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Cafe de Manila Now Serving Filipino Favorites From ‘Back Home’

A new Spring Valley destination from breakfast to evening

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Cafe de Manila hopes its new menu of Filipino favorites will revive customer memories of dining “back home.”

The casual restaurant replaces the shuttered, former home of KoMex Fusion in Spring Valley, located next door to Off The Hook Fish & Chips and close to the intersection of Buffalo Drive and Flamingo Road.

Beginning with its all-day, $8.99 breakfast menu, the value-priced menu includes $8.99 portions of tapsilog, longsilog, and spamsilog for breakfast, and lunch specials arrive with rice, soup, and a choice of two items, such as chicken adobo, beef kaldereta, and veggie eggrolls.

Street food snacks of pork isaw, fishball, and kwek-kwek join a collection of heartier entrees featuring seafood, pork, chicken, beef, noodles, and vegetables, including “chop suey with quail eggs,” adobong pusit, and a large portion of crispy pata pork leg.

The cafe is also scheduling live musical entertainment on select evenings.

Cafe de Manila, 4155 S. Buffalo Drive, #1031, 702-485-6110. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and closing at 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Where To Find Filipino Food in Las Vegas [ELV]

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Off the Hook

769 Garfield Parkway, , DE 19930 (302) 829-1424 Visit Website

KoMex Fusion

4155 South Buffalo Drive, , NV 89147 (702) 778-5566 Visit Website

Cafe de Manila

4155 S. Buffalo Drive, #1031, Las Vegas, NV 89147

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