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Jeepney Filipino Gastropub

Jeepney Filipino Gastropub

Restaurante filipino$$$$
East Village, Nueva York
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    Los expertos de Time Out New York y New York Post recomiendan este lugar
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    Kasey M.
    "... bartender. Get the bone marrow (médula ósea), crab fat fried rice w spam, diniguan,..."(8 Tips)
    Nancy W.
    "love the coconut rice (arroz con coco) and this hearty chicken broth dish"(6 Tips)
    Umair Z.
    "The Chori Burger (hamburguesa): TIME OUT just gave it the Best Burger in NYC."(32 Tips)
    Aileen C.
    "tamale and pork shoulders (paleta de cerdo)"(3 Tips)
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  • Gothamist
    GothamistFebrero 22, 2017
    It's the best place to finally earn bragging rights for trying the balut, or digging into the spicy Bicol Express pork stew simmered with coconut milk, shrimp paste, and plenty of long chiles. Leer más
    Votación a favor hace Jun 27
  • Tommy C.heart icon on user image
    Tommy ChenAgosto 10, 2016
    Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and delicious food! Can get busy during dinner, especially on weekends. The choir burger is a must try. Kamayan night is a lot of fun if you're a party of 4 (min).
    Votación a favor hace hace 2 semanas
  • Cecilia W.heart icon on user image
    Get the garlic rice instead of plain. It's worth the extra $. Kamayan (eating with hands-no utensils) is $45/person (as of July 2014), 4 people minimum, choose 2 apps & 3 ulam (entrées). Thumbs up 👍
    Votación a favor hace Aug 6
  • Cole K.heart icon on user image
    Cole KennedyJulio 19
    Count me as another staunch advocate for the Chori Burger. The fries are kinda interesting at first, but not my favorite. Doesn’t matter. Come solo on a weeknight and sit at the bar, and feel good.
    Votación a favor hace Jul 30
  • Marion V.heart icon on user image
    Marion VincentFebrero 6, 2014
    Kamayan night is a must! Prix fixe for min 4p, book ahead.Party gets 2 apps, 3 entrees, rice, salad, longanisa and dessert. Fair warning, this is family style, served on banana leaves, no utensils!FUN
  • New York Post
    New York PostEnero 28, 2015
    On Wednesdays and Thursdays you can reserve a spot for their kamayan dinners, where you'll eat a king’s bounty of Filipino dishes like chicharron, longanisa sausage, and ribs served on banana leaves. Leer más
  • Mike W.heart icon on user image
    Mike WinstonEnero 30, 2014
    All the dishes are bursting with bold flavor. Come on a Wed or Thurs with a group of friends for Kamayan Night and eat everything with you hands. Read about my visit on WinstonWanders below!! Leer más
  • Heather T.heart icon on user image
    Heather TOctubre 18, 2013
    10/10 We came with no res. on a kamayan night, but the staff was so accommodating and sat us at the bar (full menu available). Sabrina, the bartender, was a joy to meet- super knowledgeable + friendly
  • Umair Z.heart icon on user image
    Umair ZiaMayo 31, 2015
    The Chori Burger: TIME OUT just gave it the Best Burger in NYC. It was delicious but not the best. Whitman's, Brindle Room, and even Shake Shack provide a more satisfying mouth-splosion.
  • Mary H.heart icon on user image
    Mary H.Abril 5, 2015
    Banana ketchup glazed spare ribs were tender, great flavor and a little kick. We ordered the special, deep fried snapper and it was delicious. Garlic rice- you can never go wrong.
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    DFebrero 6, 2016
    Kamayan dinner! Apps:Chicharon bulalak, lumpiang Shanghai. Entrees:Adobong hipon, Na manok, Bicol express & Garlic rice! $56pp weekend price. After 3beers, 2sodas, tax & tip $85pp. Costly but delish!
