Walk through the East Village and taste the best Filipino food in New York while learning about the history of Filipino migration and getting an insider's perspective on Filipino cuisine!
About your host, Raf: I was born and raised in the Philippines. As a passionate foodie, I've searched for New York's best Filipino restaurants and I want to share them with you. I have written about Filipino food and hosted private Filipino dinners where I tell my guests about what makes our cuisine so amazing.
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Finely chopped pork on a sizzling plate, garnished with pork rinds and fresh onions.
Rice noodles, chicken, carrots, celery, water chestnut, and egg
Sinigang na Isda sa Miso
Salmon, prawns, vegetables, crushed taro, tamarind, miso broth
Oxtail braised in peanut sauce, long beans, eggplant, and bokchoy
Fried rice with garlic chips and garlic oil
Shaved ice with purple yam (ube) ice cream, rice crispies, sweet beans, banana, coconut, and flan