We decided to have lunch here. In the Philippines, it's commonly known as a "turo-turo" joint. I'm not exactly sure why how we ended up calling this food joint such, but I can assume that perhaps it's because of the way that you have to choose your meal. You point to the one you would like. "Pointing" in Filipino, is "Turo". There are no menus and everything is very straightforward. The food is affordable and although some would argue about how "clean" the food is , you might come to find that it's really not that bad. You can locate "turo-turo" joints almost anywhere in Manila and practically anywhere in the Philippines. If you're lucky, there might even be a "dirty ice cream" mobile booth nearby!