This may be the place for your local Filipino gossip. An all-day hangout, the bakery-restaurant is all ease and conviviality. A display case stocked with traditional sweets-maybe a soft cassava cake-is alone worth the visit. So, come as you are and settle into the well-maintained dining room for a more thorough introduction to this island nation's cuisine. Discerning just what's in each dish can prove challenging, but find straightforward pleasure in all-day breakfast treats like eggs with longganisa or sarsiadong bangus-fried milkfish steaks simmered in a subtle yet flavorful fish sauce and topped with scrambled eggs. Chicharon bulaklak and accompanying house-made suka (coconut-sugarcane vinegar steeped with bird chilies) lends quite the kick to fried chicken skin.
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