Inay Filipino Kitchen / San Francisco

135 4th St Metreon Dining Terrace San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 10:30 - 20:00
Fri, Sat 10:30 - 21:30

Ináy Filipino Kitchen was built with a simple mission: to share the most delicious culinary traditions from the Philippines with mainstream America. Family owned and operated since 2010, we believe that a Filipino celebration is an experience for all to partake in. We’re passionate about building relationships with both traditional lovers of the cuisine and first-time consumers, and we intend for our meals to reflect the rich taste and unique beauty that our culture has to offer. We’ve always cooked with care, and we always will. From our family to yours, we hope you enjoy every bite.

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Tips from the Net @ Inay Filipino Kitchen
Nikki Isaac en
Ordered a halo halo. They topped it with a rolled wafer stick thingie that was ube flavor - a plus! It was really good. I really appreciated that they didnt skimp out on milk! GooglePlace - August 2017
Thaddeau II Engaling en
Decent price for food in San Francisco. Great taste as well. Loved the Bicol Express and fried bangus belly. Also ordered some bam-i. GooglePlace - August 2017
板津 魁彦 en
Kare kare and garlic rice Foursquare - July 2017
Scott Judkins en
I thought the food was excellent and the portions sizes were huge. I would totally go back for another dinner and a movie. Located inside the Metreon. GooglePlace - January 2017
Victoria P. en
As a Filipina-American, I tend to rate Filipino restaurants critically because NOTHING beats my mother's cooking. And I'm sure every Filipino will say the same thing about their mother's cooking. But Inay is a good substitute when I want Filipino food. I ordered a combo of garlic rice, pancit, and a bbq chicken skewer. It was around $10. I wasn't a fan of the pancit, but the skewer was delicious. The pancit, to me, didn't have much flavor and was a oily. The skewer was a good chunk of meat with the right amount of sauce, grilled perfectly. I wanted to try the turon (banana lumpia), but they had run out. I think Inay is a nice addition to the dining options at the Metreon. I feel what they offer is different from the other Asian restaurants. It's hard to market Filipino food because the general population is unfamiliar with it. But Inay does a good job of showcasing traditional dishes, and some fusion ones too. And be careful with the plastic to-go box. I cut myself trying to open it. The edges are pretty sharp. GooglePlace - January 2017