Ate at little quiapo lots of times. I always order their palabok with toasted bread on the side. Their tokwa`t baboy is tasty and they have two types of halo halo - special and fiesta (quite fattening- not for those on a diet. Their prices are quite reasonable. Although parking can be a bit of a problem due to limited space. Just outside the door of the restaurant , there are vendors who sell suman sa lija and fresh fruits. The waiters have been working there for years and they are quite efficient and friendly. I like this restaurant. I always take people from out of town ,friends and family to dine here. I will keep on coming back.
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