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8.6

Renee’s Kitchenette & Grille

Nikko Duren
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8.3

Sariling Atin

Hannah Albertine
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8.3
Nikko Duren
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8.0
Hannah Albertine
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7.8
Bryan Kim
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7.5

NYC Review

Gugu Room

For a fun night out, get some small plates and cocktails at this mostly-Filipino spot on the LES.

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NYC Review

Tito Papas

Tito Papas is a pop-up counter at The Breakers in Williamsburg serving heavy Filipino-inspired food.

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NYC Review

Jeepney

Here’s the good news: If you like the idea of eating various pig parts in some sort of spicy chili sauce, you’re going to love this joint. Jeepney is Maharlika’s second East Village restaurant, and this one is a take on a Filipino gastropub.

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NYC Review

Mama Fina’s

Mama Fina’s is a counter-service Filipino restaurant in the East Village that makes excellent pork sisig.

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8.3

NYC Review

Sariling Atin

Saraling Atin is a Filipino grocery store in Elmhurst with a cafeteria-style counter of meaty stews and pancit noodles in the back.

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8.6

NYC Review

Renee’s Kitchenette & Grille

Renee’s is one of our favorite places to eat Filipino food in Woodside’s Little Manila.

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8.3

NYC Review

Ihawan

Ihawan in Woodside is one of the best Filipino BBQ spots in NYC.

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NYC Review

Harana Market

Harana Market is an incredible Asian grocery store and Filipino deli about ten minutes outside of Woodstock, NY.

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NYC Guide

Where To Get Filipino Pastries & Kakanins In NYC

From Woodside’s Little Manila to Flatbush and the Lower East Side.

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NYC Review

Red Ribbon

Red Ribbon is a Filipino bakery in Woodside that makes an incredible sans rival cake.

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NYC Review

Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace is a Filipino bakery in Woodside with excellent pandesal. Get there early before they sell out.

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NYC Review

Mountain Province Espresso Bar

Mountain Province Espresso Bar is a cafe in Williamsburg specializing in Filipino coffee.

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NYC Review

Phil-Am Food Mart

Phil-Am Food Mart is a Filipino grocery store and bakery in Woodside. Make sure to stock up on sapin-sapin while you're there.

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NYC Review

Kape't Torta

Kape't Torta is a Filipino Bakery in Woodside with great cakes and super strong coffee.

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NYC Review

Kabisera

Kabisera is a Filipino restaurant on the LES that constantly hosts pop-ups and changes its menu (in the best way possible).

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NYC Review

Kapamilya

Kapamilya is a turo-style Filipino spot in Woodside with excellent pastries.

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NYC Review

From Kora

From Kora makes incredible Filipino pastries in Long Island City, all of which must be ordered online.

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NYC Review

Papa’s Kitchen

Papa’s Kitchen in Jackson Heights is a classic Filipino spot that serves excellent ube pancakes during weekend brunch.

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NYC Review

Bilao

Bilao is a Filipino restaurant on the UES that works perfectly for lunch on weekdays and brunch on weekends.

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NYC Guide

The Best Filipino Restaurants In NYC

From a grocery store with a takeout counter to a tiki-themed spot with a nice back patio, these are our 16 favorite Filipino restaurants in the city.