Food was okay, food attendants were rude and all over the place. Food lacks ingredients. They had an online promo but had no wifi.
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In my college years in the '70s, me and my friends frequented the Little Quiapon (LQ) branch along Espana, Sampaloc. Back then, LQ was a favorite of many because of their affordable price and good old Filipino food. This Lent, our party of four (my...More
We ordered a couple of dish and a rice platter thinking that the serving is small. But we never thought that PhP 657 meal is good for 3 to 4 and even 5 persons - best deal! Shanghai Rice Platter - Dang!!! It's only PhP...More
You’ll never get any more authentic Filipino food than little quiapo! With all the mushrooming modern Filipino Restos everywhere putting modern twist on every dish, this is the place to offer you what real Filipino food is that we got use to while growing up....More
Food are great and with reasonable price. I love their Kare kare and sontanghon guisado. It is cool inside and the staff are attentive.
This resto is our go to resto whenever my family and i fancy filipino foods. Have tried most of their food and so far havent been disappointed yet. Service is also good and fast. Downside is parking. You have to be early and go there...More
My husband and I were both familiar with the Little Quiapo of old. My daughter had long wanted to sample what this restaurant, with a branch in Paranaque, had to offer. So we accompanied her to this restaurant to check if they still have our...More
We all know that nothing can be compared to our mom's sumputous dishes but LQ's plate can definitely come close to our favorite home cooked meal. The place is strikingly clean and has the homey vibe You just have to be very patient to wait...More
how can i resist their palabok its my all time favorite, together with kare kare and chopsuey, Usually we come in this restaurant if we want delicious pinoy food at value of money. one of the best pinoy style resto in south.