Restaurant critic and Drink columnist for the Inquirer.
Lil' Java: An Indonesian kitchen with a dish for every palate
I brought a bucket of assumptions to Lil' Java - and virtually all of them were wrong. And they began with the sign out front that reads: "Cheapest breakfast in town!"
Yes, Lil' Java makes a very cheap breakfast. But its identity as a bargain corner for scrapple, eggs, toast, and coffee (just $5!) is not even close to its real reason for being.
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