Shocked, I tell you, shocked I was to find a "Filipino" restaurant in Iceland. Of course talking to the waitress she says, it's "Filipino tastes" that they do their best with what they can buy out of Reykjavik. The menu is not obviously Filipino but you have to know what to look for. Stir-fry noodles with vegetables and meat = pancit. Stir-fry chicken with potatos and peppers = chicken apritada. Beef with onions = bistek. All of it was decent and hit the spot. My friend also ordered a hamburger, which was of decent size, and she felt it had a different flair from all other hamburgers she had ordered in Iceland. It was a little slow to get the food, but it's probably because they are cooking it too order and not having some of it sit partially cooked.
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