Keep an eye out for the neon pig above the door of this modern Filipino comfort food spot—think of it as a porcine portent of things to come. Inside, the vibe is family-friendly and casual with a mix of aluminum and wooden tables set with bamboo and metal chairs.
It may be tough to make a decision after reviewing the mouthwatering menu loaded with—you guessed it—pork. Adobo pork belly nigiri, a chorizo burger and a belly banh mi dabble with fusion, while dishes like lechon kawali stay in line with Filipino tradition. Come hungry for the patita—a hefty pork shank braised, then deep fried and smothered with a chili- vinegar- and garlic-sauce. Not a fan of pork? Order the staff favorite beef tapa with sirloin, garlic rice, eggs and pickled papaya.