I don’t get over here as much as I’d like but the food is always amazing. Their menu has grown a bit and the quality is still top notch.

When we came in it was really busy and a bit hard to find a seat, but after standing for a bit waiting for our order a spot opened for us as people were finishing their meal. I can see this being a spot where you may not be able to dine in if it’s too busy.

The staff was really friendly and patient as we figured out what to order, it’s so hard when all the food tastes so good. A few of our group over ordered, but it allowed us to share with each other and try some of each dish.

The colors, smells and flavors from the food were intoxicating! I tried Kaldereta (picture at the top) for the first time and it may be a new favorite. It was like the brisket my grandma makes, so tender and juicy and in a tomato base sauce.

Sisig fries were so tasty!

The Sisig Fries, Pancit and really every dish had very generous portions and everyone in our group left in a food coma.

I would check out the menu before you head in and if you’re not familiar with Filipino food Google a couple dishes to see what you’ll like best. If you’re an adventurous eater you’ll enjoy just about everything though.

If you’re going during peak hours you may end up wanting to do take-out or you might need to wait for seating. It’s order at the front and then find your own seat, so it can be hit or miss. Also, get the Calamansi juice, it’s a cross between a lime and a clementine and it’s so good!

Papa Urbs Review *UPDATED
  • Food
  • Restaurant
  • Price
The Good

They continue to grow their menu

Super friendly staff

Brisket was incredible!

The Bad

Small Restaurant so it can be hard to get a seat at peak times

Rachel @EdibleHours

Food Photographer & Videographer 📸 Original #foodie content ❤️#Yelp Elite Squad & #foodietribe member

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