Filipino dishes prepared at Bistro 7107 in Arlington Va., include: clockwise from top, dinuguan, pork belly and ears in blood sauce; the vegetable and shrimp fritter ukoy; kare kare, an oxtail dish in peanut sauce; sisig, spicy pork belly and ears; and crispy pata, pork leg with soy-vinegar sauce.
Filipino dishes prepared at Bistro 7107 in Arlington Va., include: clockwise from top, dinuguan, pork belly and ears in blood sauce; the vegetable and shrimp fritter ukoy; kare kare, an oxtail dish in peanut sauce; sisig, spicy pork belly and ears; and crispy pata, pork leg with soy-vinegar sauce. April Greer THE WASHINGTON POST
Filipino dishes prepared at Bistro 7107 in Arlington Va., include: clockwise from top, dinuguan, pork belly and ears in blood sauce; the vegetable and shrimp fritter ukoy; kare kare, an oxtail dish in peanut sauce; sisig, spicy pork belly and ears; and crispy pata, pork leg with soy-vinegar sauce. April Greer THE WASHINGTON POST

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