Papa’s Kitchen is a classic Filipino spot in Jackson Heights with a big, blue curbside patio where you can comfortably eat several orders of lumpia Shanghai, kare kare, and chicken adobo outdoors, plus they do things like ube pancakes and mango halo halo during weekend brunch. They have a whole section of the menu dedicated to silogs (a kind of breakfast dish including different kinds of meat with garlic fried rice and eggs), and nothing on it costs more than $8.
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Yun Cafe & Asian Market
Yun Cafe & Asian Mart is a takeout stall in the Roosevelt Avenue subway station serving fantastic Burmese cold salads, noodle dishes, and soups.
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Amazing Grace is a Filipino bakery in Woodside with excellent pandesal. Get there early before they sell out.
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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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Pig And Khao is a Thai/Filipino restaurant on the LES that serves great food and feels like a party.
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.
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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