201 1st Ave
New York NY 10003
(212) 533-4121

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The Maharlika team's latest offers up fried-fishbone salad, chicken-fat wings, and a longga burger made with skinless sausage, Kewpie-Maggi aïoli, and banana ketchup.
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Their longganisa sausage and bulalo are a meat lover's dream. My absolute favorites! Also love their spicy pork cutlet, the halo-halo, great pork ribs, bone marrow and chori burger.
David Hu
Get the balut. Don't know what that is? Even more reason to order it.
Tim Vetter
Offbeat Asian comfort food like Fatty Crab's, but instead with gracious service and without the earbleed soundtrack
Time Out New York
The Chori Burger is delightfully messy: Jufran (a spicy Filipino ketchup made with mashed bananas) and Kewpie mayo (a Japanese version with umami-boosting MSG) drips over the charred half-pounder.
Macho James
Pretentious menu. A fail at modernizing Filipino Food. Hit up Woodside, Queens for some authentic Filipino food.
Justin Orgel
Try the duck fetus w/ fish sauce to pretend you are a mild version of Andrew Zimmern on "Bizarre Foods"
Justin Orgel
After you leave keep telling friends, co-workers and acquaintances about this cool "Filipino Gastropub" until they punch you in the face
Try the longga burger. The aioli sauce and fried egg make it a killer combination for any meal.
This place does authentic Filipino food right. Even better than nanay's cooking. Talaga!
Staff couldn't be nicer. Bicol, pancit malabok negra, and garlic rice are great, but the champorado & jeprox takes the cake. Don't be scared - you want dried fish in your chocolate pudding, promise.
Ron C.
Kamayan Night! Every Thursday. You pick 2 apps & 3 entrees. $40 a person with a minimum of 4 people in a group. You get so much food!!!
Ate in the back room kamayan style w/a party. Food was great (rice a bit hard though). Only complaint is $35pp prix fix for back room! I know us Filipinos can be crazy, but that's a little absurd!
Aileen Chu
The specials were amazing .... Giant adobo shrimp and blue crabs ... Regular menu items of tamale and pork shoulders a must! Definitely coming back soon to try out the rest of the menu.
Brad Lauster
Try the bone marrow soup.
Matt Bean
Smells like tires.
Order the halo halo for dessert. Just do it.
When you get there do not forget...Pancit Malabok Negra - palabok noodles in squid ink & shrimp romesco with calamari, oysters, scallops, baby octopus, tinapa, hard boiled farm & chicharron
Loved the Jeprox Salad, Bicol Express & the Pancit Malabok Negra. For dessert, try the Cascaron. The service was top notch. Our server, Natalie, was always attentive. Definitely coming back!
Aimee Astillero
The Pancit Malabon Negra and Bulalo is a winner! For drinks- try the Cubao X (beer and tang combo)!
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