Pinoy’s love for food is undeniable. Giving you a little follow up on our recent feature about the Historic Filipinotown just located in Los Angeles, California, here’s a rundown of restaurants that you might be interested to try when you miss home. 

Just by the restaurants’ names, you’d already be reminded of your nostalgic childhood and family bonds over dinner.

1. Bahay Kubo restaurant 

Taking its name from the famous ‘bahay kubo’ in the Philippines, this casual joint offers home-style cooking for breakfast, lunch & dinner. To see more about their menu check this out: Bahay Kubo Restaurant

2. Kapistahan Grill 

Having that upbeat spot with classic Filipino cuisine served family-style, this restaurant also showcase Filipino’s love for karaoke and live music. A little about their menu is here: Kapistahan Grill

3.  The Park's Finest BBQ

Blending barbecue flavors with the savorier side of Pinoy cooking, the Park’s Finest is an awesome place to grab takeout or enjoy a meal before a game at Dodger Stadium. There’s craft beer on tap, ribs galore, and some seriously addictive cornbread bibingka. Park's Finest BBQ

4. Tribal Cafe 

As we all know, Philippines is a big hit for music and this is what this café caters, events & musical performances. As well, they serve Filipino vegan, vegetarian & traditional dishes. Here's what they have to offer: Tribal Cafe.

5. Little Ongpin 

Serving your favorite Chinese Dishes, this place truly is like Ongpin in Los Angeles. It will simply make you feel like you’re walking down the streets of Ongpin in Manila. If you are curious about what’s on their menu, check on this link: Little Ongpin.

Aside from our list, you can still find a lot of Filipino establishments, food joints and restaurants along Beverly Boulevard in Historic Filipinotown so if you are planning to pay a visit, make sure that your tummies are empty because this food crawl wouldn’t just feed your eyes, it’s a feast of flavors too. As well, if you haven’t read yet about our Historic Filipinotown feature, check on this link: Things To Do In Historic Filipinotown In California.

Original Article by:
Mikhaela Javier

Dalyn Sanie

Dalyn Melgar Sanie is a Civil Engineering graduate based in Batangas, Philippines.

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