Eater San Diego: Filipino Food Lands at Liberty Public Market

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A fast-casual conception serving Filipino classics has arrived astatine Liberty Public Market astatine Liberty Station. Eater San Diego has the scoop connected that caller spot, positive different apical stories of the week from our section nutrient and portion scene.

White Rice Launches Inside Liberty Public Market
Local cook Phillip Esteban, who already runs a ramen store wrong Liberty Public Market astatine Liberty Station, has conscionable debuted a caller stall serving Filipino silong, oregon atom bowls. Called White Rice, the spot tops its atom bowls with everything from crispy pork belly to barbecue chickenhearted skewers. Also connected the menu: accepted snacks similar ube pandesal and lumpia Shanghai.

Esteban – a National City autochthonal who has besides appeared connected “Chopped” connected the Food Network – was a impermanent connected our Scene successful San Diego podcast past autumn and talked with america astir his galore section culinary projects. Esteban is besides portion of the squad down Open Gym, a section radical that runs Craft Meals Catering, focused connected making a affirmative interaction successful San Diego done locally sourced food. He’s been teaming up with Pete Halmay – manager of San Diego’s Tuna Harbor Dockside Market – to marque his ngo happen.

You tin drawback Esteban’s communicative connected our Scene successful San Diego podcast here oregon by scrolling down to his occurrence successful the subordinate beneath ("Sink oregon Swim," Sept. 2020).

Listen/subscribe to the Scene successful San Diego podcast to get the latest section manner stories and quality from our section nutrient and portion scene. As we proceed to set to beingness successful the coronavirus pandemic (and now, moving hopefully beyond it), the mode we bask our metropolis has changed. We’ll support you up to velocity connected however those changes interaction the things you emotion to bash successful our city. Tap present to find Scene successful San Diego wherever you perceive to podcasts.

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Candice Woo is the founding exertion of Eater San Diego, a starring root for quality astir San Diego’s edifice and barroom scene. Keep up with the latest Eater San Diego contented via Facebook or Twitter, and motion up for Eater San Diego’s newsletter here.

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