Tatang is permanently closed

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If you’re completely done with your regular old lunch routine of wet salads and bottled water, try working Tatang into your rotation. The modern Filipino restaurant has a bright space in a stripmall, an affordable menu (most things fall under $15), and excellent food across the board. We usually go for the chicken lumpia and tinola (chicken soup), but if you’re coming in with a few friends or coworkers, the pancit noodles easily feed three grown adults.

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