What started as a catering company soon became a hidden hot spot for Los Angelinos looking for tried-and-true Filipino comfort food. Guy loved the barbecue beef short ribs paired with a sharp crema horseradish sauce. And diners better watch out -- the addictive Bibingka cornbread is a real winner.
Chef-Owner Warren Almeda serves up American twists on classic Filipino dishes at this Koreatown joint. Guy just had to try the Sisig Hot Dog. As the name suggests, this dog is dressed up with sisig (a Filipino mixture of ground pork belly and pork snout, made in-house daily), in addition to garlic crema, pickled red onions, radishes, green onions, a fried egg and the Filipino citrus known as calamansi.
Chef Brian Hardesty and co-owner Joel Crespo are crankin' out Filipino street food. On a hot summer day, Guy enjoys the blue crab ceviche and an order of pancit made with fresh noodles. To finish off your meal, order the One Inch Punch with black currant juice, pineapple juice, coconut milk and mint.