"The strain is the star, and I want to make it shine in the dishes I create."
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It seems New Yorkers are finally ready for this food, which has long languished in the shadow of Thai, Indian, Chinese, and other Asian standbys.
Plus: the first annual SMOKE@ICC barbecue competition, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Plus: a new app that lets you share leftovers with strangers, and more, in today's Leftovers.
A rep from the restaurant says they hope to be reinspected ASAP.
Josh Ozersky samples the Filipino delicacy, so you don't have to.
Parents have to cope somehow.
Plus: Sifton enjoys Tertulia, "Tables for Two" on Earls Beer & Cheese, and more of this week's reviews.
And Sa Aming Nayon got its first critical review.
The Filipino pop-up lands in the East Village once again, with dinner.
The Filipino pop-up finds a new home.
Resto Leon has decided to reclaim the space for a brunch of its own.
And speaking of markets, the Food Truck Bazaar at Hell's Kitchen Flea Market is going monthly.
Filipino pop-up Maharlika will be serving the embryonic duck eggs this weekend until they run out.
Another temporary restaurant pops up below 14th Street.