It is a Mom & Pop buffet style Filipino restaurant. The menu changes every so often, most of which I consider good eats, and some are simply - forgettable. But then again, by nature Filipino dish is not for everybody's taste bud. However, they have some off the menu offerings like the tasty BANGUS (Milkfish) that are marinated in soy sauce, lemon, garlic, vinegar, onions, and pepper overnight, fried and served butter flied. It is also worth mentioning the down-home TAPSILOG, a Filipino style char grilled pork, fried rice and fried eggs. On their buffet if available, try the DINUGUAN. It's a delicious meat stew very thick in consistency, chocolate-ish in color and spicy hot. It is very good to eat with rice especially if you include the green pepper on your plate. A Godo experience is like being Anthony Bourdain without traveling very far.
Pros: inexpensive, exotic food