Many restaurants get their start because someone in the family is really good at cooking, and that's exactly the case for a family owned Filipino restaurant in Queens. Maribeth Roa and her brother Miguel Roa named their restaurant, Papa's Kitchen, for their father. He's an engineer, with a passion for cooking, and Miguel shares his passion and recipes. Papa's Kitchen first opened in Woodside, but when they outgrew their space last year, they moved to 83rd Street in Jackson Heights. The restaurant serves many classics, like Kare Kare, Milk Fish and Chicken Adobo. Some dishes, like the Caldereta are slightly different, and they use goat instead of the more typical beef.
via ABC 7
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