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elvisahmed | Jan 3, 201707:21 PM    

This place was on the radar after it opened up. So with two friends in tow we decided to show up. Luckily we had made reservations well in advance which are highly recommended as the space the floor level seating taken up by a large group. Several people were even turned away. The seating is very basic. We had already decided for the Kamayan (15$ per person). They minimum size for Kamayan is 2 people so solo diners might be disappointed (one can always order two)
I haven't tried Kamayan style food before hand and my exposure to Filipino food is limited to mainstream items. The serve unlimited serving of mango salad and garlic rice. Both items are decent. As for the BBQ items well its BBQ for starters and done well for seafood (I didn't try any pork items as don't eat those but DC enjoyed them) The fish items and the squid stood out IMO. Shrimps and mussels were OK so were the egg plant and okra but at this price I don't expect much. They serve on a banana leaf and one has to eat with the hand. I can't really eat rice with my hand so luckily they provided disposable gloves which is appreciated. At this price this is a no–brainer IMO. They are easily accessible by TTC if one just takes the howard street exit you can't miss it.

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