: Anything pig. A good starting point is the lechon kawali, strips of crispy fried pork belly ($7.99)-totally bad for you in an oh-so-very-good way. Sizzling pusit, tender citrus-marinated squid quick-seared and then served on a red-hot iron platter with onions, peppers, and tomatoes, all topped with rings of fresh jalapeno,, with an epic amount of garlic rice on the side ($12.99). Atsara, shredded pickled papaya ($5.49)-an exotic take on coleslaw-is wonderful with anything but a must with the pork belly. The rotisserie chicken inasal ($9.99 for a whole bird) is the best around-a classic Filipino treatment where the bird is marinated in vinegar, annatto, garlic, and tart juice from calamansi fruit (also known as Philippine limes) and then charcoal-grilled. Crispy skin, juicy meat, chicken perfection. Desserts are also fantastic-don't miss the leche flan ($3.99) and bibingka ($3.99), a dense, sticky, custardy sweetened-rice cake topped with toasted coconut.