Highly recommended!they serve authentic foods.pls call for reservation the restaurant is smaller to avoid long wait.fast service and friendly servers Reasonable price .great experience, be back soon.
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We specifically Ubered from downtown just to check this place out. It is #2 on the most underrated restaurants in Chicago in some travel magazine (cant remember). We were not disappointed. The food was great. Must have the lumpias and the oxtail. Would go all...More
We are looking for Filipino restaurant and found this in google and we tried it and it was good. Only thing the price is expensive for a simple dish. But other than that it is good
Husband and I are in Illinois for a convention and drove to try out this restaurant with high expectations as we saw them being featured in triple D. For us, it's just a so-so. Nothing fancy and special. Tho we love their ube ice cream....More
Great experience and highly recommended for people who have never had Filipino food before. Though I am not an expert, I have been married to a Filipino for three years. Finally, I got to try what my husband calls "the best Filipino restaurant in Chicago",...More
tried isla in lincoln square it was very busy liked the food the bbq skewers were good chicken was also good didn't care for the way they made lumpia small and freid adobo was some of best i've had would go back
I usually visit Little Quiapo when in Chicago but IP was recommended by a Lola who lives in Chicago. How do you doubt a grandma-type who should know what good cooking is? The mixed adobo and jasmine rice made it seem like I was back...More
The lumpia! Paradise. Our table was probably the only one without a Fillipino -- the natives clearly approve of this place. Rightly so.
Went with Filipino cousin, Wife, and baby niece for dinner. Seated immediately which was good. As we were walking in, though, a sketchy character hanging out front was asking my cousin if he had any money. By the end of our meal the police had...More