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Filipino-Flavored Rice Bowls Are The Market’s Newest Lunch Option

See the menu for Manila Bowl, opening Monday

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The Market has been upping its fast casual game over the last few months — recent openings include Doughnut Dolly, Poke Bar, The Organic Coup, Slice House, and more — adding new brands every month toward its goal of 20 vendors. Monday’s turn is Manila Bowl, a Filipino rice bowl purveyor from two New York City restaurateurs.

Aris Tuazon and Jim Harvey Sy (Ugly Kitchen, Claw Daddy’s) created a craveable menu of rice, quinoa, and salad bowls with various Filipino-flavored toppings, including crispy lechon porchetta, adobo dry rub beef brisket, and boneless chicken adobo. If you’ve gone to Chipotle, then you know the deal of picking your base, meat, and toppings. It’s a slim menu, but one with lots of possible combinations for the worker bees. You can see the full menu below.

Manila Bowl opens in The Market on Monday, February 13 and will be open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The Market

1355 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 767-5130

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