Filipino food tour and lunch in the East Village

35 Ratings
  • 2.5 hr

Itinerary Details

Filipino food tour and lunch in the East Village

Walk through the East Village and taste the best Filipino food in New York while learning about the history of Filipino migration and getting an insider's perspective on Filipino cuisine!

• Eat your way through a curated tasting menu at each restaurant and chat with the store-owners and staff who bring these amazing dishes to life
• Drinks are not included
• Trek through the East Village to discover hidden gems where your tastebuds will be tickled with Filipino all-time favorites
• Communal food walk for 4 to 6 people
• Raf dives into the history of Filipino cuisine and its external influences, and has been featured in Buzzfeed and Food Insider

About your host, Raf: I was born and raised in the Philippines. As a passionate foodie, I've searched for New York's best Filipino restaurants and I want to share them with you. I have written about Filipino food and hosted private Filipino dinners where I tell my guests about what makes our cuisine so amazing.

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Appetizer

Sizzling Sisig
Finely chopped pork on a sizzling plate, garnished with pork rinds and fresh onions.

Entrees

Arroz Caldo
Rice porridge with chicken, garlic, ginger, and annatto oil

Daing na Bangus
Fried milk fish marinated in vinegar

Longganisa
Filipino style, sweet pork sausage

Cauliflower Bicol
Cauliflower cooked in coconut milk

Sinangag
Fried rice with garlic chips and garlic oil

Dessert

Halo-halo
Shaved ice with ube ice cream, rice crispies, sweet beans, coconut, and flan