Jeepney Filipino Gastropub

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Details
201 1st Ave (at E 12th St)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 533-4121
Filipino
$ $
Hours
Mon–Tue: 5:00 PM–10:30 PM Wed–Thu: 11:30 AM–3:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–3:30 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • 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!
  • 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.
  • After you leave keep telling friends, co-workers and acquaintances about this cool "Filipino Gastropub" until they punch you in the face
  • Order the halo halo for dessert. Just do it.
  • This place does authentic Filipino food right. Even better than nanay's cooking. Talaga!
  • 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!
  • Pretentious menu. A fail at modernizing Filipino Food. Hit up Woodside, Queens for some authentic Filipino food.
  • The Pancit Malabon Negra and Bulalo is a winner! For drinks- try the Cubao X (beer and tang combo)!
  • Get the balut. Don't know what that is? Even more reason to order it.
  • Offbeat Asian comfort food like Fatty Crab's, but instead with gracious service and without the earbleed soundtrack
  • Ketchup.
  • Try the duck fetus w/ fish sauce to pretend you are a mild version of Andrew Zimmern on "Bizarre Foods"
  • Try the longga burger. The aioli sauce and fried egg make it a killer combination for any meal.
  • 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.
  • Jeepney is a a public bus in the Philippines. All the food here is authentic Pinoy. Be adventurous!
  • 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.
  • Try the bone marrow soup.
  • Smells like tires.
  • Try to sit at Dave or Renee's table and get the chori burger FTW although everything is pretty good.