About Matthew's Grill
Sure, Bad Saint draws hours-long lines for its elevated Filipino fare, but for homestyle renditions, we haven’t found anything better than Raymond Domingo’s snug strip-mall restaurant. We’d come for the sisig alone—the hash-like mix of pork belly, onions, and chicken liver arrives sizzling on a platter. A daily buffet is good for sampling but doesn’t include some of the star dishes—specifically, crisp pata with vinegar sauce. The whole pork leg has been braised until fork-tender and deep-fried until crackling. Also good: Pork barbecue skewers; stuffed squid; mixed pancit (noodles); chicken adobo; fried banana with taro ice cream.