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Cocktails we're delicious. Food was mediocre at best. The fried rice was incredible, but like everything else had some kind of issue. The uni was too fishy, the noodle dish lacking in flavor, the lechon too fatty rather than crispy. Eggplant was undercooked. Pretty much down the line the dishes could have been 5 star, but for one reason or another were two or three star. Decor was very nice. Service was great. But the price is just too much. I paid $160 for 3 people. 2 beers and 2 cocktails ordered and 3 apps, 3 entrees as well. Pretty pricey for the quality of food received. I've had way better Filipino food for far cheaper ($20 a head rather than $50+ although this was in Elmhurst, NY ie way less trendy of a location and I don't know how that compares to Silver Lake). I really wanted to like Ma'am Sir, but it was way too loud and the food was way too mediocre for me to recommend.
Drinks are suuuper sweet
Food good but a bit pricey for unrefined food
They failed to give us a part of the meal we ordered. Then offered to discount our meal and give us a comped dessert. They didn’t provide the discount then proceeded to charge us tax on the “comped” dessert. Their food is not worth the price and was so disappointing. It was a $120 meal for three people and we all left hungry and sad. Never going back and we won’t recommend. The people were “nice” but so disappointing.
I don't know what they do to that wonderful sauteed eggplant but I'm going back just to have more of it.
Loved the sea urchin lumpia and the hangover fried rice. Fried chicken right on point. The whole fish was amazing. I just wish that they had assisted in the boning process. Either way, we enjoyed every bite.
Thank you Jule for the great service.
Food was overpriced for what was essentially home cooking Filipino style. Noodles were too sour (too much fish sauce?) and oxtail was tough. Fried chicken was good but again, dinner for two came to over $100 and not worth it.
Always great food and service at Ma'am Sir. This was my first time here for weekend brunch with a friend from out of town and they can't stop raving about it! Planning to make this my default restaurant when I have visitors.
I really enjoyed my experience! I went for lunch and had the lumpia with uni and the chicken ginger porridge and green salad, along with a hibiscus marg. All were delicious. I only wish I brought more friends so I could have shared more things on the menu. I liked the decor as well as the music, too.
The space was so unique and unlike anywhere in LA. The service was great. Usually recommendations can come off as "must do"s by staff but here they are so genuine and excited about the food, and the recommendations were all out of this world. The staff also was able to answer any question about the food and what ingredients taste like. The pork lechon is out of this world. Definitely get a few drinks as they're some of the best in town. GREAT SPOT!
Phenomenal food & service
Food was excellent - service was a bit slow
Food surpassed my expectations.
My girlfriend had been telling me we should try this place for a while now so we were both excited. The ambiance and menu itself is really amazing. The food was really tasty. The service fell short a bunch of times though. Had a reservation for brunch but they werent that crowded so wasnt necessary. However people sat after us were taken care of much sooner while we waited for menus and water for quite a while. Once the food arrived we noticed the Chicken Adobo didnt have any rice with it. Once we tracked down a server and let them know they forgot the rice, the woman paused for a very long time smiling in a weird way. It was really confusing hahah. She then told us that they were having issues with the rice and walked away to I assume check on it. We sat with our food waiting to see if we would get rice which is pretty important for the adobo because of how liquidy it is. Eventually she came back and said It wont be long. We didnt wait forever but it was long enough that our food cooled down quite a bit, probably 7 to 10 min before some else walked around with a tray of rice bowls handing them out to other tables and eventually ours. The person who dropped it at our table didnt say anything or look at us really. It just felt kind of weird. Ultimately if felt like they were having issues with the rice and wanted to see of they could get away with not including it for us by not acknowledging it at all, and then never apologized or adressed it really. Didnt make us feel very welcome. Again, the food was good but when spending 20plus a person for lunch, I would hope for a better over all service, it was bad enough it made our experience a bummer. 🙁
It was Filipino Night at Dodger Night. So we enjoyed a pregame Pinoy grinds. And our party of 10 feasted. Food and service were fantastic and so yummy. We will definitely go back ♥️♥️♥️🇸🇽
Meh. Go somewhere else. Totally overrated.
I can't speak on the non-vegetarian options but if you're vegetarian, everything was just OK. The pancit was my favorite thing we ordered. The garlic fries had way too much garlic on them (and I love garlic). The cheddar and chive lumpia was tasty but nothing spectacular - it's just a cheese filled eggroll. The tofu was bleh - not very flavorful and rubbery. The garlic rice was again, way too garlic-y. We got charged for a salad we never received, even though I asked our waitress to bring that out first. They also managed to mix up our to-go bag with someone elses and laughed about it. Then when we got home, only 2 of the 4 plates I asked to have boxed up were in there and unfortunately for me, the pancit was missing. :(
I probably wouldn't go back but if I did, I would go during happy hour.
Was really disappointed. I had high hopes from the Instagram. They didn’t have the crab garlic noodles which looked like the best dish. The noodle dish we did get looked like a mushy pad Thai and tasted like vinegar. I didn’t realize there was actually crab in it until I got a tiny flake which looked like the hard boiled egg. The Lumpia were pretty sad. Not bad just not great. The chicken adobo was dry and lacked flavor. Dry chicken is a travesty at a restaurant. Everything just kind of fell flat. Under seasoned, over cooked and everything tasted like vinegar.
loved the vibe and the food!!! Our waiters were incredibly nice and helpful in answering all of our q's!
