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  • There are also the delicious authentic Filipino desserts such as ginatang halo-halo, cassava cake, pitsi-pitsi, palitaw and more
  • I enjoyed going to Little Quiapo and we went back there thrice already
  • The Little QUiapo I've seen and dine in was the one in Chicago, Illinois but I believe there are other branches in Arlington, Virginia and in Jersey City, New Jersey
  • You will be able to experience Filipino hospitality and taste the viands served in most Filipino tables in less than $15 per person

    • by lipsticknladdles
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      When we went to visit our aunt in Illinois, they brought us to Little QUiapo for dinner, a Filipino Restaurant that serves a variety of Filipino Cuisine. In the buffet table, there is Kare-Kare, Bistek, Halabos na Hipon, Lumpiang Shanghai, Crispy Pata and more. There are also the delicious authentic Filipino desserts such as ginatang halo-halo, cassava cake, pitsi-pitsi, palitaw and more! There, you can even watch Tagalog movies and shows. The wait staff are

      usually in the native Filipino attire and most of them can speak in Tagalog. They are warm and friendly and they attend to the needs of their clients efficiently. I enjoyed going to Little Quiapo and we went back there thrice already. It is not that expensive and at the same time I was able to eat the food that I missed the most, the food that reminds me of home.

      They do accept credit ...


      • cards as a mode of payment. The have take-out and delivery options and you can also call them for reservations. The ambiance is very casual. The place is kid-friendly as well. Although there are no outdoor seating area, the tables inside can comfortably accommodate big groups.

        The Little QUiapo I’ve seen and dine in was the one in Chicago, Illinois but I believe there are other branches in Arlington, Virginia and in Jersey City, New

        Jersey. SO if you are a Filipino who missed Mom’s home cooking, this place might help. If you are someone who is not familiar with Filipino cuisine, Little QUiapo is the place where you can try authentic Filipino food. You will be able to experience Filipino hospitality and taste the viands served in most Filipino tables in less than $15 per person. And oh, you can also enjoy videoke if you’re in the mood for singing!



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