Nowadays, the emergence of a new Filipino restaurant in New York city is big news. So the recent launch of 2 new Pinoy places in the big apple was definitely a must-see, must-go event for me. This does not happen everyday. We are always hungry for new places to go to. And as Asians in America, are anxious for Filipino food to hit mainstream USA.
So, what better way to put Filipino food in the spotlight than by having two new Pinoy restaurants rock the streets of the Lower East Side and the East Village?
In case you didn’t know, I’m a regular contributor to some news publications and magazines. So I wrote about my experience at these 2 new restaurants: JeepneyNYC Gastropub and Pig and Khao in New York.
Read all about what we ate, how much we paid and my honest, candid, straightforward review of these two new restaurants on the ezine Positively Filipino, an online magazine that celebrates the Philippines.
And if there’s a new Filipino event happening in your neighborhood, tell me and I’ll come have a look, sample a bite or perhaps would love to share your story with my friends.
JeepneyNYC Gastropub’s Pancit Palabok Negra is shown in the above photo.
Pig and Khao’s Sizzling Corned Beef
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