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Down in the South Bay, Silog is serving fusion Filipino rice bowls that will bring you comfort on even the hardest of days - including the ones where your camera roll decides to show you pictures of how bad your bangs looked last year (or is that just us?). There’s garlic shrimp, made sweet and sticky with garlic, calamansi, and honey. Tocino silog is served over a bed of white rice and comes in a bright-red color, full of anise wine, annatto, and pineapple flavors. And our favorite thing, the sisig silog, is a perfect blend of braised pork belly, chicharon, and a garlic crème aioli we’ve dreamed about taking a bath in too many times.

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