The kamayan at Neri’s Restaurant in Koreatown only became available for takeout at the start of the pandemic (it’s once again available as a dine-in option too), but must be ordered at least 48 hours in advance. There are three options available, including the Kapamilya Fiesta set, which comes with kare-kare (oxtail and tripe stew), inihaw liempo (grilled pork belly), garlic shrimp, fried boneless bangus, and pancit bihon, along with a limited vegetarian set option. But our favorite is the Laban Tayo (“let’s fight”) set of crispy pata (pork leg), garlic shrimp, pancit canton (Filipino egg noodle), skewered chicken and pork, and inihaw na bangus. Each feast costs and feeds four to five people.
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