Inay's is good for the quick Filipino food fix, but not the best. Sometimes I worry about the cleanliness, and wonder who is a worker, and who is a family or a family friend just helping out. I have had mixed results here, but in a craving, it's hard to mess up adobo or a lumpia. Service can be slow at times, other times quick. I think you get better service if you speak tagalog. I haven't returned in awhile, so things may be different... worth a try I'd say, and you make up your own mind.