We had adobo, pancit, and kabobs. They all had good authentic flavor to them. We make sure to eat here every time we visit the Market. They serve plenty of food the price.
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If one likes Chinese food, enjoys take-out, then this place has been a splendid one for several decades in the Hill City. Eggrolls, Spring rolls, skewers of pork or chicken atop freshly cooked noodles will calm any appetite, particularly yours.
They have LUMPIA, chicken on a stick, pancet and other Filipino dishes. It is reasonably prices and it is nice to have some truly international selections.
Below average food that sits around under heat lamps until someone buys it. The place looks dirty and wholly unapealing. The staff is not overly friendly. This is located in the community market and is sub par standard. The market needs a much better fast...More
Was unable fulfill my craving for crepes due to the market's closing time of 2pm. Its not really a market for travelers who sleep in a little. We'll try again next time!
We decided to try the Community Market for lunch one day and I stopped in and got two chicken kabobs from Philippine Delight. The staff were very friendly and the food was fresh. There were a handful of options to eat, but I stuck with...More
This is the main place I eat when I visit Lynchburg Community Market. I love the kebabs - they have pork and chicken. So delicious! They have rice and other Asian food, plus they have potato wedges.
Kinda like a yummy food truck but not in a truck. This place serves authentic Philippino fare and it's all good. I even used them to cater an event with a South Pacific theme and they were willing to come up with food that isn't...More
I enjoy going to the Community Market. I tend to come more during the summer when they are selling fresh produce than other times. They have several places to eat and this is one. The food here is good, fresh, but bland.