The KING of Filipino Food in Los Angeles is Spoon & Pork

 The KING of Filipino Food in Los Angeles is Spoon & Pork



This week we explore Filipino food in Los Angeles at the highly-acclaimed restaurant Spoon & Pork. To Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and Michelin Guide, Spoon & Pork is beloved for its modern cuisine. Whether it’s the perfectly fried pork shank or the insanely addicting beef tapa if you are on the hunt for a new place to eat in Los Angeles…look no further.

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Timecodes
00:00- Intro
00:51- Spoon & Pork Story
03:21- S&P Montage
04:08 – Like & Subscribe
04:33- Adobo Pork Belly
06:05- Mushrooms Salpicao
07:29- Beef Tapas
09:16- Patita
11:21- Short Rib Kare Kare
12:51- Outro

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25 Comments

  • This is by far… the most high quality food vlog that I've ever seen! Production and editing wise? A chef's kiss! ✨😘👌 New sub here. Love from the 🇵🇭! Way to go buddy! More Pinoy foods to taste. 🤤😋

  • Yummers

  • TAPSILOG means TAPA or the beef, SINANGANG or the fried rice and ITLOG is the egg.

  • Just had to subscribe based on how he present this video. Really appreciate your team's videography work on this. More power!

  • FILIPINO! FILIPINO!

  • Great production quality, really underrated like Filipino dishes. What a combo. You deserve more man

  • Very high quality vlog. Wow

  • Hi b. Hopefully you can come over here in the Philippines and try the whole roasted Pig. Roasted over fire is the best. Then if you're down go to Spain and try roasted Pig in the oldest restaurant in the world, btw the chef in charge on checking the roasted pigs condition in that Spanish restaurant is from the Philippines.

    But seriously b. Hope you can over to the Philippines. Anywhere in the Philippines we have our own take on Adobo (like they said in your video, true story) and even roasted 🐷!

  • yo tapsilog is
    tapa
    sinangag (fried garlic rice)
    itlog (egg, usually fried)

  • subbed. great channel but just some constructive criticism, the music n the sfx aint level with the dialogue. dialogue is a lil weak, so that makes me turn shit up, but when the sfx n music comes in, they come in real loud.

    level the dialogue with the sfx

  • awesome videeo quality man! only thing is audio is too low

  • Bring home the "Lumpiang Shanghai" bro… You gotta love it

  • Cinematography: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
    Editing: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
    Production: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

    This is some quality content bro.

  • I've become a fan

  • Uncle Roger will approve… Hiyyyaa

  • What a great video. From the presentation to the no cussing. 🤣 watched the whole video keep up the awesome work

  • I’m going to try this place when I visit L.A. again. As a half filipino that grew up in the Philippines, I’m honestly tired of eating the usual filipino dishes. It’s just so common there. However with the way these guys plate and prepare their filipino dishes, I’m very excited to give it another try. Thanks for sharing this story with everyone. Mabuhay!

  • MABUHAY MGA KABABAYAN,, PHIL, PROUD OF YOU,,,

  • Beef Salpicao with Mushrooms is my favorite.

  • this is one month ago and damn the production for this video brings goosebumps to me. and after I saw the sub count being only 4k… ONLY 4K?!!?!?! COME ON MAAAAAN YOU DESERVE MOREEE!!! I just subbed, thank you for featuring filipino food.

  • It is not "over 400 years" it's over 300 years only.

  • I'm waiting for your own BIG SCREEN hit. This is a really nice production you got here.

  • I live in LA . I will go there and surely will try Patita. Looks delicious ❤

  • fire

  • I AM HERE BEFORE A MILLION SUBSCRIBERS

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