I’m counting down the 100 best dishes I tasted in 2016…

Filipino newcomer House of Inasal had the end and the beginning of the meal figured out. You must start your feast with these Filipino street food staples. Tiny quail eggs are battered and fried and served with a vinegar dipping sauce that cuts the richness. They pop in your mouth to reveal a tender eggy exterior. So addicting. Price: $3.50
HOUSE OF INASAL
65-14 Roosevelt Avenue (between 65th Place and 67th Street),
Woodside, Queens
(718) 429-0709
houseofinasal.com
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Brian Hoffman is a classically trained actor who is now a full-time tour guide, blogger, and food obsessive. He leads food and drink tours around New York City, which not only introduce tour-goers to delicious food, but gives them a historical context. He also writes food articles for Gothamist and Midtown Lunch in addition to overseeing this blog and a few food video series, including Eat This, Locals Know, and Around the World in One City.

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