Filipino in St. Louis

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    Guerrilla Street Food
    That Guerrilla Street Food is a truck might be the least interesting fact about it. From their mobile kitchen, Brian Hardesty and Joel Crespo serve delicious, inventive Filipino fare of a sort rarely (if ever) seen in St. Louis. The signature dish — the “Flying Pig” — is the standout: tender slow-roasted pork with chiles, sriracha sauce and calamansi (a lime-like citrus fruit), all served over rice and topped decadently with an egg cooked for an hour in a sous-vide bath. A limited menu, but impeccably fresh ingredients at a very fair price.
    Midland Wok
    Hidden in a tiny storefront - sandwiched between a Mexican grocery store and a doughnut shop - in an Overland strip mall, Midland Wok is a no-frills restaurant offering tasty Vietnamese cuisine. The traditional beef-noodle soup pho is very good here and available in many different versions. For a change of pace from the usual thinly sliced steak, try the richly flavored and meltingly tender oxtail in the pho duoi bo. The #26 soup, banh canh gio heo, with pigs' feet and giant noodles is a standout: The clear broth is what the essence of pork tastes like.

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