Filipino hosts pride themselves in getting as much food into their guests as possible. Tambayan’s extensive menu is cheap enough to accomplish this easily. Start with crispy, cigarillo-size Shanghai lumpia ($2.50) and move on to the good-any-time-of-day Filipino breakfast of longsilog ($5.45): fried eggs, fried rice and longganisa sausages, the Filipino take on chorizo. Want full cultural immersion? Go for the dinuguan ($5.45), an earthy stew of pork, entrails and pig blood. Like it? Grab some for home from the grocery in back.