Still the best pancit palabok, lots of sauce and sahog. Service was excellent, food came out nice and hot. Classic place
Little Quiapo has been around a long time and has endeared itself to many because of its consistent food quality and service. Personal favorites remain the pansit palabok and halu-halo, dishes that have remained muy delicioso years after the old turu-turo at the Quiapo market stoppped operating. You must try LIttle Quaipo for old-fashioned Filipino cooking with generous servings at... 更多
This was a small restaurant that we used to go to when I was a kid. Yes, comfort food taste for me :) 1) Parking bad...that was how I found the place because I had to slow down 2) Parking attendant was good though 3) Waiters were fast to clear tables to accommodate the new diners 4) Orders were served... 更多
I remember hearing of Little Quiapo reputation as a good dining place serving a lot of food favorites, specially their halo-halo for the longest time. My mom and I decided to try it. We went there for lunch and were lucky to get a parking slot and table quite quickly. The ambiance was good and the air-conditioning is sufficient for... 更多
Little Quiapo in QC for us is a simple capampangan Resto yet cozy, it's bordering between an informal busy coffee shop (with array of chichiria for take-out) and a noisy, high-end carinderia. Our standard protocol there whenever we visit, to pig-out first with of our usual favorite lunch of Sinigang na Baboy, Pinakbet and Adobong Pusit, but as always, the... 更多
Its our first time and we ordered our dinner. The staff are friendly and attentive and the service is average to fast. All of the food we ordered are good but since we like kare-kare it is the center of our attention, that is recommended. The place is a bit old-school look but the Airconditioning is just fair. Actually i... 更多
They still make the best halo halo. Very generous with their sweet beans, ube and ice cream. This is our favorite place to have filipino dessert. Service was quick.
Little Quiapo serves Filipino specialty food and they are now situated in the heart of Quezon City. I have been to this restaurant in about 10 to 15 times already. It has something that makes me keep on coming back. The interior reflects the Filipino culture in a provincial way. On its display are some authentic Filipino stuff such as... 更多
We tried this restaurant in Quezon City. It doesn't look much, but the food taste like home cooked meals, as they say like Mama used to cook. This is the place for Filipino comfort food! A must try if you're in the area. We ordered Chicken Mami, Beef Mami, Arrozcaldo, and Sotanghon! Yummy!