Richmond >Food & Dining > Manila! Manila! Cafe and Grill
9047 W Broad St Ste 1, Richmond, VA | Directions 2329437.636233 -77.549551
Tues-Thurs 11:30am-9pm; Fri-Sat 11:30am-10pm
There is a filipino restaurant in RVA – There is a new Filipino restaurant called Wing Command on Hull Street in Midlothian. The food is good and the servers attentive. Crunchy lechon kawali, lumpias, pansit, etc...worth a try!!
NO LONGER EXISTS!!! – It's gone! This restaraunt is gone! Unfortunatly the only Filipino place in richmond no longer exists...how sad...i was soooooo looking forward to some excelent food and once i located where it was supposed to be...nothing was there....oh well.
Filipino Fine Dining in VA – Very nice friendly atmosphere- very friendly staff. Its feels like your at home with the family. Decorated nicely to fit the filipino culture. A fine dining restaurant, not pricey but more upscale than other Filipino restaurants I have seen in Virginia. It has a solid Filipino and non-Filipino following. They even have a live karaoke entertainment for those people who loves to sing. Overall the Food is Great so as the service!
Authentic Filipino food for every food lover's fantasy. – The Scene
The attentive staff patiently guides you through the menu as you settle in. Cloth-covered tables, rattan chairs and numerous plants create a comfortable aura for authentic ethnic foods.
Where can an "exotic food lover," a meat-and-potatoes man and a vegetarian all dine happily at the same table? The traditional Filipino appetizers (lumpia, empanadas, mole) are traditional yet spicy enough to cover all taste ranges. The meat-and-potatoes man can go for the barbecue on a stick or bistik (marinated beef sirloin, pan fried and topped with caramelized onions). The house special, guinatang gulay (string beans, squash, eggplant, bitter melon, pork and shrimp cooked in a spicy coconut sauce), will satisfy exotic tastes and vegetarians will love the stewpot of the sauteed seasonal veggie dish (guisadong gulay). Order separate desserts just because they are so good, but expect to share; these include a really rich flan, banana fritters and imported Filipino ice cream (coconut or mango).
Pretty nice – Good food, great service in this nicely decorated restaurant. However, I would have liked to see more traditional authentic filipino foods.
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