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Philippine Restaurant Atlanta Lasang Pinoy
by: Loi Perez

One of the greatest things about living in Atlanta area is the simple fact of its diverse population. Several individuals are constantly shopping at numerous Asian markets in the area as well as purchasing everything from orange juice and eggs up to Asian staples such as rice, packaged ramen and a variant of unique Asian snacks. In Atlanta, there is a large Filipino community; however, there are only few Philippine restaurant Atlanta and some busy Filipino caterer also that some people remember. If you want to have a hankering for the food of the Philippines, you can have several best options in this place.

When you talk about the traditional Filipino food, we are definitely talking about adobo. This is considered as the Philippine national dish, cooked using vinegar, soy sauce as well as other indigenous ingredients. The superb taste is delicious particularly the thick sauce that will really enjoy the taste when mixed with rice. Other specialties being served are adobo prawns, stir fried veggies, pork apretada, coconut rice and more. When it comes to flavorful soups, the Filipino dishes are also amongst the best such as sinigang na hipon (the soup is made of tamarind extract), pork nilaga or beef nilaga.

In addition, a also offers their customers a taste of their seafood specialties such as guinataang hipon (shrimps in coconut milk) that will truly amaze you because of the exquisite taste; kilawin na isda or kinilaw and inihihaw na pusit (grilled squid). Moreover, for those who have no idea yet, always remember that the best and healthy grilled dishes are always the seafood by making sure that the seafood are fresh to start with.

Philippine cuisine has the components of Southeast Asian, Chinese as well as Spanish influence evened in one. Although it may not be practical for everybody, yet it is a change of pace for people who will have an opportunity to eat Filipino cuisines. It is the best way to spend long break, eating fresh and delicious food prepared by Filipino experts!

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