1270 Diamond Springs Rd, Virginia Beach, VA, USA
Susan's Kitchenette Virginia Beach Reviews
Jan 02, 2008
After we signed our lease. virginia beach has a small filipino community. i wanted to eat here. i googled this place. i wanted my bf to try other filipino foods.
it was a small market as well. the price is not bad. rice or pancit and 2 sides for $7. i ordered 2 plates for us.
i ordered Afritada − pork or beef and vegetables simmered in tomato sauce, Kare-kare − also known as "peanut stew," oxtail and/or ox tripe in a peanut-based stew of mixed vegetables, served with alamang (fermented shrimp paste), and Sinigang − tamarind-soured soup typically made with pork, beef, or seafood.
the other plate, Chicken Adobo − pork and/or chicken (sometimes beef) stewed/braised in a broth of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and peppercorns, and Sinigang − tamarind-soured soup typically made with pork, beef, or seafood and of course lumpia. you got to eat this with vinegar or banana sauce which is sweet ketchup made with banana.
OMG i feel right at home. i have not have a home cooked meal in a long time. my own mother does not cook filipino food for me.
they had the best chicken adobo and sinigang. made the way i like it. i would love for them to make a week supply of chciken adobe and freeze the rest.
i am glad i found this place. we will be back for more.
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