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Little Quiapo Restaurant
Posted by a longtime customer on 10/28/2013
Little Quiapo restaurant used to be a hole in the wall (located at Clark and Montrose) "hole in the wall" is key "Chicago talk" for authentic food, not Americanized food, and a not too decorated interior, it's all about the food.. The food is dependable and keeps me coming back, I am going there with my brood for my birthday! . The bus is an authentic bus of the Philippines, check the Karoake. The good thing is that you get to sample the Philippine food before you order it from the menu. About the lighting, well no one goes there for a romantic dinner.
Posted by Lovely asian. on 10/24/2012
I've only been here one time but I like the place specially there halo halo and mango shake.. The dessert is ok! All in all I give them 4.0..I will defenitely come back here again!
Posted by CD on 10/13/2012
I found this place by accident, tried it. I love it. The place is clean, the food is fresh and good. So much varieties of food and dessert. It is a hidden jewel in Chicago. Cozy place for dining in. The service is great and very friendly atmosphere. Actually, already invited some friends for lunch next week!!
Posted by B. pad on 06/10/2010
This place used to be a bad dump. But now is is much nicer. Don't listen to those old reviews.
Posted by annmariemarie on 03/28/2008
I spent 60% of my time in this place going to what I call the "deep-fried" section. I love how fast they replenish their calamari, lumpiang shanghai, and crispy pata.... dipped in garlic-vinegar sauce... ummm.... The cute jeepney-buffet-table has okay choices. I would still go back for the deep-fried goodies.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2006
My wife and I have eaten here a couple of times, and it's important to remember one thing: you're definitely not gong for the ambience! The food is okay, much like a pot-luck dinner for filipinos, although at times the food can get hard from being out too long! The dining area is what it is...a dining area and nothing more. The TV is turned up way too loud most of the time, and the lighting isn't that great inside. If you're going for the food and you're hungry, give it a try. If you're aching for a great social time, great food and great service....keep looking!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2006
Don't expect gourmet here, just plain old filipino food -- like you'd get if you went to a pot luck party.