This Pinoy joint has been around for awhile (surprisingly). If you like greasy food, this is your kind of place. Looking at the food, you can almost feel the grease clogging your arteries. Then again, that's typical of most Filipino dishes - fried or swimming in grease. The spread is buffet style and the menu changes everyday. Amongst the regular offerings are chicken adobo, pansit bihon/canton, apritada (beef or pork or chicken), sinigang etc. Again, all are pretty tasty but very greasy. Their vegetable offering is typical of Filipino food - if you acquired the taste for it, you may just enjoy it; otherwise, the vegetable are always overcook(again, it's typical of Filipino dishes).\r
Overall, if you're Filipino, you surely would enjoy their food. If you're not, well it could be a pleasant experience or a forgettable one.
Pros: inexpensive, all you can eat
Cons: greasy food, tacky decoration (i.e. imagine Christmas decoration still up all year round)