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Filipino cuisine deserves more attention than it’s been given, but thankfully, Pinoy food’s rise to prominence is well underway in L.A, from the South Bay to the San Gabriel Valley. The crunch of lumpia, the crackle of lechon, the thick, peanut-tinged aroma of kare-kare stew—once tried, it’s hard to forget the flavor of the Philippines. Whether you want to sample what L.A.’s innovators are cooking up at a Downtown stand or check out a traditional turo-turo (“point-point” joint), here’s where to find the city’s best Filipino cuisine, from Artesia to West Covina and back again.