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Filipino Take-Out at the Golden Village Supermarket in Scarsdale

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winoandthedino Jun 17, 2010 11:16 AM

Had some time today, so I was eating my way through some ethnic markets and noticed that Golden Village had a pretty sizable selection of Filipino dishes in little take-out containers. I was wondering if anybody had tried it out. I was hoping to buying some, but the line at the check-out was ridiculous - a dozen customers with loads of stuff and one cranky woman yelling into a phone at the register....probably at the employee who didn't show up to work the other register.

In case you were wondering, here's what they had...courtesy of my digital camera.

Bistek ($6.99)
Ginisang Mongo ($3.99)
Adobong Pusit ($6.50)
Binagoongan ($5.50)
Kalderetang Kambing ($6.45)
Binagoongan ($5.50)
Pork Embotido ($7.50)
Chicken Embotido ($7.50)
Chicken Curry ($5.39)
Pork Asado ($5.39)
Bicol Express ($5.39)
Menudo ($5.39)
Pinakbet ($5.99)
Kalderetang Baka ($6.99)
Ginataang Mais ($3.50)
Ginataang Mongo ($3.50)
Sisig ($7.25)
Chicken Pochero ($5.85)
Fried Baby Milkfish ($7.95)
Suman Sa Lihiya ($2.99)

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Golden Village
365 Central Park Ave Ste 6, Scarsdale, NY 10583

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    RawTunaFan Jun 17, 2010 11:20 AM

    Sounds yummy...too bad Filipino food is best when freshly fried, dripping with grease!

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      tinery Jun 17, 2010 04:26 PM

      depends what food you're talking about- lumpia is only good fresh, but pretty much everything else is stewlike and tastes better as leftovers. speaking of which, how do they not have pork or chicken adobo??

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        winoandthedino Jun 18, 2010 06:07 AM

        I could have just missed the adobo - I'll have to look through my pictures. Thanks for the advice though. I'll go try it out at some point and hope I pick a few winners.

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