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Filipino Restaurant In Los Angeles,California

Posted last August 11, 2015, 11:04 pm in Food report article

Most Filipino food and dishes are a delectable blend of native and foreign cuisines that have evolved through the centuries. Historians narrate that a couple of hundred years ago, foreign traders and settlers, colonizers and missionaries brought with them their native recipes and unique style of cooking to the Philippines.Filipino food is filled with tradition and diverse richness of colours, flavours and history. Combinations of these ingredients are seasoned with local and imported spices cooked through roasting, grilling, broiling or steaming. Part of the Pinoy custom is to eat three full meals in a day. And no meal would ever be complete without a serving of plain or fried rice.The following list here are the most popular resto in Los Angeles that offers all uisine.

Kusina Filipina
Bahay Kubo Restaurant
Adobo Grill Traditional Filipino Cruisine
Manila Sunset
Max's Restaurant
Point Point Joint Restaurants
The Park's Finest BBQ
Zinugba Filipino Restaurant
Pinoy Pinay Filipino Restaurant
White Rabbit Fusion Cafe
Fiesta Fast Food
House of Grill
Eva's Lechon & Deli
Kalesa Grill
Neri's Bakery and Fast Food
Toto's Lechon Manok
Nanay Gloria's
Kow Loon Dimsum
Kapistahan Grill
D J Bibingkahan
The Original Barrio Fiesta of Manila

Kalye Hits
My Mom's BakeShop
Nanay Gloria Restaurant
Little Ongpin
Belly & Snout
Little Ongpin
L a Rose Cafe
Bahay Natin Food Mart
Leelin Bakery & Cafe
D J Bibingkahan
Manila Goodha
Pinoy Kainan At Downtown
Little Ongpin
Bamboo Bistro
Manila Good-Ha Fast Food

Manila Good Ha Inc
Leelin Bakery & Cafe
Hapag Kainan
Golden Ribbon
Mami King Restaurant
Ateh's Kitchen
Asian Fast Food & Grocery
Edna's Filipino Cuisine
Ninong's Pastries and Cafe
Dollar Hits
Filipino Bagnet Restaurant
Valerio's Family Bakeshop
Ilonggo Delicacies
Zinugba Restaurant
Seafood City Supermarket
Seafood Ranch Market
Leelin Bakery & Cafe
Offie's Filipino Food Catering Service
Island Pacific Supermarket
Manila Grille

The Filipinos are a gregarious and sociable people who love to party, and food is often at the center of their many celebrations. Filipino food combines Eastern and Western ideas and is strongly influenced by Chinese, Spanish and American traditions.You will never regret it once you tested their recipes.