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Map & Directions 201 1st Ave.
New York, NY 10003
  • Filipino
  • Mon-Thu 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat 11am-12am
  • cash
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Recommended
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

The latest offering from the Maharlika team bills itself as a "Filipino gastropub," serving modern renditions of traditional Pinoy dishes. The food is rowdy and rustic, and if duck fetus is your thing then you'll be delighted to know they serve it here with gusto. Use your fingers to scoop up sharply flavored pieces of "defeated chicken," sinking in an anise and black bean sauce, and served with an almost-candied pig's foot. Don't miss the arroz caldo, a dish that sings with garlic and is reminiscent of silky grits. Jeepney isn’t trying to be elegant -- portions are monstrous and the colorful space is cheekily decorated with topless vintage pin-ups -- so sip a
weak-and-sweet cocktail out of a plastic tumbler or put back copious amounts of beer. --Tejal Rao

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  • 7th.List on 12/08/12

    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

  • Ron C. on 03/01/13

    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!!!

  • Time Out New York on 08/08/13

    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.

  • janet on 10/19/12

    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!

  • Mariesa on 04/05/13

    This place does authentic Filipino food right. Even better than nanay's cooking. Talaga!

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