If you find yourself in the northern part of Greater Manchester then there aren't a lot of Filipino restaurants around. I have lived within the Bury-Bolton-Radcliffe area with my husband for a bit and we either have to go to Manchester China Town to eat something remotely close to Filipino food or I have to ask my mother how to cook something I am craving for. When we moved to Bolton mid 2012, we were told there is a Filipino restaurant near where we lived. So we went and to my surprise, it is Filipino and the price for meals are just great. They offer 2-course meal for £5.99 and a 3-course meal for £6.99. My husband and I lived together in the Philippines for 2 and a bit years before deciding to move out to the UK so our taste for Filipino food is quite local to the Philippines. We first went to eat lunch on a weekend with our toddler and a pram. The space is quite a bit small that we had a bit of a difficult time trying to figure out what to do with our pram. About the food, my husband and I both agree in saying that the food is a westernized version of Filipino food. It still tasted a bit Filipino though. It made me happy that they have liempo which i was craving for when we went. The restaurant brands itself as Asian Fusion so they carry some Thai or indonesian dishes. It is owned and run by a Filipino family, i believe. The meals are prepared by a Filipino as well. So for our ratings: Value: Very Good Taste: Good Ambience: Very Good Here's their facebook page link with their menu in their pictures: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandok/245774752157716 hope this helps.