Pinoy food featured in New York Magazine, 9 Filipino restaurants cited

It’s red hot right now! reports that in the article "Blazing a Lumpia Trail: Filipino Cuisine Finds a Foothold in New York," New York Magazine put the spotlight on promising Filipino restaurants in the city.


The report noted: "Nine Filipino restaurants in New York were mentioned in the article: Vekslers, which combines Filipino and Spanish cuisine; Pig and Khao, which blends Filipino and Thai influences; Lumpia Shack Snackbar, which infuses Chinese elements into Filipino food; Papa's Kitchen, which is known for its affordable Filipino dishes; Talde, which is owned by Filipino-American chef Dale Talde; Pan de Sal, a Filipino-style bakery; Maharlika, which highlights "ancestral cuisine"; Ugly Kitchen, which offers Filipino drinks and an Asian fusion menu; and Jeepney, a gastropub serving a modern take on Filipino food."


The New York Magazine article pointed out: "It seems that New Yorkers are finally ready for Filipino food, which has long languished in the shadow of Thai, Indian, Chinese and other Asian standbys."



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