anita's asian fusion is a cozy little restaurant which offers select asian and filipino dishes. for our entrees, we ordered chop suey (because fortuitous faery is trying to increase her fiber intake, haha)...
"binagoongang baboy" which is chunks of pork sauteed in flavorful (and not too salty) shrimp paste:
and not photographed was the kare-kare or the oxtail stew with shrimp paste. they also serve you free soup and salad for appetizers.
the owners of the place confide in their homepage that it was their "nomadic lifestyle" that inspired them to engage in this business. at one point, they had lived in baguio where anita had started a pastry-making business which would become the forerunner for this jersey restaurant.
another thing worth visiting this place for is their empanadas! they cost only 87 cents each and are delicious! they're easily miss iggy's favorite take-out items. we ordered 2 dozens to take home.
anita's asian fusion restaurant is located at 538 Route 10 West, Ledgewood, New Jersey. they're closed on mondays. check out their huge aquarium with really plump fishies.