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There’s often a lineup during prime time at this popular cafeteria-style Filipino restaurant, and for good reason: Josephine’s budget-conscious combination plate is a remarkable bargain. For $8.25, you get a palate-awakening bowl of sinigang na baka (short-rib soup with tomato and onion base) and rice, together with two entrées of your choice. Try the lechon paksiw, a sweet and sour stew of roasted pork slow-simmered in vinegar, soy, and lechon sauce. For dessert: creamy cassava cake.

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