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Today 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
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111 1st Avenue New York, NY 10003
111 1st AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10003
$$Asian Restaurant, Filipino Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Filipino Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Filipino home-cooking classics updated with upscale ingredients served a stylish room.- Google
"I tried the sisig and ube waffle and fried chicken for brunch."
"Traditional Filipino food."
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Eric P
a month ago
I'm from DC and was here for Labor Day weekend! I saw this restaurant featured on Food Network or the Cooking channel. The sisig was amazing! The kilawin was so good! The staff was cool and the atmosphere is welcoming. My partner loved it and he's been in Manila! Awesome restaurant!
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Darrell Capeding
a week ago
Their balut isn't as bad or "developed" as others I had. Other than that their food was great. Their pancit and kilawin was on point.
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Karen Hsu
9 months ago
First-class Filipino comfort food! Everything here is very rich, definitely not diet-friendly, but this is comfort food that's not greasy-tasting. The pork belly sisig with garlic rice was a hearty appetizer with just the right amount of sauce. I wouldn't have thought to cook oxtail in peanut butter, but the sweet and savory combo works amazingly well, and the oxtail had a good balance of meat and gelatinous tendon. The chicken and waffles is a classic must have. Purple yams give the waffles a natural sweetness, and the waffles are chewy on the inside yet crispy on the outside. Perfect!
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Allison Yu
11 months ago
I'm super picky about brunch and I basically dislike 99.9% of Asian fusion restaurants but this place really does an amazing job of incorporating filipino dishes and flavors into your typical western brunch entrees. The ube waffle was OUT OF THIS WORLD. Fried chicken was cooked and seasoned to perfection. It was juicy and tender mmmmm. Can't wait to come back and try everything on the menu!!!
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Tyler Lund
a month ago
I'll be spending the rest of my life, living in a Filipino food paradise. Maharika introduced me to the world of Filipino food, and I'll never turn back after the brunch. The ambiance isn't much to write home about, but does feel authentic with Filipino ads on the walls and wooden benches. The waitress was very friendly and super excited to tell us about her favorite menu items. Every menu item was interesting in a different way and was delicious, though I'm glad we brought a local to help decipher. The sizzling sisig with egg on top sizzled as described, both literally in the cast iron skillet and figuratively as it was delectable. The condensed milk sponge cake thingy with coconut was almost too sweet, but only just. The coconut cut through it in a pleasant way that gave each bite a balanced flavor. The main courses were even better. The fried chicken with ube waffle must be tried as it is not only great chicken, perfectly fried so that it is crispy but not dry, but also because the ube in the waffle makes it purple. Perfect for instagram. The silog breakfasts were also great, especially the tangy tocino, a sausage blended into the egg dish. The cocktails were great too and work for brunch or late night. The Teo Tita was citrussy and fresh.
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Bryan Rabilas
5 months ago
Visiting from Hawaii, I was missing some Filipino food. Found this place and it hit the spot. I recommend to all Filipinos visiting NYC to make this a must stop. Love the sisig.
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Carlo Shift
10 months ago
Traditional Filipino food. If you want traditional Filipino, the spots in Woodside, Queens, are better, in my opinion, but not everyone has time to travel out there. On the pricey side as well, but had to try it at least once. I really liked Maharlika's sister restaurant more, Jeepney, which is more of a Filipino-fusion spot.
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Alaine I
a year ago
Great twist on Pinoy food such as ube waffles, the fried chicken, adobo lamb shank....oh and love that bagoong fried rice!


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