Maharlika Filipino Moderno

Maharlika Filipino Moderno

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Filipino Restaurant and Asian Restaurant$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Henry W.heart icon on user image
    Henry WinslowSeptember 4, 2014
    Been here 25+ times
    As a gringo cook working the line here, I've come to know and love Filipino food. The pork adobo is a personal favorite, but if you're coming with a group, be sure to start with one of the sisigs.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistFebruary 22, 2017
    Don't miss their game-changing riff on Chicken and Waffles with ube waffles, anchovy butter, and a coconut caramel syrup supporting crackly and crisp chicken pieces. Read more
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhDecember 9, 2019
    The Eggs Imelda is like a sampling platter (imo) - Pandesal, farm fresh packed eggs, fresh taro-root leaves, coconut milk, bagoong, roasted head-on prawns, kalamansi hollandaise, & kamote home fries
  • Bettyheart icon on user image
    BettySeptember 11, 2013
    We ordered a Pork Adobo & Kare Kare and ate it all, though in hindsight we really should have invited 2 more people to help us... Love the big portions and flavors!! Service is very sweet too.
  • Rebecca M.heart icon on user image
    Rebecca MazzaMarch 18, 2017
    I like this place better than Pig and Khao! Good, strong cocktail and yummy food. I'm not an expert in Filipino food but it felt authentic!
  • PureWow
    PureWowFebruary 23, 2016
    When you’re in an adventurous mood, give the traditional sizzling sisig dish a try. (Shh, it’s chopped pig ears, belly and snout with an egg on top, but it’s tasty. We promise.) Read more
  • Ina L.heart icon on user image
    Ina LiFebruary 21, 2016
    Try: chicken Laing as appetizer and Duck breast on top of delicious bean sprouts! Their classic cocktails are amazingly refreshing and flavorful!
  • Terecille B.heart icon on user image
    Terecille Basa-OngJanuary 21, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Chicken and ube waffles plus the macapuno sauce are everything you could ever dream of. Love the logsilog. And lumpiang. And spam fries. Pretty much everything is amazing... Expect to leave stuffed!!!
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhNovember 17, 2019
    Come with a group of people for brunch. Order the Eggs Imelda, Flip’d chicken & waffle, the tortang talong & any of their silogs for a delicious & hearty Filipino breakfast.
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhDecember 9, 2019
    Order the Pampangan style pork sizzling sisig. It’s served in a cast-iron sizzling skillet w/ red onion, birds' eye chili, farm fresh egg with the baboy of course (pork belly, cheek, ears, snout)
  • Danny B.
    Danny BernardoOctober 15, 2013
    the kare kare was a delicious modern take on a Filipino classic. and the fried chicken and waffles was sheer perfection of sweet and savory. the macapuno syrup and the baggoong butter together...sarap
  • Kelsey A.heart icon on user image
    Kelsey A.December 30, 2017
    I had the uni palabok noodle dish and it was incredible. Super rich with the shrimp bisque, sea urchin, and roasted garlic. Loved it!
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    RCFebruary 27, 2014
    Dasilog was good and yes it is a little expensive but it is located in the city so it was definitely expected. The decor & the old school music they were playing was definitely a plus in my book! 👌
  • Alexheart icon on user image
    AlexMay 14, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    great Filipino food. Kare kare (oxtail) was on point. sisig was delicious and the pork adobo was awesome. Filipino flash cocktail was soooo good. can't really go wrong here.
  • Terena P.heart icon on user image
    Terena P.August 11, 2013
    Highly recommend it. The drinks and the food were superb & it has one of the best waiting staff in NY. We ate: lumpiang barquillos, chicken and waffles and bistek with garlic rice. Perfection.
  • Gluttony N.
    Gluttony NYCFebruary 14, 2017
    The chicken & ube waffles with macapuno sauce is all you'll ever need! Authentic Filipino in a great space, highly recommend!
  • Carolineheart icon on user image
    CarolineJanuary 21, 2016
    Come here for an authentic Filipino meal, even if it seems intimidating. The staff is very helpful and non-judgmental if you're not sure what to get. Everything is delicious!!
  • Kimmie O.heart icon on user image
    Kimmie OhhDecember 9, 2019
    Get their kalderetang kambing (goat) & their chicken & waffles (batterless fried chicken, purple yam waffle, caramelized macapuno syrup, anchovy-compound butter)
  • Condé Nast Traveler
    Condé Nast TravelerOctober 26, 2016
    "Go for brunch and try the Filipino-style fried chicken with purple yam waffles or one of the Silog options with longganisa pork sausage and amazing garlic rice.” - Cherae Robinson Read more
  • Gloria C.
    Gloria ChinOctober 11, 2013
    brunch!!! Get the Tocino (7 up pork), Laing (taro-root leaves, coconut milk & guisaido bagoong), Flip'D Chicken and Ube purple yam Waffle, compound anchovy-bagoong butter & caramelized macapuno syrup
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkOctober 5, 2011
    Try the crispy, chewy sisig, featuring pork belly and lesser-loved pig parts, punched up with garlic, onion and citrus. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more
  • jon f.heart icon on user image
    jon ferrerAugust 23, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    A delicious, modern take on the food of my motherland. Get the sisig, drink a Red Horse and pretend you're in Manila. That's what I do. Sarap!
  • Leonardo Quezada G.
    I went for lunch today and it was incredible. We had the oxtails, shrimp, rice-pig-egg dish-- all amazing. Loved the sauces, too. Will have to go back again very soon. And the dessert, service, Etc...
