Posted on Apr 13, 2018
Tuloy po kayo
- Jermaine FI’ve only come here two times but the employees here are kind every time. The store is quite small but it’s filled to the brim with Filipino snacks, candies, drinks, instant ramen, and even frozen lumpia and chorizo. Really does remind me of the sari-sari stores during my last visit to the Philippines years ago. =) They carry my favorite pastillas (chewy milk candy) in a variety of flavors--$2.50 per bag. Between flavors of ube, ube macapuno, and buko pandan, I can never choose. (I usually end up getting all three, haha.) There’s a $15 minimum if you want to use card, but it’s not too unreasonable. Highly recommended for a quick stop!
- Johnny BFriendly little store.
- Jenny JGreat selection of pinoy foods and other items. Most important to mention their guard cat: Antonio - huge grumpy cat but lovable. Suplado nga lang minsan yung cat nila but it is very nice to see friendly pinoys who loves cats as well. 😁