Inay’s is an odd mix of the typical turo-turo cafeteria set-up—steam trays and stainless steel countertops and all—and grandma’s house.
The food is authentic Filipino. Pata (pork) is fried just right, crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside. The pinakbet (shrimp paste and mixed green beans, bitter melon, and…
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Top Filipino in Seattle8.0 Inay’s
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