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Jefrox Adobo is everything great about homemade Filipino food

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/ 10:15 AM September 20, 2023

Not your typical Filipino food, Jefrox Adobo in California is home-made with love

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While there’s more loss than gain during the height of the pandemic, one family from Riverside, California managed to make the best of the situation and turn an unfortunate event into a golden opportunity.

Microenterprise home kitchen Jefrox Adobo is the Filipino-American fusion brainchild of couple Jeffrey and Roxanne. In 2006, Jeffrey first moved to the US before his family of six followed three years later. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, they both lost their jobs as caregivers, which resulted in them applying for a microenterprise home kitchen license.

With license in hand, the couple were ready to share their home-cooked creations with the world.

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A fusion fiesta

As any Filipino American knows, adobo is a beloved home staple. But Jefrox Adobo doesn’t just serve your regular adobo—their versions are a blend of Filipino, American, and other cultural flavors.

The best part? It won’t break the bank. You can enjoy their vegan adobo or vegan sisig for just $7. But don’t miss out on another masterpiece: The beef stir-fry noodles, known as the “drunken noodles,” it’s a combination of freshly made noodles, Asian spices, marinated tender beef topped with bokchoy, cilantro, and green onions.

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The family-owned food business also boasts fluffy, moist, and spicy pork buns, flavorful pork adobo rice with pork belly, and beef soup. Craving lumpia? They also offer pork and shrimp egg rolls with a sweet and sour sauce on the side.

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With a stellar 4.6 rating on Yelp, their customers are proof of their sumptuous meals. One reviewer chimes, “Jefrox Adobo definitely gets a solid 5 stars from me! Their spicy beef noodle, pancit, chicken skewers, and taro bun are all top-notch.”

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How to get your Jefrox Adobo fix

For now though, these food gems are only available via delivery or curbside pickup. But Jeffrey and Roxanne one day dreams of having their own restaurant, as mentioned by content creator BeLocal Riverside.

In this world of wallet-draining restaurants, Jefrox Adobo is a beacon of affordability. Plus, by ordering their food, you’re also supporting a family-owned business and fellow Filipinos—a win-win for your palates and Pinoy heritage.

Follow them on Instagram to place your order. They’re open Mondays to Fridays except Wednesdays and weekends from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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