# Filipino food
Little Kusina Filipino Restaurant
This week we went to try Filipino Food at Little Kusina, 1594 U.S. 9, Toms River, NJ 08755
Kuya Lord: Los Angeles's favorite Filipino pop-up is going fully legit
Filipino food’s time as the most underrated cuisine is slowly coming to a close. The list of great Filipino restaurants in Los Angeles continues to grow. Kuya Lord is yet another example of this delicious trend.
Eating Filipino Kamayan Dinner First Time REACTION (Filipino Food)
Having a Filipino kamayan feast at MFK by Aysee in Anaheim. Today in our foodie tour, we try out a kamayan style dinner, a Filipino cuisine where utensils are not used and an extraordinary amount of food is eaten with one's hands only.
Trying Purple Yam "Ube" Cake
Philippine purple yam takes the spotlight at Tambayan. Tambayan serves Filipino food at Reading Terminal Market located at 45 N 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Mama Fina's: A Filipino Restaurant
Have you ever tried Crispy Pata before? What about garlic rice? These are some popular Filipino dishes that are amazing! We head to Mama Fina's, a highly rated Filipino restaurant on the Lower East Side of Manhattan to learn a little more about the culture! Join us as we indulge in some fascinating and delicious cuisine on a nice day! Don't forget to eat before watching, if you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
Best Hawaiian Food in Las Vegas!
Looking for the best Hawaiian food in Las Vegas? Consider Lefty J’s Island Favorites, which is a Hawaiian Filipino restaurant in Vegas that specializes in tasty, homestyle Hawaiian food in a casual setting. This restaurant is laid back and reminds you of being in a restaurant in Hawaii! It is one of the highest rated restaurants in Las Vegas, and for good reason. Their food is amazing, and their specialties include the 5 star plate, the loco moco, and galbi. So if you are on the east side of the Las Vegas Strip, and are looking for places to eat, and are asking, “What are some good restaurants near me, or some good food near me?” then look no further than Lefty J’s Hawaiian Favorites! It is one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas.
Filipino FUSION BBQ Truck In LAS VEGAS! 🇵🇭
Trying out Project BBQ right outside of the Circa hotel and resort for some filipino-hawaiian-American fusion bbq! This spot is located right in the Fremont street experience, in downtown Las Vegas, so a great spot to eat and enjoy the vibes. Let's see how project bbq ranks among the Best Bbq in Las Vegas. Location: Project BBQ Circa Hotel and Resort
Trying JOLLIBEE Fast Food in America (Best and Worst Foods to Order)
Rockstar Eater visits Jollibee restaurant to try the most popular foods on the menu. Steve gives his honest and full review on the food at Jollibee, which is the most popular fast food chain in the Philippines, known for their fried chicken, spaghetti, burgers, and other Filipino dishes. It’s a chain restaurant that is slowly making its way into the US, which a few locations in Los Angeles. Steve has never tried the Jollibee in the Philippines, but he tries the Jollibee in America, in Los Angeles, and gives his full review. You might be asking, “Is Jollibee worth a visit?” What are the best foods at Jollibee? What are the worst foods at Jollibee? Find out in this episode.
10 Filipino Foods You Must Try (A Beginner's Guide)
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) gives you the lowdown on the Top 10 Filipino Foods you must try, especially as a newbie to Filipino cuisine. Filipino food is one of the great foods from the Pacific Island. Yet not too many people know about the food or what to order if they were to eat in the Philippines or at a local Filipino restaurant. What is Filipino food like? What should you order at a filipino restaurant? Rockstar Eater makes it easy with these 10 traditional Filipino foods to eat, so that you can get a good introduction into Filipino food, which covers everything from sisig to crispy pata.
Must try Filipino restaurants in New York
If you want to try out a different cuisine, here are some of the good restaurants to try in New York City. Flip Sigi - filipino taqueria serving filipino fusion and authentic filipino food that is very delectable from Tradisyon.
Flip Sigi: The Original Filipino Taqueria
Ever tried poutine before? Was it Filipino inspired? Well, it's one of the best loaded fry combinations I've ever tasted! We make our way to Flip Sigi, The Original Filipino Taqueria in downtown Manhattan. They're well known for tacos, burritos and other type of fast and festive foods! We try the longanisa poutine which happens to be amazing! So tag along for a quick adventure to the city for some late night eats! Hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
Tradisyon: Authentic Filipino Restaurant in NYC
Have you ever tried Filipino food before? Are you wondering what is in that delicious bowl in the thumbnail? Well it's called Sisig! Join us as we're on another adventure to find some amazing food here in the city! We make our way to a Filipino restaurant called Tradisyon. I couldn't pronounce it at first either lol, but it's pronounced "Tradition". With experience, I've learned the Filipino's are very proud of their culture; and after tasting this dish, I can't understand why they would be anything other than that .. proud! Hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!
3 great Filipino food restaurants in Historic Filipino Town
Filipino food has been growing in popularity for a while now. Filipino food was heavily inspired by Spanish culture. The combination of sweet, salty, and sour ingredients means that there is something for every taste.
This Filipino Kamayan Feast is the Ideal Group Meal in Los Angeles
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) ventures into the world of Filipino cuisine by trying Filipino food at Tatang LA, a modern Filipino restaurant in North Hollywood that specializes in kamayan feast (or Filipino boodle fight). The kamayan is a Filipino food feast in which all kinds of Filipino food are laid out on a large banana leaf, and you eat the meal with your hands! The foods in the kamayan include the chicken sisig, the crispy pork pata, beef brisket, fresh fruits, and more. What is Filipino food like? Or more specifically, what is a kamayan feast like? Find out in this episode which shows you how to make a kamayan feast and how to eat with your hands in this boodle fight feast. Tatang LA: <a href="https://tatang-la.com">https://tatang-la.com</a>/