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Posted by a longtime customer on 2013-10-29
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 a
Posted by Lovely asian. on 2012-10-25
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 2012-10-15
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. Actu
Posted by B. pad on 2010-06-14
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 2008-03-31
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 ch
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-12-20
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 t
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-09-06
Don't expect gourmet here, just plain old filipino food -- like you'd get if you went to a pot luck party.