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Much like a well-designed logo or this amazing, straightforward video on how to How To Wrap a Present, Soo Good Lutong isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel. Instead, they’re focusing on nothing but the classics, including simple versions of sweet, bright-red tocilog, massive servings of stir-fried rice and egg noodles, plus our favorite thing on the menu, the deceptively low key bangkus, or boneless marinated milkfish filet. Simply fried in a little salt and pepper, it looks exactly like it sounds - a fried fish filet - but it packs a punch of flavor and vinegar in every bite.

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