Last Saturday, I had brunch at Berto's Cuisine (Mississauga, Ontario), a family-run restaurant that serves Filipino food.
The wooden spoon and fork hanging on the wall is a Filipino household tradition that symbolizes health and prosperity. The spoon and fork are usually oversized, but Berto's utensils were about the size of a spatula.
Puto Pao is a steamed rice bun with meat filling.
My Tapisolog consisted of beef, fried rice, egg, tomato and atsara (papaya relish).
The Filipino version of bubble tea: Special Sago at Gulaman.
A refreshing beverage made of tapioca beads, jelly. brown sugar syrup and water.
Berto's reasonably-priced food was delicious, and their service was excellent!
Berto's Cuisine is a wonderful addition to the restaurant scene in the greater Toronto area.
I'm joining the following parties this week: