My mother and I walked into this restaurant expecting Filipino food because of its name. When you open the 7 page menu, 5 OF THE 7 PAGES ARE CHINESE FOOD. THE LAST TWO PAGES ARE "Authentic Filipino Food" as the menu states. We ordered their adobo and pinakbet and it tasted downright awful and was not authentic at all. The sauce of the pinakbet was a very thick paste and had very little vegetables. When I complained to the owner he said he can't make the food "real" because people weren't eating it! At the end of the night we paid and walked straight to Max's to get the aftertaste out of our mouths. This is not the place to go for "Authentic" FIlipino food.