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Pinoy Heritage

$$$$

562 Sutter St, San Francisco
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Pinoy Heritage kicked off around 2016, and ever since then the Filipino pop-up has been making plates of pork lumpia, chicken inasal, sisig fried rice, and serving up everything from kamayan dinners to seven-course tasting menus. The secret key to any dish at Pinoy Heritage—or the team’s brick-and-mortar restaurant Abacá—are traditional Filipino flavors done up with California signatures. The next time you hear of a Pinoy Heritage pop-up or collaboration, best to drop all other plans and get there.

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