Recently I stopped into the local branch of this chain of bake shops based in the Philippines. It had been a couple years since my last visit and I stuck to the savory side of the offerings.
The arroz caldo, $2.75, was delicious, made in the looser style with some individual grains of rice still intact. Flavored with good honest chicken stock, it had some boneless chunks of moist and succulent chicken and rubbery eggs. I liked the toasted garlic chips added as a topping in addition to the chopped scallions. The pork asado siao pao, $1.25, was less successful. The slightly sweet steamed bread wrapper seemed a little undercooked and doughy. The filling was broken up bits of pork and too skimpy.
3885 Sonoma Blvd.