Carinderia Filipino (CLOSED)
Time Out says
There's more than meets the eye at this Filipino eatery a stone's throw from Kogarah Station – including a bargain all-you-can-eat buffet
Tucked in the dining precinct of the Kogarah Town Square development, this no-fuss eatery has a small set menu full of Filipino staples like sisig, a combination of minced pork cheek and pork belly that blends tangy and spicy flavours, and the all-time favourite crispy pata, a deep-fried succulent pork leg, perfect for sharing. There’s a killer chicken adobo, too, the simple slow-cooked type made from a combination of vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and peppercorns. However, if you’re after some quick and cheap eats, the changing buffet menu is ever dependable, regularly changing to include dishes such as sinagang na hipon, a savoury, sour broth laden with vegetables and large succulent prawns, or pancit – a noodle stir-fry combination of pork, cabbage, carrots, and onions.