We were looking for a Filipino restaurant while on vacation. Given the great reviews, we didn't even think twice to visit it. When we pulled up, we weren't even sure if it was open for business. There was another family dining in when we got there. The place was dark and not very inviting. Less than half of the menu was considered Filipino. Not a lot to choose from if that's what you came here for. Finally, I settled for one of the most popular, basic Filipino dish, nilaga, only to be told that they don't have it. We quickly left the place and ended up going to a Pho (Viet) place for some rice and "ulam". This review is mostly first impression as we didn't get to try any dish. Pretty disappointed.