SUBO Filipino Kitchen (prices + menu + location)

SUBO Filipino Kitchen Awesome place, food and staff! Highly recommend. Real authentic Filipino food. Masarap

Name: SUBO Filipino Kitchen

Type: Filipino restaurant

Category: groups/individuals

Child: Appropriate

Music: There is

Beer: There is

work Time:11:00am-8:00pm/Monday, closed

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Address SUBO Filipino Kitchen

N Kimball Ave, Chicago, IL 60625، United States

Phone number SUBO Filipino Kitchen


Filipino restaurant

Recommended foods

I’ve come here twice before. The food was always phenomenal. But today I was disappointed. The food was not hot, the “beef”was dry and I’m pretty sure it was pork
I could have waited 10 minutes for fresh “beef” if that was the case
The rice doesn’t taste like “garlic rice” at all
I’m glad this place is open and I would love to give it another try, but it’s not right to sell food that’s not fresh

Ordered the Tapsilog, Bihon, and some pork lumpia. Everything was delicious and tasted freshly made. Even the lumpia was freshly fried. I’ll definitely be coming back here

Menu SUBO Filipino Kitchen

menu SUBO Filipino Kitchen SUBO Filipino Kitchen menu

 Reviews of previous visitors

Review one

Small place but nice and welcoming. The portions are really good for the price and I was able to have some left overs. I will continue going back to try some more stuff from the menu

Hands down, the most hospitable establishment I’ve been to…. Food is amazing- tastes like a home cooked meal…. The owner Rob was extremely generous and gave us samples of so many items. I will definitely be back… everything was delicious, but the soup hit the spot on this subzero day

Review to

Waiting is long.. Food and prices are amazing making up for the wait. I love the options they offer. Really homey vibes for me. Place is modern and easy to read menu. Staff are really friendly and will allow you to try food before ordering

Review three

I love this place. I recommend the bihon pancit (thin rice pasta with chicken and veggies w/ a lemon garnish $9) and any lumpia (thin crispy egg rolls with/without meat $6.75 for ten. Comes with a delicious and unique sweet and sour sauce). If your feeling fancy, get a kebob. It’s worth the extra loot if you have it

Review four

Every time we travel, we always look up for Filipino restaurants to try. We chose SUBO because it has 4.6 stars. The sinigang was great. We were a little disappointed with the pancit noodles and adobo. They were salty. They also made a mistake with our order. My husband was excited to try Filipino chicken curry but we were given kare kare. We only realized it when we got back to the hotel

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