19 "Filipino" Restaurants in New York.
Papa’s Kitchen in Jackson Heights is a classic Filipino spot that serves excellent ube pancakes during weekend brunch.
Bilao is a Filipino restaurant on the UES that works perfectly for lunch on weekdays and brunch on weekends.
Tradisyon is a fast-causal Filipino spot in Hell’s Kitchen, and you should order from here weekly if you live nearby.
Kape’t Torta is a Filipino bakery in Elmhurst that makes excellent pan de sal and other sweet pastries.
Lahi is a Filipino restaurant in Elmhurst with excellent sisig tacos and a huge outdoor patio.
Kusina Pinoy Bistro is a fun place to eat sisig and giant calamari in Woodside.
Tito Rad’s in Woodside serves some of the best Filipino food in the area.
Renee’s is one of our favorite places to eat Filipino food in Woodside’s Little Manila.
Saraling Atin is a Filipino grocery store in Elmhurst with a cafeteria-style counter of meaty stews and pancit noodles in the back.
Jollibee is a Filipino fast food chain, and it’s ideal for when you want some fried chicken with a side of spaghetti covered in a sweet tomato sauce.
Piggyback is a pan-Asian spot in Chelsea from the people behind Pig and Khao, and it’s a great option for dinner before a show at MSG.
Mama Fina’s is a counter-service Filipino restaurant in the East Village that makes excellent pork sisig.
Pig And Khao is a Thai/Filipino restaurant on the LES that serves great food and feels like a party.