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Where to Eat Filipino Food in Miami

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Updated: 5 July 2017
A cosmopolitan hub, Miami is home to just about every ethnic group—and their exciting cuisines—imaginable. From restaurants cooking up home-style classics to contemporary kitchens serving fusion fare, eateries across the city are dishing out Filipino flavors. Here are 10 of our favorite spots to enjoy the tastes of the Philippines in South Florida.

Talde Miami Beach

Restaurant, Asian, Contemporary, $$$
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At his restaurants in Miami Beach, New York, and beyond, Chef Dale Talde, who is of Filipino descent, captivates cosmopolitan diners with his East-meets-West cuisine. Leave it to a Top Chef alum (and the mind behind such unorthodox concoctions as the Philly cheesesteak bao) to put a spin on the cultural classic halo-halo. Talde Miami Beach’s incarnation of the sweet treat, which always involves shaved ice and creamy coconut milk, features fresh mango and pineapple, matcha drizzle, and Cap’n Crunch pieces.

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Sun - Thu:
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
6:00 pm - 2:00 am

Pao by Paul Qui

Restaurant, Asian, Contemporary, $$$
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Upscale eatery Pao by Paul Qui brings modern Asian flavor and flair to Miami Beach. Here, cosmopolitan crowds and fans of fusion cuisine can enjoy Filipino ceviche, pork-adobo rice, and Filipino-style carnitas. The restaurant, boasting gorgeously plated food and breathtaking ocean views, makes every meal feel like a special occasion.

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Sun - Thu:
7:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
7:00 pm - 12:00 am

Sakaya Kitchen

Restaurant, Asian, Fusion, Korean, Contemporary, $$$
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Specializing in what it refers to as “Asian funk fusion,” Sakaya Kitchen shines for its remixed Korean cuisine. Renowned Chef Richard Hales extends his adventurous approach to the traditional lumpia, a fried and filled roll widely enjoyed in the Philippines. At Hales’ kitchen, the snacks come stuffed with shrimp, green beans, sautéed onions, and juicy shredded pork, made tender to the touch by nearly 40 hours of roasting.

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Sun - Thu:
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
11:30 am - 11:00 pm