Housed in an former Taco Bell, the bright, no-frills Kabayan Grill in East Meadow joins the handful of Filipino eateries on Long Island offering staples such as lechon, sisig, lumpia and siningang.
Sizzling sisig pork, a mixture of chopped pork jowl, ear and shoulder with hot pepper, lemon and scallions, at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Kabayan Grill serves authentic Fillipino cuisine in East Meadow.
Diners tuck into Filipino dishes inside the cozy dining room of Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Patrons can choose prepared foods, rices and barbecued meats displayed on a steam table at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Ginisang Ampalaya, a stir-fry of bitter melon with shrimp, tomato and egg, has a light and unusual touch at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
At Kabayan Grill in East Meadow, skewered pork is marinated in soy and garlic before being grilled. Have it with a side of garlic-flecked rice.
A spritz of garlic-vinegar sauce brings crispy, chewy chicharon bulaklak, aka deep-fried pork intestines, to life at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Tortang Talong, a thin, velvety eggplant omelet topped with scallions, at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Lechon Kawali, or deep-fried pork belly, is crispy on top and fatty underneath at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.
Bulalo, a beef shank soup served with the bone and marrow with vegetables, at Kabayan Grill in East Meadow.