Can you say something about pinoy fiesta restaurant at Nasser, somewhat a review of its food, service and location? I will also appreciate if you can give me their number. I tried calling Qtel and it's not in their database.
I am planning to bring my boss there (non-pinoy) and I want him to try the best Filipino food in town. Kare2x and sisig i guess.
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Friday's. The location and space is great, but their menus were not good. I mean the menu booklet or whatever they call it. Also, It was too humid or maybe raining, and the seats were wet! I went to one table outside and the seats were wet, so I moved to another and again the seats were wet, then finally a waiter approached me and suggested me one table inside..
I don't know if they have already improved their menu booklets and printed new edition.
With this great location and space, they better improve their menus and their customer service.
thanks guys,.. I actually went there tonight and tried both kare2x and sisig myself. Not bad, the sing-a-long was a nice attraction it's just inside their smoking area (not quite good for non-smokers like me and unfortunately my boss too). The bulalo was not good, it's probably because of the beef.
Overall, the experience was good and will pass as decent. The staffs were also accommodating.
Never tried kare2x at chowking though. I might try it next time.
My (Scottish) husband loves the LAING (spicy dried cassava leaves cooked in coconut milk with shrimp and chicken bits) and their pancit guisado.
I'm not fond of their kare-kare, you can have chicken or beef sisig. Though I prefer the "haram meat" sisig :)
I also recommend Chowking.
The place is good but i didn't try kare kare and sisig their chicken barbecue is good but for kare kare i can suggest chowking as I tried other filipino restaurants they are the best on it.