Filipino cuisine takes much of its influence through Spain and the partners wanted to celebrate the flavors of both cultures. What better way to share ... More
Filipino cuisine takes much of its influence through Spain and the partners wanted to celebrate the flavors of both cultures. What better way to share the fusion of Filipino-Spanish fine dining which has long been absent in the States than through a restaurant we can be proud of. The perfect representation of such a place was found in El Camino in San Bruno which had a beautiful patio reminiscent of many childhood homes in the Philippines. The partners were blessed with the experience of a seasoned Spanish-Filipina chef from Manila and on June 2005 Patio Filipino was born. Patio Filipino aims to bring families and friends together through its inviting atmosphere, courteous staff and of course delicious, sumptuous and unforgettable dishes. Come and experience the splendor of authentic Filipino Spanish cuisine. Welcome to Patio Filipino!
Been to this restaurant before. Come back because parents wanted to try it. Went there on Mothers Day, got there early just after they opened. Waiter quickly dismissed us and asked the following party behind us since we did not reserve ahead. I ve never heard of a restaurant turn away paying customers for not reserving. Especially if its not some high class restaurant. I understand if they are fully booked but just the way the waiter dismissed us like that was just rude. Not coming back to this place again. Food is over priced anyway.
DH spent 4 hours awake in the middle of the night with acid reflux from the wickedly sour sisig. Then he started rolfing. This morning, spent a lot of time in the loo too. Then took the day off. How much did this evening cost me, right?
This place had the worst service. We ate here for dinner and the servers lost our order. Waited an hour for our OVERPRICED food. What a pathetic mickey mouse operation. The least they can do to justify the prices is to have excellent service. This place did not deliver.
One word to describe this place...OVERRATED!
My family and I had the worst dining experience at this establishment. It's a shame to call it Patio Filipino. We we're aware of the waiting period but, an hour later we got seated .We had ordered crispy pata (this how I gauge filipino restaurant) and it came out burnt, way overcooked. Fried chicken -dessert dry, Kare-kare was too thick you could use it as a paste for kids school project, the vegetables in it we're overcooked. Fried Lumpia - frozen ones we're better tasting. Bistek, one I make at home tasted better according to my kids. For deserts we had 2 kinds 1) Turon/ice cream, this one really made me write this review. Did you ever tasted a fried desert that tasted like fish or perhaps fried burnt meat? Hey I know cause I've been a family chef for over 35 years. They fry the Turon on the same oil they use for fish, chicken and pork. The only thing good with this desert was the ice cream. Last but not least this one I gotta give them credit for is the halo-halo serve inside a young coconut was delish. To me as a Filipino Food Lover it was a BIG DISAPPOINTMENT. Overall rating DO NOT WASTE YOUR HARD EARN MONEY AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT. Advise go to TRIBU GRILL or IHAW-IHAW they are just up the block you'll never regret it.
The food itself was excellent but the service was horrible. The waiter did not acknowledge us, had to call him over ourselves and when he finally came had the worst attitude ever. He wrote down what we wanted didn't say a word, everything we asked for something, like water, he rolled his eyes. Not sure if I'll be going back, need to think about it.
Great food! Favorite dishes are crispy pork binagoongan (pork in shrimp paste) and sisig an bangus (sizzling milk fish fillet flakes). The coconut desert is marvelous!
Staff provides attentive service, but you might not be seated immediately. Not a typical Filipino cuisine restaurant.
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