There’s often a lineup during prime time at this popular cafeteria-style Filipino restaurant, and for good reason: Josephine’s budget-conscious combination plate is a remarkable bargain. For $8.25, you get a.
Kumare, loosely translated from Tagalog, is a term describing the relationship between two good friends nurtured over time and circumstance. As such, this bright modern restaurant is a convivial gathering.
Communal tables are packed during midday and evening rush as Filipino expats tuck into sotanghon (a bowl of bean-thread noodles, chicken, and vegetables in clear, well-seasoned broth) and ginisang kangkong.