It seems that they’ve kept up with the trend because now, you can take out their noodles in bilaos (these are containers made of — I don’t know…anahao?, which is a natural material used for handicrafts) already. Also, their chicken take out is placed in boxes! (as opposed to just wrapped in plastic)
They’re famous for their fried chicken (scrumptuous!! delicious!), their cha mi (sauteed noodles — fat ones that look like udon), their yo chi misua (kidney misua) and a misua (duck misua), oyster cake (it’s oyster omelette, really), and their kikiam (some sort of meat wrapped in something).
We were all so hungry, I only had a chance to take a picture of the fried chicken, which disappeared after a few minutes.
We had that, kikiam, cha mi, sweet and sour pork (not good), sate beef (tasty but meat was not too tender), asparagus and garlic (good!), we had plain rice and S had garlic rice (which was tasty!). I was sooo full and had no space for dessert.
497 Nueva St.