While visiting friends nearby, we all decided on No Worries as our friends are Filipino and non-vegan, but they were quite curious how to make it vegan as they don't care for some of the unusual meats used in Filipino cooking. As we have never had authentic Filipino food as it's hard to find vegan stuff, we let our friends order all the dishes that we ate family style. We started with the lumpia which was tasty. Our main dishes were the soy chicken adobo, bistek, kare kare and the sinigang soup. The adobo also had eggplant and a delicious smoky marinade. The bistek sauce was also fantastic with the beef strips, broccoli and string beans. The kare kare came with cabbage, eggplant and a peanut sauce, but it was just okay. I usually love peanut sauce, so I was surprised by that. The soup was fabulously sour with different veggies and soy fish. For dessert, we shared the turon (deep fried plantain and jackfruit rolls) and the halo halo which was a huge glass layered with red beans, coconut gel, jackfruit, almond milk, ice and coconut ice cream (then mixed together as you eat it). Both were yummy. Our friends were very impressed with the place and plan to bring other people there as well. The service was nice and friendly too. Definitely check them out if you get the chance as I don't know any other place serving vegan Filipino food (which was extremely tasty to boot)!
Cons: only open for lunch on weekdays