We love you, Crispy Pata, oh yes, we do!
Inspired by previous posts, we applauded Pia's choices on the Tribu menu:
Sisig (to be ordered crisp)
Ginataang Kalabasa at sitaw
Fried Daing na Bangus (milkfish)
BBQ Pork skewers
BBQ Chicken skewers
Rice & Noodles:
Halo-halo (with ube ice cream)
Fried Banana with ice cream
Tribu Iced Tea (like a creamcicle)
Mango Mochi from Creations Dessert (SF)
A Special Thank You to Karen for the creampuffs from Satura Bakery (Palo Alto)
High praise from Pia as she assured Bai that our chowhounders would relish eating everything on the menu. Pia said, "Cook like you would cook for me...they'll enjoy it." but Bai looked sceptical.
We did. We will. We were the first to arrive at 11:30am and the last table to leave at 2:30 pm...happily fed on home-cooked dishes and eager for more. Lunch for 8/$20 ea.
235 El Camino Real
11 am to 9 pm (closed on Tuesdays)
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