  • Dan F.heart icon on user image
    Dan FleishakerMarzo 2, 2017
    Truly insane and delicious experience eating with your hands with your friends. Chicken with peanut sauce, head-on shrimp, mussels, pork ribs, sausage, bok choy over rice A+
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListDiciembre 8, 2012
    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 Leer más
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAgosto 3, 2014
    Mix the Katipunan dishes with some of Jeepney’s Pinoy gastropub standbys, like Manila clams blasted with lemongrass and garlic or the pork-and-beef-blood stew known as dinuguan. Leer más
  • Harry R.heart icon on user image
    Harry RaymondFebrero 10, 2016
    Kamayan night is awesome experience for big groups. Bone marrow, sausage, garlic rice served on table of leaves.
  • Ted G.heart icon on user image
    Ted GSeptiembre 6, 2013
    I loved this place - for main meal I had the wonderful Chori Burger!! They don't have a liquor license as of now so bring your own "water" bottle to mix with your fruit drinks. I will be back!!
  • Esther F.heart icon on user image
    Sit in the garden on a nice night. You feel like you are on vacation! I don't care for sweet cocktails, but the tropical drinks were surprisingly delicious. Great for dinner with the girls or mom!
  • Celena C.heart icon on user image
    Celena ChanJulio 27, 2015
    Come for kamayan night! The hands eating feast. Reservations made online and at least a few days ahead. It's a great, tasty memorable event with friends.
  • SpikeyJay
    SpikeyJayFebrero 14, 2013
    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!
  • Indulgent Eats
    Indulgent EatsJunio 13, 2016
    This laidback Filipino spot is great for boozy outdoor brunch in their backyard patio with unlimited mimosas. Their Filipino breakfast plates and egg-topped Chori burger are the perfect hangover cure
  • Raphael L.heart icon on user image
    Raphael LangenscheidtJulio 30, 2015
    This place is the absolute bomb. The ribs, the burger, the whole fish - order it all. Great service, unpretentious guests. This place is fantastic. The burger with the egg might be NYs finest.
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkAgosto 8, 2013
    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. Leer más
  • Ernesto G.heart icon on user image
    Ernesto GutierrezNoviembre 12, 2017
    Not for the faint of heart or fit minded. Fried food galore. Come with a group of 6 and go nuts ordering from the menu. Highlights: garlic rice, ribs, beef spring rolls, bone marrow, fried fish
  • Christine Y.
    Christine Y.Abril 30, 2013
    My new go to spot for Filipino food in the East Village. Bar in the front and seating in the back. They're opening their garden in May. Check out the raunchy picture in the back. :X
  • Valerie S.heart icon on user image
    Valerie SJunio 16
    Bring a group for a delicious Filipino table spread. No utensils. Everything is delicious but stand out items include the ribs and the sausage!
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkAgosto 4, 2014
    he Chori burger patty is made up of two layers: beef and sweet longanisa, which is a blend of pork and 10 other ingredients (mostly spices). Leer más
  • Aileen C.
    Aileen ChuFebrero 2, 2013
    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.
  • Kasey M.heart icon on user image
    Kasey MaFebrero 16, 2015
    Wtf. What.How did I not discover this place sooner.Amazing Filippino food, funny manager, & great bartender. Get the bone marrow, crab fat fried rice w spam, diniguan, cheese icecream, ube milkshake!
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    .Octubre 20, 2012
    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!
  • Aniruddha M.heart icon on user image
    Aniruddha MandkeEnero 29, 2015
    Small but exceptional place. Fantastic atmosphere. Hard to get a place on weekends. You could always look for empty bar stools and squeeze in. Staff is warm and courteous - they know the food.
  • Ms H.
    Ms HeleneDiciembre 28, 2015
    Rice noodles with shrimp, calamari and pork skin $15 and garlic rice with a fried egg on side. Douse liberally with chilli vinegar. Skip adobo shrimp $17 for 5 over cooked pieces.
  • Lisa Z.
