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LATE NIGHT FILIPINO FOOD

HI GUYS
I was just wondering if anyone knows where i can find a filipino restaurant that is open for late night dining or is open 24hours.
Thanks

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  1. Good question. I don't know of any, and I've been looking for a while. I'm actually working on remedying that... stay tuned.

    1. I don't know if it qualifies as a "restaurant," but there is a Jollibee's on Beverly a little west of Vermont that's open pretty late. Haven't eaten there myself, but my girlfriend liked their hamburgers...

      1. Yeah, there's no such thing as a late-night Filipino restaurant. Most of the owners of such establishments prefer to play it safe and don't know the potential of the late-night market.

        Jollibee on Vermont and Beverly is one of the US franchises of the popular Philippine fast-food chain. They're not a traditional Filipino restaurant per se, but they do have some Filipino dishes like palabok, halo-halo (shaved ice desert) and Philippine-style spaghetti (if you've ever been to a Filipino party you know what I'm talking about). They're open until 11pm which is the latest any Filipno restaurant is open.

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          1. My Mom's Bakeshop, Temple & Rampart

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            1. re: Valleypinoy

              My understanding is that they are supposedly open 24 hours only Friday and Saturday nights. Is that correct? The thing is their facebook page says they are open from 6 AM to 9 PM everyday. Not sure which to believe?

              Added a place link with website + menu with prices.

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              My Mom's Bake Shop
              2530 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90026

              1. re: Servorg

                I think they first opened it 6am-9pm, but then opened it 24/7 on the weekends. The last I heard, and confirmed from their recent ad on Asian Journal last week, that they opened it up 24/7 everyday except Sunday. Best bet is to just call the place and confirm.

                1. re: Valleypinoy

                  Well, so far this seems like the only true "late night" option for those seeking Filipino food after hours...