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In Los Angeles, there’s no shortage of places to eat excellent Filipino food.
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Earlier this year, Evan Kleiman embarked on a Filipino food crawl of Northeast LA with a handful of friends in tow.
from Good Food
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Born in raised in LA, Marvin Gapultos is an authority on Filipino food and drinks.
The late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold was a longtime champion of Filipino food as well as the communities that make it.
In March, Good Food’s Evan Kleiman and friends visited Toto’s Lechon Manok in Glassell Park.
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Born and raised in the Philippines, writer Jacqueline Chio-Lauri has since lived in seven different countries.
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