    Lisa ZOctubre 4, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Bicol Express pork shoulder is fanned out, marinated in chilies and spices, rolled up again, and slow cooked for 6 hours with amazeballs coconut sambal, everything sauce. Mind. Blown
  • Mara L.heart icon on user image
    Mara LecocqOctubre 10, 2014
    I had a corned beef sinigang which is an unexpected mix of 2 really popular Filipino dishes and it was really good!
  • Jwow
    JwowNoviembre 16, 2014
    Amazing tiki drinks and Filipino food to go along with them. If you like garlic, then the garlic rice is a must!
  • Cassidyheart icon on user image
    CassidyMarzo 21, 2013
    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.
  • Cat A.heart icon on user image
    Cat AngSeptiembre 1, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Great for brunch - Bicol Benedict and any of the silogs, but also save room for their shakes - avocado and ube are our faves. Next up - Kamayan Night.
  • Eliza C.heart icon on user image
    Eliza ChangFebrero 20, 2014
    The chicken, green papaya soup in a coconut is amazing. Subtly sweet and savory; the broth-soaked coconut meat at the end is a mouthwatering treat.
  • Jenn H.heart icon on user image
    Jenn HEnero 30, 2014
    Kamayan night was the best experience of my life. Food was phenomenal, waitress was an absolute gem. I'm floored and relieved at how cool NY remains.
  • Tony C.
    Tony ChanghoOctubre 14, 2012
    Have the cascaron for dessert--glutinous rice flour doughtnuts filled with jackfruit, ube, or chocolate. Then wash them down with the nutty Cubao X beer cocktail. Mabuhay!
  • Tingheart icon on user image
    TingFebrero 22, 2015
    Huge portions, good atmosphere, great cocktails! Banana ketchup ribs, lumpia, and sisig tacos were crowd pleasers. I was not impressed with the chori burger or short rib stew which were overcooked.
  • Jakob R.
    Jakob RydénJulio 12, 2016
    Cocktails are nice and cool, but the tapas are divine. Patio was roomy enough with a nice ambience. Not at all formal. Well worth a visit!
  • Kayleigh H.heart icon on user image
    Kayleigh HarringtonMayo 11, 2017
    The pinay colada will instantly transport you from NYC to a Filipino paradise 🍍 don't miss their back garden.
  • Eileenheart icon on user image
    EileenJulio 23, 2017
    If you do Kamayan night, definitely get the banana ketchup ribs. I also liked the bicol express (the sauce was the best part) and adobong hipon (shrimp). Skip the kare kare chicken. Bland and boring
  • Jillian N.
    Jillian NicholsOctubre 1, 2014
    If the fried chicken with a fried egg slathered in peanut gravy is available, you should probably get it.
  • Cynthia L.heart icon on user image
    Cynthia LinOctubre 13, 2016
    Do the kamayan dinner experience! Staff is super friendly, kamayan is a ton of food! Garlic and coconut rice is legit
  • Chris S.
    Chris SteeleNoviembre 10, 2014
    The banana barbecue ribs are one of the best things to happen to the fruit since Foster got ambitious back in the day. Also loved the whole market fish.
  • Kristine F.heart icon on user image
    Kristine FernandezOctubre 16, 2014
    Kamayan definitely! It's fun to share food with you family and friends while eating with you hands barbarian style Lol! Definitely will come back and try other food in the menu
  • Louie C.
    Louie CuJulio 24, 2013
    A little pricey is you're a solo eater. Massive serving size though. Had pork sinigang. Taste was slightly compromised and lacks the kick! Can be improved with more tamarind broth & less onions.
  • Catie C.heart icon on user image
    Catie CatDiciembre 1, 2014
    Make sure you leave time to eat, converse, digest and eat more. Generous portions! Book a table ahead of time for larger groups.
  • Tanya R.heart icon on user image
    Tanya RojasMayo 31, 2015
    Great food, great service. Try the pancit, and whatever alcoholic beverage has the avocado in it. Both were excellent.
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