Chase Valencia

the co-owner and general manager of LASA, a Filipino-inspired, California-influenced restaurant in LA's Chinatown

The co-owner and general manager of LASA, a Filipino-inspired, California-influenced restaurant in LA's Chinatown

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Evan Kleiman and friends visit Lutong Bahay, a common style of Filipino restaurant called a “turo turo.”

A Filipino Food Crawl: Lutong Bahay

Evan Kleiman and friends visit Lutong Bahay, a common style of Filipino restaurant called a “turo turo.”

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Evan Kleiman and her friends visit Auntie Dee’s Pan de Manila, a bakery in Glassell Park serving a wide variety of sweets and baked goods, including the yeasty rolls known as   pan de…

A Filipino Food Crawl: Auntie Dee’s Pan de Manila

Evan Kleiman and her friends visit Auntie Dee’s Pan de Manila, a bakery in Glassell Park serving a wide variety of sweets and baked goods, including the yeasty rolls known as pan de…

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After wrapping up at Jollibee, Evan Kleiman and the “sinigang gang” makes the five-minute drive to  Toto’s Lechon Manok  in Glassell Park for some savory, meaty snacks.

A Filipino Food Crawl: Toto’s Lechon Manok

After wrapping up at Jollibee, Evan Kleiman and the “sinigang gang” makes the five-minute drive to Toto’s Lechon Manok in Glassell Park for some savory, meaty snacks.

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