Wonderful ambience and location. We were greeted and shown to our seats quickly. Cocktails were wonderful to start. The menu is straightforward and designed for sharing, which is great because everything looks good. Dessert was fantastic as well.
Space is airy and comfortable. Food is consistent and reliable. Ambience is cool and laid-back. Drinks are great. Thank you to the front of the house staff and to the back of the house for a well run shop. Shoutout to chef Charles! We'll be back.
We're not from the area, but it is our second time around visiting Ma'am Sir and LOVED the food and experience! We will visit again!!
Fantastic time, Filipino food on that next level!
Everything was amazing. Can’t wait to visit again and try the rest of the menu!
It was so refreshing to eat Filipino food at a swanky place and with such great people. I cannot stand those other Filipino restaurants with attitude. The soursop martini was the best. The ube butter was amazing. The kare kare was delicious. We will be back for more.🤗🤗
We were looking forward trying this place. We read some good reviews. But it was not a good experience. We came for late dinner. They were packed. We had a reservation. Most people were about to leave when we arrived. The wait between our appetizer and main entrees was almost an hour. Overall, we had to stay for 2 hours. Most of it was waiting. The salpicao steak was really disappointing to pay $40. The meat was too chewy w/ big chunk of fat. Even to pay it for $20 is not worth it. The crispy pork belly was good. Just don’t know what to do with the big lettuce on the side. The liver sauce was garlicky but tasted good. The shrimp lumpia w/ uni was good. The rice at $4 was overpriced. The sizzling sisig was good except we didn’t like the texture of sweetbread in it. It was like trying to chew a gum. I hope they’ll improve their service & steak. It was okay to try. But won’t probably be back again.
Can be great if you chose wisely.
Food was delicious but super slow service. My friends smoothie didn’t come until we were about to get the check and took 30 minutes to get a cup of tea. Would go back for the food though
Always thought we needed an update with Filipino food, this place offers a fun modern twist. My family definitely enjoyed our experience.
This would be our third time at Ma’am Sir and as usual it doesn’t disappoint.
The people and service were great. Experience overall not as great. I would understand the music to be louder if it were night time, but for brunch, music was too loud. Also the food was not terrible but I would not say it was worth the price.
Simply the best. Game’s always 100
Consistently innovative, wish they retain some menu items a bit longer, like sizzling eggplant, mushrooms, thao farms salad, vegetable tempura, cauliflower.
But I like that they put back the mango pudding. And fried bangus is crispy and good.
I love that you this resto is listening to critiques.
A friend did not want to order vegetable pancit, she did not like it in a prior order. May I suggest you add oyster sauce to give it some flavor and sautee shiitake mushrooms with red onions together with garlic, add oyster sauce and also deep fry the rice noodles and add oyster sauce. See how that improves your pancit?
Actually take time to eat at Tatang Noho's in the Valley. You will fibd the balance and elegant flavors we are used to.
Amazing service, food, cocktails, ambiance and interior design!
Excellent service, you’ll be hard pressed to find better non-traditional, elevated (for lack of a better term) Filipino food in LA, probably the entire country. With a pork centric menu, it is Filipino cuisine after all, we only dipped our toes in with the lardo infused shrimp & uni lumpia. The runner-up dish for me though was the whole milkfish, excellent dish. The bread & 3 spreads stole the show for everyone at the table though. Sweet, coconut-y pandan spread, ube butter & the pimento spread blew everyone away. Hands down our favorite dish. Their bar program is also excellent, a cocktail is a must. A+ Ambiance with a ceiling of cascading vines & A+ Service. Will have to go back, order all of the pork & the fried chicken looked amazing as well.
I brought 2 friends celebrating a milestone. I’ve been here once and loved it. There was a hair found on our happy bday chicken, no biggie but manager offered to waive the cost of that dish. That was generous, thank you! Lechon kawali was the best, bibingka and multiflavored parfait with jackfruit was excellent. Garlic rice could taste more garlicky. Overall a unique and exciting Filipino food trip!
Fun open space serving modernized Filipino bar food. Good happy hour options. Knowledgeable wait staff helped size our order. Shared plates here, so parties of 4 or more recommended if you want to sample a lot. Highlights included the spicy eggplant, family fried chicken and the adobo.
Love the pan de sal and spread options! Love the banana bibinka!
Hostess was prompt with seating us. Server was accommodating and kind.
The first impressions were good and the space is quite nice. The service, however, deteriorated throughout the evening. Eventually it became impossible to even get more water on a regular basis. The food came out extremely slowly and the quality was highly variable. Some dishes were well prepared and others were entirely burnt or overdone. Overall the food and place has lots of potential, but the execution lacked. It was a disappointment since I was looking forward to trying this place, but I guess I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt that today could have been an off night.
I enjoyed the food more than my husband did. We are "fodies" and drive up to an hour and a half on Sundays to have lunch at restaurants recommended by the food critic in the L.A. Times. We like ethnic food, and I particularly liked their sausage "hamburger".