Ero's

Tropical Ave., Las Piñas, Metro Manila

Ero's
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4.0 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 10
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 22 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
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Randulph M.
5.0 Stars

Cheap food, Good food, great finds... Happy tummy 128522

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DinoKid's M.
4.0 Stars

If you're into "Lutong bahay " then this is the right place for you.

Ero's never ran out of customers is open for 24hrs.
Its one of the common hang out for those who're into "2 bottles kind of night"

It's an open area so if you're a target of Mosquitos like me, then apply a Mosquito repellant lotion first .

As for food, you will like their goto. It's the simplest goto that you'll ever try but it's a good one. Order chicharon as for its topping.

Try their sisig, chicken Inasal, buttered chicken, lechon kawali and diniguan.

Price is okay. An order of their buttered chicken is only Php 180 and can be already shared by 3 pax.

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Kim L.
3.0 Stars

Situated right outside our village, this place caters to those who are craving for affordable putok-batok meals during wee hours or for those who prefer quiet drinking sessions with friends. Don't expect anything more than a carinderia set-up because it is what it is. Their best-sellers are the tokwa't baboy and sizzling sisig but for those who prefer something healthier and lighter, their buttered chicken is another good option.128522 Pair it with a cold glass of Coke and you're solve!

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Ruth S.
3.0 Stars

Walang pera? Gutom?
Kain na sa Ero's! 128540

They serve decent affordable meals. They're known for their pares and cheap beers.

But please, don't expect too much from this place. 128513

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Jay Z.
3.0 Stars

Typical karinderia with exceptional Dinuguan.

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Jao G.
4.0 Stars

Good crunchy sizzling sisig and lechon kawali.

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Keir K.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Eunice S.
4.0 Stars

Formerly called Basura Bar, don't quote me because it's an inside joke with friends. Haha! This place has gone a long way from that carinderia-ish place to a modest lugawan/inuman place. Ero's serves 2 purpose: your inuman place so you can get cheap beer before you hit the bars in Aguirre or your 'recovery' food after drinking. We usually get Pares, Goto and Tokwa't Baboy to sober up. Sarap matulog after! 128077

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Jahra Marie L.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Hailey Jade I.
5.0 Stars

My hubby's go to place after their biking or drinking sesh!I loved their beef mami! And my hubby says their chicken inasal is authentic.

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Karl P.
4.0 Stars

Cheap place for 2 bottles of beer with an assortment of cheap yet tasty tanpuluts. Pares and Mami are what this place is famous for.

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Dan A.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Chie F.
5.0 Stars

It's our first time to dine in here. My hubby and I together with our two daughters just wanted to taste Pares. And so we came, its a typical carinderia type along Tropical Ave, BF Pque. We got so curious how it taste like since everytime we pass by the place, its jampacked! Served with one rice, beef and soup---its sooo delish! Beef is so tender, soup is perfect. One thing we loved about the place is that, its clean and well-kept. Will surely recommend to others 10084

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Donna K.
2.0 Stars

It's a friday and I got home from school late because of another parking debacle. I have reason to believe that these 'kids' who park in my school absolutely do not know how to effin' park their cars! Who the hell blocks half of the exit gate??? 128545

I usually cook my own lunch but I was dead tired and I needed a break after a grueling Chem Lab. So Ero's was the closest option. I saw that they had Bulalo on their menu and it was priced at P200, I thought it was fair since it would be meat, veggies and soup. When I got home, it was 1 piece of meat, 1/4 corn and a couple of leafy greens and 80 percent soup... I spent P200 for water + beef cubes. WTH? 128545 i should've gone to Little Quiapo and I would've got my money's worth.

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Marv S.
3.0 Stars

Foods ok lang. Nothing to go nuts about. Tried eating here cause everyone's going gaga over how good the pares etc. as i mentioned, its ok lang. But it's a comfortable place to drink in, except when its raining.

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Butch I.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Oggie T.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Donna K.
2.0 Stars

My village is the one exactly behind this establishment and the noise is unbearable. Especially on weekends when you want to relax in peace and quiet. The lack of parking space creates a rumble of cars just outside our village gate. I think the owners would have to re-think the location of their establishment. It's terrible. The reason people pay more to be in an exclusive village is to get away from noise like this.

They're food however is good especially their Chicken Inasal. Kind of pricey though but the flavors are great. If they limited their establishment to a restaurant minus the rowdy druken crowd and the loud music this place would be ok

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Oliver N.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Medjie D.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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