  • Tim V.
    Tim VetterAugust 30, 2013
    Junot Díaz: "... marinated flank steak, ginataang isda (a superb salmon with snap peas and coconut milk, longganisa (sweetest tastiest longga in town), sides of garlic rice, long beans, & eggplant." Read more
  • Sophie S.heart icon on user image
    Sophie SmithApril 13, 2015
    Flip'd chicken & ube waffle was nice but could have done with more syrup as the waffle is really heavy going. Great atmosphere, good music, attentive service - be prepared to tip well!
  • Billy
    BillyFebruary 24, 2013
    Service is friendly and fast. Try the appetizer for brunch. A must try if you're looking to break the mold of traditional NYC brunch. The absinthe spray drink is also a force to be reckoned with.
  • Christine T.heart icon on user image
    Christine TranSeptember 11, 2016
    The pork sissig and ube waffle & chicken and waffles are my go-to, but you can't go wrong here.
  • Patheart icon on user image
    PatApril 6, 2014
    Sisig was delicious, my girlfriend had the baby milkfish which was also really good. Large portions and the dipping vinegar is nice and spicy! Bloody marys are spicy too.
  • Mac D.
    Mac De La CruzJune 17, 2014
    Chicken and Waffles , Filipino style. Really good crispy skin and very juicy flavorful,tender chicken. Waffles are boom banging !
  • William H.
    William HJune 3, 2013
    Come for brunch, get the Silog (7-up braised pork garlic rice what?!) Come for dinner, get the Kare Kare. Hands-down some of the best meals I've had in the city.
  • Francesca K.
    Francesca KrihelyJanuary 27, 2013
    Come for brunch and get the Chicken and Waffles (it's unlike anything you've ever had!) waffles are made with blue yams and served with coconut sauce.
  • Joey J.heart icon on user image
    Joey JAugust 26, 2018
    Yummy Filipino cuisine. Try the chicken and waffles, silogs, steak, sea urchin vermicelli noodles, fried egg over rice.
  • Rachel S.heart icon on user image
    Rachel SmithOctober 16, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Great place for breakfast the garlic rice and vinegar sauce goes perfect with the eggs and meat
  • Lori L.heart icon on user image
    Lori LuoAugust 10, 2014
    Maharlika serves up an array of excellent, modernized Filipino dishes. Find Chicken with Ube Waffles, Lumpiang Barquillos, and Tocilog, all in the same place.
  • Dheart icon on user image
    DApril 4, 2015
    Chicharron, Pampangan style sizzling sisig, Flip'd chicken + ube waffle & Pata confit. Yummy & crispy.
  • Tim P.
    Tim PaansJanuary 6, 2013
    The Longsilog is awesome and a great mix of savory and sweet. Sit by the bar and you'll get some awesome insight and tips on the food from the bartender.
  • Janelle J.heart icon on user image
    Janelle J.July 14, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Go here for brunch. For a great filipinized take on American food, get the chicken & waffles or for more traditional, the longsilog. Best longanisa since my grandma passed.
  • Frank L.
    Frank L.December 24, 2012
    Awesome staff. Dine at the bar and don't be afraid to ask questions. Sisig and prawns are both excellent. Make sure to order the Pacquiao Punch as well.
  • Barton S.
    Barton SmithApril 30, 2014
    If you love your meats and rice then Maharlika is a great, casual spot. If you're looking for some balanced greens, try elsewhere.
  • Allison Y.heart icon on user image
    Allison YuJune 6, 2015
    The fried chicken and Ube waffles used to be one of my all time faves but flavor has been lacking as of late. Still a solid choice though
  • Chavelli
    ChavelliJune 16, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    So many things to recommend, but make sure to try the sizzling sisig with garlic rice. Lechon is always a good idea too! Great staff and lovely place.
  • Melody K.
    Melody KohOctober 21, 2012
    Get the Tortang Talong for brunch if you're in the mood for savory eggplant & soft eggs. If you're desperate for meat (and a pig lover), Sisig is your save bet.
  • Jackie D.heart icon on user image
    Jackie DavalosJuly 19, 2013
    Amazing meal- full of flavor and so delicious. Sisig was awesome. Try the Teo Tita cocktail!
  • Jeffrey W.heart icon on user image
    Jeffrey WhiteJanuary 23, 2016
    The sausage breakfast thing is bomb as a dinner. Pacquiau's punch lives up to the name too. Seriously impressed by this place.
  • Mara L.heart icon on user image
    Mara LecocqApril 27, 2015
    ❤️💛💙 Crispy pata, longanisa, tapa... Great brunch! Never tried dinner but can't wait
  • Melanie W.
    Melanie W.March 30, 2014
    The fried chicken with ube waffle was amazing and the service was great. The hostess was super rude so try to make a reservation.
  • Janelle J.heart icon on user image
    Janelle J.June 17, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    The chicken and waffles are awesome, but the longsilog is amazing. Protip: use the vinegar, Filipino food is a bit heavier and the vinegar balances the flavor.
  • Terecille B.heart icon on user image
    Terecille Basa-OngJanuary 11, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Food is on-point, especially the sisig and the pork adobo. Seats are close to each other, so get ready to get cozy!
  • Christine H.
    Christine HaFebruary 26, 2016
    Fish sauce michelada a must. Blue waffles with fermented anchovy butter & coconut syrup. Chicken skin.
  • Jeremy P.heart icon on user image
    Jeremy ParedesAugust 8, 2014
    The longsilog is perfect. Also the main dishes are definitely big enough to share as long as you get an app or extra rice.
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