong. I haven't been back since nor do I plan to go back.
Prior to getting our food we chatted it up with one of the owners/chef. She bragged that her chef had studied at a prominent culinary school in New York. Naturally, we were quite excited. There isn't a single Filipino restaurant in the Citrus Hts. area.
Very disappointing. My sister ordered minudong baboy. They were very stingy; I can count on one hand the number of pork slices, same with the vegetables. Mostly just sauce which was very lacking in flavor.
I had ordered BBQ on a stick with rice. Since it was just past lunch I had to pay for their dinner price. The lunch came with two sticks, rice, and egg. So naturally I thought that since I was paying dinner price I would get more. INSTEAD THEY SERVE ME 1 STICK OF BBQ AND A SMALL SERVING OF RICE.
Being the sole Filipino restaurant in the city they should do more in promoting the food culture of the Philippines. Being Filipino I take shame on what they do...pitiful.