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Mucho Sarap


265 Canal St, New York
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Just look for the colorful Coca-Cola and Juicy Fruit signs in the Canal Street Market to find Mucho Sarap. From the team behind So Sarap, this place serves dishes that have a blend of Mexican and Filipino ingredients, and the combinations work really well. Try the veggie lumpia with incredibly delicate and crispy skin over a pool of enchilada sauce, or get three tacos for $15. The best two are the ones with crumbly longanisa and fatty tocino. Eat them at the counter in front of the open kitchen, or head to the communal area under the big skylight. They also have a selection of snacks and dry goods for sale in the back in case you want to head home with some bulalô-flavored instant noodle soup.

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