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First Filipino Restaurant Week launched in New York

/ 01:17 AM May 14, 2015

NEW YORK CITY – Filipino American restaurateurs in New York and New Jersey and the Philippine Consulate have collaborated to launch the first-ever Filipino Restaurant Week from May 11 to 23.

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Consul General Mario de Leon Jr. welcomed the participation of the 13 restaurants to the first-ever restaurant week.
“It’s about time,” he said. “Filipino food has gained popularity in New York City and other metropolitan cities and called ‘the next big thing.’”

Inspired by the popular New York Restaurant Week, more than a dozen Filipino restaurants are offeringthree-course, pre-fixe lunches and dinners at a fraction of their usual prices.

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For a fixed $25 lunch or $35 dinner, customers can taste a variety of Filipino dishes from the traditional comfort food to modern interpretations of Filipino cuisine.

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The 13 participating restaurants are: Maharlika, Jeepney, Ugly Kitchen, Grill 21, Kuma Inn, Payag Restaurant, Tito Rad’s Grill & Restaurant, House of Inasal, Purple Yam, Umi Nom, Max’s Restaurant, Talde, and Phil-Am Kusina. All of them represent the four boroughs of New York City, except the Bronx. Two are from Jersey City.

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Details and a complete list of participating Filipino restaurants can be found on www.newyorkpcg.org.

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