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Chicken silog.

Harana Market



$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerKidsLunch

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Harana Market’s foot-long lumpia has been one of our favorite post-hike snacks for years, and the Filipino deli recently relocated to a bigger space right off of Route 209. The menu has expanded, too—you’ll find platters of tofu sisig and zingy fried chicken, as well as soups and stews like arroz caldo and pork sinigang. Watch the action in the kitchen from one of their indoor tables, or bask in some sunshine in their yard where you’ll spot more than one goldendoodle. 

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