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Filipino Restaurant$$$
Today 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm – 12:00 am, 4:00 – 10:30 pm
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201 1st Ave New York, NY 10003
201 1st AveUSNYNew York10003
$$$Filipino Restaurant, GastropubToday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm – 12:00 am, 4:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 4:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 4:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 4:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 4:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm – 12:00 am, 4:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pm
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Filipino eats presented in a tropical diner that has weekly no-plates, no-silverware nights.- Google
People talk about bone marrow, the chori burger, banana ketchup, banana leaves and beer and wine
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Jem Santos
reviewed 2 months ago
The Chori Burger is a MUST but if you want to try some real authentic Filipino food, get lumpia, longganisa, and chicharon bulaklak. Wash it down with some Kalamansi water/seltzer. And don't forget to scream, BALUUUUUUT!!!!
reviewed 3 months ago
Kamayan Night is definitely one to try since you use your hands and no utensils. Food is placed hot on top of banana leaves which will absorb the banana leaf flavors. Definitely should try at least once. Need to call early to make reservations.
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Stella Schour
reviewed 8 months ago
Boobs. Yes, Boobs. If you eat dinner here and you are seated at the back of the restaurant, you will find murals of Filipino sex goddesses and their boobs. We are mighty proud of Tetchie Agbayani (one of the ladies on the wall) for posing for Playboy in the 80s... back before yellow fever was an actual fever. The food here is a great mix. You will not be disappointed with their hearty offerings, especially with the palabok negra. It's noodles with squid ink sauce and possibly the most glorious palabok I have ever eaten. Their desserts are good too!
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Michael Marcos
reviewed 3 months ago
The concept of this place is the most unique take on Filipino cuisine I've seen anywhere. High class Filipino food with a somewhat western take. As usual, my eyes were too big for my stomach and I ordered way too much...but it was totally worth it. To start we had sinigang sweetbreads, a special. This is traditionally a tamarind based soup, however somehow they were able to infuse the sourness of the tamarind into the meat and serve it as an appetizer, amazing. I also had the balut, a must for any Filipino, served piping hot. If you don't know what this is, you probably shouldn't order it, it might scare you. The waitstaff are super friendly and warn/educate you on how to eat it if you dare. For the main menu, I had the bicol express. Slow roasted pork shoulder in a spicy shrimp based sauce served with rice. The servings are super huge and its probably a given you won't be leaving hungry. All in all the experience was amazing. I'm already plotting my second visit along with what I'll order. It's probably best if you make reservations in advance. This place fills up fast we were lucky to get a table without a reservation.
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Paul Ryan Magpantay
reviewed 7 months ago
I understand we're in NYC for the price but the taste matters. I ordered bulalo and it was not that I expected. The soup was NOT really made of REAL BEEF BROTH but ARTIFICIAL BEEF BROTH like KNORR BROTH CUBES. I called this as "Bulalo ng mayaman" (Bulallo for the rich). Another one is the soup was not really hot as fire, I believe they re-heated it using just a microwave. We've waited for about 30minutes to an hour including finding seats and table just for 3. They should serve soup based food very hot especially on the winter season. When you go to the Philippines, try Bulalo in Tagaytay, City particular in Leslie's. In there, you will taste, sip the REAL BEEF SOUP OF BULALO naturally without requesting for bone marrow as additional amount. If I could rate this as zero star or negative, I would rate this as that. Really disappointed.
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Ron Capistrano
reviewed a year ago
I'm a fan of Filipino Food. It's the perfect mix of Spanish and Asian food. For those of you who don't know. The Philippines was conquered by Spain for hundreds of years. They have influenced a lot in the culture and especially in the food. This exact location used to be home to "Sa Aming Nayon", which translates "At Our Place". Another Filipino place that was the total opposite of Jeepney. It was more of a Mom and Pop kinda restaurant. That folded and Jeepney opened up and the rest is history. I am fortunate to have tried the "Kamayan Night", before it started to hit the small screen and the internets. Kamayan means "to eat with your hands". So you will not see any utensils or plates on the table. I can say that for $40/person. It is TOTALLY WORTH IT. You and your group (minimum of 4) can choose 3 Entrees and 2 Appetizers. These are portioned to fit your group. (Please refer to the website for more information). The meal includes additional sides such as Lumpiang Shanghai, Longganisa and even Halo-Halo for dessert. The staff is very friendly and awesome. I feel at home when I come here.
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