Kumare Restaurant & Bakery serves up a menu of authentic Filipino and Thai dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I went to this restaurant for a taste of Filipino food. Most of the menu are good tasting Filipino dishes but they seemed to use pre-pack spices like the sauce for Kare-Kare. The tables are without salt, pepper, soy sauce or fish sauce condiments. Tables are set only with spoons and forks wrapped on a paper napkins. When you go in, the tables are bare. Very far from a typical Asian restaurant where the tables are covered with table cloth or with condiments. The napkin supply is limited. Food tasted Filipino but something one can also prepare at home if you buy those pre-pack Mama Sita sauces. The price is expensive. A small muffin size bibingka is already $2.50. The service is slow and the waitress, only one I saw at any given time, was not very willing to smile or be patient. A guy who runs the till stays at the till and hardly assists the waitress for any busy day. It is not a bakery but it sells baked goods supplied by another Filipino bakery, hence baked goods are pricey. These baked goods are not real Filipino tasting. More of a concoction of what's available in pre-packaged stuff mixed with Westernized taste buds. Over all, I would stay home and cook. But there comes a time when if you're away from your country too long, you long for the food you missed. Then just cook. Invest your money on something else.
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