A great spot for an affordable lunch in Long Beach, Edna’s is a Filipino restaurant serving all kinds of classics. The woman serving your food also likely made it, and she’ll guide you through her favorite combinations of the moment (and probably give you a couple samples along the way). You’ll order a variety of stewed meats like pork adobo and dinuguan (pork blood stew), which they serve over vegetable pancit (noodles) or garlic rice. Combinations are all somewhere between $4 and $9, so expect to find yourself here twice a week. Don’t forget to add on a couple shrimp lumpia and pork sticks, and a banana turon for after the meal.
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