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Combination banquet hall and bakery featuring Filipino specialties.

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It’s easy to drive right by this Filipino banquet hall and bakery, nestled behind a gas station on Peterson and Western. Menu items meld Asian and Spanish cuisine, and most are available on party trays for the frequent events held here (and at the $10.95 Sunday brunch buffet from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM). The baked goods include carioca, Filipino beignets; puto, a rice-flour cake; kutsinta, a brown rice cake; bibingka, a luscious cake cooked in a large banana leaf; and the house specialty, a cake made from ube, the purple yam native to the Philippines. There are also steamed buns to carry out, along with flaky empanadas filled with chicken, beef, or pork.

Laura Levy Shatkin

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