Found a little spot that reminded us of another home, halfway across the world. Enjoyed a little halo halo but also eyed some ube and jackfruit tart. Maybe next time.
Jake had some baklava and the kids some chocolate mousse.
I was on the hunt for figs, but the little Middle Eastern grocery was fresh out. Found this little gem down the way. Good to know I can get fresh pandesal (little bread rolls) even in the wild west of Arizona.
The bakeshop was great, will have to come back and try their ensaymadas, a sweet pastry. On the other side of the bakeshop, was a restaurant that served typical Filipino food, including some our faves like pork adobo, lumpiang, and beef tapa. And of course, if you wanted entertainment, there was the karoke machine, a standard in Filipino restaurants.