|yummy. i went with my filipino friend who is NOT vegetarian. i'm vegan. he didn't like it. he said the fake meat had an aftertaste. i LOVED it and will go back again with him! the chicken adobo (like mock duck) rocks! ask for no tomato garnish if you don't dig tomatos.||veggiegrrrl
|Love it! My review is for take-out only but will be back for a sit down dinner because dining area is nice. Ordered 2 4-item lunch specials so got a sample of almost everything. I liked it all, though would order lumpia as a separate appetizer instead of in the special because you only get one compared to more substantial amounts of the other foods. Friendly service.||kittykris
|No Worries has good lunch specials. I had lugaw, a savory rice porridge with garlic, and two items with rice--afritada and mungo. I'd prefer fewer fake meats in the dishes, and on this visit cards near each table announced new menu options coming in 2011. Friendly fast service.||Vegan Living
|Tried them on their grand opening night. Food & service overall good. Nearly all the offerings had faux meats though (in keeping with traditional Filipino cuisine). Nice addition to the veg scene for the Bay Area, check 'em out.||tammy
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